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ALUMNI CANTABRIGIENSES 

A BIOGRAPHICAL LIST OF ALL KNOWN STUDENTS, GRADUATES 

AND HOLDERS OF OFFICE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, 

FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO 1900 

COMPILED BY 

JOHN VENN, Sc.D., F.R.S., F.S.A., 

PRESIDENT OF GONVILLB AND CAIUS COLLEGE 

AND 

J. A. VENN, M.A., . 

GILBEY LECTURER IN THE HISTORY AND 
ECONOMICS OF AGRICULTURE 



PART I 

FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO 175 1 

VOLUME I 
ABBAS— CUTTS 



CAMBRIDGE 

AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS 

1922 



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PREFACE 






A WORK with the above title will provoke inevitable comparison with its predeces- 
. sor — the Alumni Oxontenses — and enquiry will reasonably be made as to how it 
stands, in respect of range and of copiousness of information, when compared with 
that well-known work. It is, we hope, no indication of a grudging spirit, if we begin 
by insisting on the fact that the difficulties which Mr Joseph Foster encountered, great 
as they were, are small in comparison with those which confronted us. It is a bare 
statement of fact to say that we had to undertake four or five years of work before 
reaching his starting point. As is well known, Colonel Lemuel Chester, the American 
genealogist, amongst his numerous and extensive collections, made or procured a 
complete transcript of the Oxford matriculations. Mr Foster bought this, after Col. 
Chester's death, and used it as the basis of his work. Now the Oxford matriculation 
records, unlike those of Cambridge, give, as a rule, the parentage and birth-place of 
the student. This list was, therefore, sufficient for his purpose. He was under no 
necessity of going behind, or beside, it, by consulting the College Admission Registers. 
As regards this part of his work he started with his materials at hand, fully prepared. 

A very different experience awaited the Cambridge undertaking. In the first place 
the original records of matriculation had to be carefully examined from the commence- 
ment in 1544. They had never been transcribed, or even indexed, until Mr Stonebridge, 
the chief clerk at the Registry, undertook the work of compiling a preliminary list. 
This, of course, had to be verified by comparison with the originals. But more than 
this, owing to the scantiness of the Cambridge matriculation records, we found it 
occasionally necessary to appeal to the College registers for information. On doing 
this, we found, to our surprise, that the cases were very numerous in which a student 
duly entered at a College had nevertheless neglected the statutory duty of matricula- 
tion. This of course involved the obligation of working through all the sixteen College 
Admission Registers. It was well worth the trouble, not only for the number, but 
also for what may be called the quality, of the names thus added, as the omissions are 
largely found in the case of youths of social or political importance. Such men generally 
entered as fellow-commoners, and, as they did not contemplate proceeding to a degree, 
they often neglected to matriculate. The monumental instance in point, here, is that 
of Oliver Cromwell. He was duly admitted at Sidney, April 23, 161 6, and resided 
for a year; but, as he neither matriculated nor graduated, the University, as such, 
entirely ignores his presence. 

The number of names thus recovered is large. We reckoned that some 3000 in all 
were obtained from College sources, and added to the list of those academically 
matriculated, between 1544 and 1659 alone. The results of our labours, so far, were 
published, in 1913, in the Matriculations and Degrees, 1544-1659. 

Unless a very different state of things existed at Oxford, which we have no reason 
to suppose, the number of Oxonians given by Foster must be seriously defective, since it 
rests almost entirely on the matriculation lists. We may therefore fairly claim that, 
if we have had a heavier task, we have, in return, obtained a much more complete list 
than that of the sister University. 

The foregoing remarks apply only to that comparatively later part of University 
history which starts with the commencement of the matriculations in 1544. But, as 

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the title indicates, the scope of our work is considerably more extensive than this. 
We have ventured to set before us a much more ambitious aim. This is, in fact, no 
less than that of obtaining a complete Roll-call, or list, of all the members of our 
University from the earliest date — ^whatever that date may be, in the thirteenth 
century. No such attempt has ever yet been made, we presume, on behalf of any 
ancient University; and no such attempt can, we feel sure, from the nature of the 
case, ever approximate to complete success. Foster's Alumni does not commence until 
1500, and there are not many names in his work between that date and 1570; these 
being mostly taken from the Degree lists and Wood's Athenae. Our earUest recover- 
able students date from 1261. 

UNIVERSITY RECORDS 

Some account^ must now be given of the various records from which our know- 
ledge of the University career of the students is drawn, as these are but little understood 
outside. 

I . The Matriculation Register. By a statute of 1 544 every student was required 
to matriculate on his entrance to the University. This was on the occasion of his taking 
the oath of fidelity to his Alma Mater, a ceremony presumably of very ancient origin, 
if not coeval with the foundation of the University, though no earlier records of the 
ceremony are preserved. The only exception was in the case of those under 14, who 
were supposed not to comprehend the nature of their obligation. They are distinguished 
by the term imptibes. 

As this is the only official record of membership, it ought to be complete and trust- 
worthy. Unfortunately it is neither the one nor the other. Very many names of students 
who undoubtedly came into residence are omitted altogether. Indeed one negligent 
Registrary has emphasized his term of office (1590-1601) by failing to record any 
matriculations at all. 

The formalities by which the matriculation was effected differ from those now in 
vogue. At the present day the freshmen all attend in person at the Senate House, and 
there sign their names, before the Vice- Chancellor. In olden times, when the students 
were mostly boys, their names were sent in to the Registrary by iht prelectors — College 
officers with some of the duties of a tutor — and these were copied into the official books 
by the Registrary or his clerk. Fortunately most of these prelectors' lists have been 
preserved in their original form, so that we have been able to correct, and supplement 
deficiencies, by comparison with them. But the consequent labour has been heavy, 
as the prelectors scribbled their lists, often almost illegibly, on shabby little scraps of 
paper, and the blunders of the copying clerk are numerous, and sometimes almost 
incredible in their carelessness. Some examples of the consequent results will be 
found further on. 

II. Degree Lists. It mi^t naturally- be supposed that as the conferring of 
degrees is the principal corporate act of a University, the records of these acts would 
be fairly complete from the first. Unfortunately this is very far from being the case. 
For nearly the first two centuries our history, in this respect, is a blank. We can 
find nothing but a casual reference, here and there — in a bishop's register, on a 
monument, in a deed, in the Calendar of Papal Letters, and so forth — ^that the man 
in question was a graduate. 

^ This account of the University Records is largely re-written from that given in the Introduction 
to the Matriculations and Degreesy 1544-1619. 



UNIVERSITY RECORDS vii 

I. Our continuous records commence with the Grace Books. These exist from 
1454^ to the present day. The first four volumes, labelled A, B, F, A, have been pub- 
lished in the Luard Memorial Series. They cover the period 1454-1588. 

These books contain two distinct classes of records. There are the 'Proctors* 
accounts,' or returns of the fees paid and received for every kind of University work; 
and there are the official acts of the University in the way of conferring degrees and 
appointments, of public notices, addresses, and so forth. The two series naturally to 
some extent cover the same ground; and in the first volume (A) they are mingled 
together. B and F, respectively, contain the two series separately, and therefore much 
of their information is given twice over. A, and its successors, report only the cor- 
porate acts of the University. As in all such documents, there are many omissions ; 
that is, in a number of cases' where the University is recorded as having conferred 
a degree the proctors have no entry of any fee being paid, or of any ' caution * (i.e. pledge) 
for the performance of the necessary acts having been deposited. And conversely the 
proctors often record such payments and deposits when the University has failed to 
record a degree. For the purposes of this work, where brevity is necessary, we have 
made no distinction here. We have regarded either sort of entry as practical proof that 
the degree was conferred. 

But, besides the Grace Books, we have two other sources of information as to the 
degrees conferred. 

2. The Ordo Senioritatis. Cambridge used to boast, until a few years ago, of 
being one of the only two^ Universities in the world which possessed a really ancient 
'Honours Examination List.* This was the famous Mathematical Tripos. In its later 
stage it was a very rigorous and impartial test of intellectual capacity. It must have 
acted as a powerful stimulus, at a time when exertion in general was slackening; and 
many a hard-headed youth from the north of England who came to College with little 
classical or literary culture, found, in the 'Tripos,' full scope for his native powers. 
A long list of Judges and other famous men might be compiled from amongst the 
'high wranglers.* 

But in its origin — ^the first extant list is in 149 1 — it is simply what its unvarying 
title implies. It was an 'order of seniority.* In a place where many men were in 
constant intercourse, and had to take part in processions, compete for appointments, 
and so forth, some recognized principle of seniority was desirable. What were the 
grounds on which the arrangement was originally made, it is now impossible to say. 
In many cases priority was certainly granted to social position : the fellow-commoner, 
or young man of family, often stands first. In other cases, as in that of Dr John Caius, 
in 1530, it looks as if intellectual pre-eminence was the determining cause. A short 
account of the gradual evolution of the ancient Ordo into the later Tripos is given in 
the introduction to Grace Book A. It is sufficient to say here that it supplies a second 
list which can be used to supplement the list derived from the graces for degrees. 

3. The Supplicats. But there is a third list to be considered. Before a grace for 

* As a matter of fact the 'Proctors' Accounts' are preserved from a slightly earlier date. It is a 
pity that these were not included when volume A was published. We have inserted the information 
they yield as to degrees. 

* The other was the old Catholic University of Louvain destroyed, during the French Revolution, 
in 1794. The arrangement of the lists, in this case, seems to have been governed, from the first, in ac- 
cordance with the intellectual merits of the candidates. It was really an order of merit. The reason for 
regarding the old Cambridge ' ordo senioritatis' as having been abolished in 1909 is that in that year the 
arrangement in individual order — the one constant characteristic all through — was abandoned, and the 
men grouped in classes. 



viii PREFACE 

a degree could be passed, the University required a testimonial from the College 
authorities that the candidate had kept the requisite number of terms, and was other- 
wise duly qualified. This, which was signed by the College prelector, took the form 
of a 'request' for the degree. Hence the name of 'suppltcat.' As a rule there is no 
need to appeal to these supplicats (they are generally preserved from the latter part 
of the sixteenth century). But in years where the degrees are omitted — as happens 
occasionally — they become important. As a matter of precaution we have consulted 
them throughout. 

COLLEGE RECORDS 

So much for the principal University records. But, as already intimated, these 
give no personal information, beyond the very vague suggestion as to social status, 
afforded by the fact of matriculation as fellow-commoner, pensioner, or sizar. It is 
from the College Admission Registers, exclusively, that we can obtain such facts as 
parentage, birth-place, age, school, and so forth. A fairly full account is given in the 
Matriculations and Degrees^ of the dates of conunencement and fulness of information 
afforded by these registers. But enquiries are so often made on this subject, from those 
outside, that it will be well to give a brief summary. We have to thank the respective 
authorities for permission to publish the contents of these registers, including some 
already printed. In the case of the four Colleges which have published their registers 
with biographical details we have, of course, only summarized the information afforded, 
and acknowledged it under each entry. 

(i) Peterhouse. Commences in 1617, and records, from about 1635, the parent- 
age and place of education, in many cases. It was published, with many 
biographical details, by Dr T. A. Walker, in 1912. 

(2) Clare. Commences 1631. Personal details seldom given before 1665. 

(3) Pembroke. Commences 161 6. Fairly complete information given as to birth- 
place and parentage. 

(4) Gonville and Caius. Much the best of the series. Commences 1560, and 
contains, throughout, unusually full information. Published, in three volumes, 
1897. 

(5) Trinity Hall. Very late and meagre. Conmiences 1692, and contains hardly 
any facts. 

(6) Corpus Christi. The actual register is late and meagre. But Robert Masters, 
fellow and historian of the college, collected, from various college records, 
the names of all the students whom he could discover from the foundation 
in 1352. These are printed, with some biographical notes, in his History 
of the College, published 1753: reprinted with additions by Dr Lamb, in 
1831. 

(7) King's. As is well known, the foundation scholars and fellows, until 1865, 
were confined to those on the Eton foundation. Of these there is a complete 
list in Harwood's Alumni Etonenses, from 1441 to 1797. By the kindness of 
Mr R. A. Austen-Leigh, we have been able to add, in many cases, the age, 
parentage and birth-place, taken from the books at Eton. But besides the 
Etonians, there were always some outsiders; fellow-commoners, pensioners 
and sizars. These have been added, partly from the matriculations, and 
partly through the researches of Mr F. L. Clarke, of the bursar's office. 

(8) Queens*. The names and county origin, but nothing more, are given, 
generally speaking, from 1569. 



COLLEGE RECORDS ix 

(9) St Catharine's. Commences about 1627; but is scarcely more than a list 
of names, 
(ro) Jesus. Commences 1618. Gives at first only the name and county origin. 
Fuller information does not occur till much later. 

(11) Christ's. Commences 1622. Gives, in most cases, full particulars. It was 
published in tvvo volumes by Dr Peile in 1913. He not only gives full bio- 
graphical details of all the students whom he could identify, but also gives 
similar information about all known members of the College from the 
foundation in 1503. 

(12) St John's, Commences 1630. Gives full information as to the students. The 
publication of this register, with biographical details, was commenced by 
Professor J. E. B. Mayor, and continued by Mr R,. F. Scott, the present 
master. 

(13) Magdalene. Commences 1646. Information fairly full. 

(14) Trinity. Commences 1635. Records at first only the name of the student. 
After 1682 the usual fuller particulars are mostly given. This has been 
printed in four volumes, but without any information beyond what is given 
in the register. It should be noticed that the first volume contains the names 
of students of King's Hall (one of the earlier foundations incorporated into 
Trinity, in 1546) from its commencement or rather from the first appearance 
of the 'King's Scholars' in 13 17. This is far the earliest continuous list of 
scholars in existence. The accident of its preservation is due to the fact that 
the payments for their support were made out of the Exchequer, from 
the records of which they were extracted by Mr A. E. Stamp. 

(15) Emmanuel. The names of the students are recorded from the foundation 
of the College in 1584. But unfortunately no personal details are given 
beyond an occasional mention of the county origin. 

(16) Sidney Sussex. Commences, with the foundation, in 1598. At first little 
more than the name is recorded; but from 16 19 onwards it becomes much 
fuller. Next to that of Caius, it is the best of the series. 

These remarks apply to College records ; but there is one serious omission which, 
in all likelihood, will never be made good. It is that of the ancient Hostels or Boarding 
houses. That these institutions, like every other corporation or common gathering 
place of men, must have possessed account books is fairly certain. And it is almost 
equally certain that these accounts must have contained the names of the students, 
and the sums due from them. Take, for example, Physwick Hostel, which was attached 
to Gonville Hall for nearly 200 years. It was far more populous than the Hall, and 
though it may not have bred professional theologians to rank with the bishops and 
other dignitaries who adorned the predominant partner, it probably ranked higher 
in social distinction. This we know indeed to have been generally the case with the 
Hostels, the Colleges being by comparison frequented by the poor and industrious 
students. Many a younger son of the knights and squires of Norfolk and Suffolk must 
have been enrolled for a year or two in Physwick Hostel, but their names can never 
be recovered. And this house was but one of many in Cambridge. They died out 
rather suddenly towards the middle of the sixteenth century, two or three of them just 
surviving long enough to appear in the earliest matriculations from 1544. But, so far 
as is known, no trace of any Admission Register, or other contemporary record, of 
any one of them has ever turned up in Cambridge or elsewhere. 



X PREFACE 

EPISCOPAL AND OTHER RECORDS 

So far we have been concerned with what may be called the continuous records of 
the University and the various Colleges. But these do not carry us back beyond, gener- 
ally speaking, the middle of the fifteenth century. For the recovery of earlier names 
we are dependent upon various and casual sources of information. We can only mention 
a few of these. 

1 . Episcopal Registers. In the lists of ordinations which these generally contain, 
the names of early fellows have been found, definitely assigned to a college or identi- 
fiable by a degree. But the number of such is not large. The vast majority of ordina- 
tions in which any reference is made to the qualifications of the candidates refer to 
the monasteries. The candidates were either monks, or clerks selected by the monastery 
to act as curates of the churches which they held as rectors. Their 'title' is stated to 
be the monastery. The * Canterbury and York Society ' has commenced the publication 
of a number of the early Episcopal Registers ; and as these are proceeded with much 
information may be expected that will be of interest for University history. 

Not unnaturally the case of Ely is exceptional. From the earliest date the fellows 
of Peterhouse were appointed by the bishop, on the nomination of the College, and 
of course their names are duly recorded in the registers. In the case of Gonville Hall 
and Trinity Hall, similar information should have been obtainable at Norwich; since, 
by the statutes of William Bateman, annual returns were made, both to the bishop 
and to the dean and chapter, of every vacancy and appointment. These returns must 
have dated from 1350. But unfortunately the authorities in question seem to have 
kept a coeval waste-paper basket, for, after careful enquiry, it cannot be found that 
any trace of such records is now in existence. 

Another class of information in the Episcopal Registers is interesting, and may 
prove valuable as more registers are printed. This consists in the occasional licences 
granted by the bishop to allow a clerk to leave his parish, for a specified period, for the 
purpose of study at the University. For instance, Thomas Aylward, Vicar of Havant, 
obtained such leave for 5 years, in 1405. 

2. College records or account books. These are the most important sources 
of information for the recovery of very early names. But the work of searching them 
is laborious, and so far, we believe, only two or three of the muniment rooms have been 
systematically examined for this particular purpose. To indicate the kind of material 
that may be thus obtained, take the case of Gonville and Caius College. The Computus 
Books, or Bursars' accounts, commence in 1423, and continue, with occasional gaps, 
to the present day. They yield, directly or indirectly, the names of the fellows and 
indicate the commencement and termination of their tenure. Similarly with the 
scholars and others on the foundation. Another series of books, now perfect from 1581, 
gives the names, stipends, and length of residence, of all those who held scholarships. 
A third set, called Absence Books, records for many years the exact dates of arrival in 
College, and departure, of every one on the foundation. Thus it was found possible 
to furnish an enquirer with the exact amount of residence kept by William Harvey, 
the great physiologist, during his college career, viz. from 1593 to 1600. 

But the most interesting lists contained in these particular account books consist 
in those of the Pensionarii, viz. of the students who, not being on the foundation, paid 
a 'pension' or rent for their rooms; which was duly entered in the bursar's books. 
These lists, at Gonville and Caius College, commence about 1491. The following is 
the entry for Lady Day, 1513. 



EPISCOPAL AND OTHER RECORDS xi 

D° Humf. de la Pole debet xii^ xvi" vii**. 

M*^ Farwell debet xxx^. 

Doctor Wright xx*. 

M"^ Harman iii^ iy^. 

M' Repps, monachus, debet pro sua pensione i® viii«^. 

Monachi Norwicences debent xiiii^. 

D^ Belham debet iii* iv''. 

D^ Mayner debet iii^ iv^. 

D^ Brycotte debet iii^. 

M"^ Englysthe debet xxx*. 

M'^ Carman debet vi^ viii"^. 

M' Bolen debet vi* v'm^. 

M' Knyvet debet vi^ viii<*. 

Monachi de Lewes debent x^. 

D^ Atherole et D^ Crome debent pro 3 terminis x^. 

M' Aldrich debet v^. 

Some research, it need not be said, is required in order to identify these men, but 
what has been ascertained will be found under their names. Several of the monks 
who formed a large constituent element amongst these pensioners are mentioned in 
the Visitation of their monasteries by the Bishop, as well as by Dugdale, and elsewhere. 
It may be remarked that it is almost entirely due to this College entry that these students 
can be assigned to Gonville Hall, or, in the case of several, to the University in any 
way. When it is remembered that Gonville Hall was one of the smallest in Cambridge, 
and that probably most of the other colleges have similar material lying buried out of 
sight in their muniment rooms, it becomes plain that a vast amount of fresh informa- 
tion will some day come to light. 

Another clue to missing names was found by Dr Peile amongst the records at 
Christ's College. This was a list of allowances to sick scholars, viz. to those who were 
unable to take their meals in the common Hall. As these lists dated from a time prior 
to the Matriculations, they supply a number of names not to be found elsewhere. 

3. Miscellaneous public documents; Patent and Close Rolls, Papal 
Letters and so forth. These contain in the aggregate, a considerable mass of early 
information concerning appointments, pardons, indulgences, etc. Not a few of the 
names thus recorded refer to Cambridge graduates in days long before our earliest 
Grace Books. 

Of such miscellaneous records, strange to say, one of the earliest is found in a 
very unsuspected quarter, viz. in the Pleas of the Forest. At a court held at Huntingdon, 
July I, 1286, an enquiry was held as to infringement of the King's right to exclusive 
hunting in the 'warren of Cambridge,' i.e. in the extensive unenclosed lands around 
the town. A number of instances are cited of those who had hunted hares there 
when 'they were scholars at Cambridge.' 

Actually the earliest known brief list of scholars — also one of offenders who obtained 
the King's pardon — is printed in Fuller's History, p. 29. The names are those of 
'Southern' — i.e. south of the Trent — students who had taken part in a formidable 
riot against the Northerners, in 126 1. 

SOURCES OF PERSONAL HISTORY 

So much for the sources from which our approximate list of Cambridge students 
has been obtained. We have purposely been rather explicit in description, because 



xn PREFACE 

most of these records are but little known to historians in general. We must now say 
something about the various sources to which we have appealed for the purpose of 
identifying our students, that is, of determining their subsequent careers. 

Ordinations. Till very recent times the clerical career has always been the domi- 
nant one at our Universities. It is very important therefore to procure a list of the 
ordinands at the various diocesan registries. There are several reasons for this. In 
the first place, though the County Histories generally give the names and dates of 
institution to the livings, the identification of the incumbent is necessarily, in most 
cases, mere guess-work, as the age and degree are seldom assigned. Again, a large 
number of the clergy never obtained a living. Many of them died young ; others had 
to be content with curacies or domestic chaplaincies ; some went abroad. 

The help afforded by appeal to the Bishops' ^ ordinations is therefore obvious. For 
one thing, whereas an incumbent may be of any age from 23 upwards, the ordinand 
is almost invariably within a year or two of the canonical age. And, better still, from 
a date varying in the different dioceses, the college and degree of every applicant are 
assigned, and his signature recorded in the Subscription Books. In some cases, for 
instance in the early post-Reformation ordinations at London, the parentage and birth- 
place of the candidate are specified. 

It is much to be wished that we could have secured lists of ordinations of Cambridge 
men from every diocese. This has indeed been practically accomplished in the case 
of two Colleges, Christ's and Caius, but the labour and cost of such an undertaking 
for the whole University have proved quite insuperable. It must be remembered that 
besides the remuneration of the transcriber, fees are sometimes demanded which are 
practically prohibitive. Still we have succeeded — largely owing to the kind help of 
several beneficent local antiquaries, whose names are gratefully recorded later on — ^in 
securing the majority of the available ordinations of all the dioceses which principally 
concern our Cambridge students; viz. those of Ely, Lincoln, London, Norwich and 
Peterborough; with a considerable number from Carlisle, Durham, York and 
Rochester. The Western and Southern dioceses were, in early days, mainly Oxonian. 
On the whole, we reckon that these volumes contain, at a rough estimate, over 
10,000 ordinations, very few of which have yet appeared in print, except in the 
recent biographical histories of Caius, Christ's and St John's. 

Even after our own lists commence many new names are to be found in the Bishops' 
Registers. That is, the ordinands did not graduate or matriculate, nor do their names 
occur in the extant College registers. But the Bishop and his chaplains can hardly 
have been deceived on such a subject, so we have always included them. Similar 
remarks apply to the claim of an unsupported degree. Not unfrequently a candidate 
for orders is described as B.A. or M.A. when no such degree is recorded. There is 
no reason to suspect fraud here. The degree may have been conferred, and the Regis- 
trary have neglected to enter it in his books. But, more frequently what was meant 
is probably this: that the man had satisfied the requirements as to standing, etc., and 
had received the testamur from his College, but that owing to illness or absence had 
not been actually admitted to a degree by the University. 

As regards those ordained without a degree, it may be remarked that the current 
phrase, still in use, of * literate ' as applied to them is of old standing. An equivalent 

^ Till lately this help has been strangely neglected. When compiling the Caius College Biographical 
History, the editor enquired of one Diocesan registrar, who was something of an antiquary, as to 
the extent of such records in his diocese, and was informed that he did not suppose that they had any 
in existence prior to 1780. 



SOURCES OF PERSONAL HISTORY xiii 

phrase, in the Lincoln diocese, in Elizabethan times, was 'bred in the schools.' 
During the latter half of the sixteenth century many were thus ordained after a year 
or two of study at the University. 

Institutions to Livings. How are we to procure a list of Incumbents? The only 
really complete way of doing this is to appeal to the original authority, that is, to the 
Episcopal registers of the various dioceses. But this is a laborious process, and in 
some cases, owing to the demand for fees, an expensive^ one. Fortunately, however, 
in the case of the best County Histories, it has already been done for us. This method 
possesses several great advantages. In the first place, the Bishops' registers generally 
date from a very early period, far back in the fourteenth or even thirteenth century. 
Then, again, they commonly assign the University degree, if any, and state the cause 
of vacancy, whether by death, resignation, or deprivation, of the previous incumbent. 

But there is an alternative plan, and to those who have to work under commercial 
conditions, the only alternative plan. This is, to appeal to the First Fruity or Institu- 
tion Books, at the Public Record Office. These date from 1535, when Henry VIII 
appropriated the ' first-fruits ' paid to the Pope, on institution to a living. The main 
defect of these lists is their incompleteness. That some livings, of small value, were 
excused first-fruits is well known, but it does not seem to be realized what a large 
number, from one cause or another, escaped this tax. 

It was to these lists that Mr Foster appealed. He had a complete transcript made, 
arranged the names alphabetically, and then compared his results with the Oxford 
lists. His plan was, on the whole, very satisfactory, as those who have consulted his 
work will admit, and it was certainly economical. It was to this catalogue, compiled 
by Mr Foster, that we had fully expected to have access — it is still in private hands — 
but in this we have been disappointed. We have therefore had to take the more 
laborious course of consulting the various County Histories, and, where these failed, 
consulting the First-Fruit books at the Record Office, appealing to the kind help of 
local antiquaries, consulting parish and other topographical magazines, etc. 

The result on the whole is — as in the case of our total University membership list 
— that though we have had to undergo a very great and unexpected amount of labour, 
yet we have been rewarded by a correspondingly increased amount of valuable results. 
We may fairly claim that — at any rate so far as concerns the Eastern and Northern 
parts of England, which were the principal recruiting grounds for Cambridge — our 
identifications of University incumbents is decidedly more complete than are those 
of the Alumni Oxonienses. 

If it be asked what proof we have of the truth of our identifications, the answer 
must be frankly given — that it is to some extent guess-work. Of course practical 
certainty can be attained in many cases: the name may be a very peculiar one; the 
degree may be decisive; the birth-place, parentage, or patronage may give a useful 
clue. Above all, we have the assistance, in our case, of many thousands of recorded 
ordinations ; and we have the help (which Foster had not) of being able to compare 
our lists with those of the sister University. The reader will notice that we have em- 
ployed a graduated scale to indicate the degree of uncertainty in the doubtful cases — 
'one of these names,' 'perhaps,' 'probably.' To many enquirers any indications such 
as these will be of service. 

It may be pointed out here that there is a method available in the doubtful cases 
for those who are willing to take the trouble of employing it. In every diocese the 

* At one registry there was a charge of six shillings and eight pence an hour, and no relaxation 
was made for those whose object was purely historical or literary. 

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Bishop holds a Visitation from time to time, at which all his clergy are required to 
attend and exhibit their letters of orders. The results are, or should be, recorded in 
the Bishop's Register. Take this example. We find that one John Ward was appointed 
rector of Billockby, Norfolk, in 1673. So far as the name goes he might be anyone of 
a dozen at Cambridge or Oxford; or he might not have been at either University. 
It would hardly be worth while to mention him under the vague description, ' one 
of these names.' But the Visitation of 1677 states that he was ordained priest at 
Norwich, Jan. 5, 1672-3; the Bishop's Register states that this ordinand was B.A. 
of Jesus College; and the Jesus books give us his parentage and birth-place. Of 
course this elaborate enquiry is not always available: in many cases the requisite 
data are missing. But it is well to know that our ecclesiastical records — where they 
are extant — contain a clue to the puzzle. Even that elusive being, John Smith, can 
thus be securely gripped, if only the apparatus is in working order. 

Inns of Court. Until recent years, the clerical career accounts for much the larger 
proportion of our students, especially of those who graduated. Indeed it would hardly 
be too much to say that, during the seventeenth century, the odds are almost ten to 
one that a man who had proceeded to the M.A. degree either had taken, or eventually 
did take, holy orders. But many of the sons of the country gentry of course entertained 
no such prospect. Their typical career — following the precedent of Mr Justice Shallow 
and his friends — ^was to reside for a year or two at the University, and then to enter 
at one of the Inns of Court. Sometimes they became barristers and followed the legal 
profession, but, more often, their only object was to secure some qualification for the 
post of justice of the peace in their own county. We have had accordingly to search 
the admissions at the four London Inns. Those of Gray's Inn and Lincoln's Irm 
offer no difficulty, as they have been published; and there are, for the former, 
Mr Joseph Foster's commencement of an annotated list in his Collectanea, and 
those of the Inner Temple have been published down to 1660; for the later 
admissions we have to thank the great kindness of the Rev. T. C. Dale, of Clapham, 
who has searched the books for all the entries which concern Cambridge. For the 
Middle Temple, the librarian, Mr C. A. Bedwell, has kindly come to our help. He 
has examined the sheets as they were printed, corrected them, and supplied the names 
of those students whom we had not secured. 

Of course these are only admissions. It is much to be wished that there were some 
accessible list of those who were eventually called to the Bar, and therefore adopted 
the Law as a profession, so that the list of these might be complete. 

Probate Registries. In the volumes of the Record Society a large number of Calen- 
dars of early wills have been printed. These, together with those published by various 
local societies have been frequently consulted, and much information obtained. In 
particular, we must mention the vast assemblage in the Prerogative Court of Canter- 
bury, which commence in 1388. Thanks to the indefatigable kindness of Mr J. Chal- 
lenor Smith, late of Somerset House, we have been favoured with many references 
to, and extracts from, the wills in this and other collections. 

Naturally, for our purpose, one of the most useful of these Calendars is that of 
the Cambridge Vice-Chancellor's Court— summarily indicated in these volumes as 
* V.C.C.* This court had the supervision of the wills, not only of actual members of 
the University, but also of the various townsmen — college-servants, tradesmen, etc. — 
who were affiliated to the University. The earliest of the series now existent is dated 
1501 ; the latest 1765. They naturally contain much useful information, and they 



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occasionally supply names as to which we have no other record. Unfortunately, at the 
time of the reform of the Probate Registries in 1858, these wills were removed from 
their ancient and natural repository in the University Registry, and transferred, to- 
gether with those of Ely, to Peterborough. Many of the more important of these wills 
were transcribed or summarized by Thomas Baker, the antiquary, and are to be found 
amongst his MSS. at the British Museum or the Cambridge University Library. 
It may be remarked that this court is an ancient one. For instance the will of John 
Wulpit, preserved in the treasury of Queens' College, is described as proved in the 
Chancellor's Court, 1441. 

Specification of Schools. It is a valuable feature in several of the Cambridge 
College admission registers that the school at which the student was educated is 
mentioned, and in many cases the name of the master is recorded. In the case of the 
Caius register — much the earliest and best of those in existence — ^the inclusion of 
this information is due to the express enactment of John Caius himself. The result is 
that from 1560 onwards we have a mass of scholastic information which it is safe to 
say can be acquired from no other source in England. In the third volume of the 
Caius Biographical History will be found a list of about 1900 schoolmasters, drawn 
from the admissions to that College alone down to the year 1800. The value of this 
information is obvious, even in the case of the great historic schools of England, since 
few, if any, of these have a complete register of their early scholars. In the case of the 
second-rate schools such knowledge becomes still more important, as their history, in 
many cases, has never been written; sometimes the date of their foundation, and the 
names of most of their masters are unknown. 

Perhaps the most interesting fact which emerges from consideration of these data 
is the proof of the existence, three or more centuries ago, of many scores of schools 
scattered in villages and small towns all over England. We cannot, of course, assert 
that all these were * schools' in a technical sense ; that is, with a special building, some 
endowment, and a succession of masters. Some may have been the private venture of 
an individual, very likely the parson of the parish. But the fact remains that every 
boy, even in the remotest part of the country, could find a place of education in his 
own neighbourhood competent at any rate to fit him to enter College. In those days 
some fair knowledge of Latin was imperative. Whatever they learnt at their village 
seminary they must have come up prepared to hold their own, or at least to compete, 
with the boy from Bury St Edmunds or Norwich, from St Paul's or Merchant Taylors'. 

It would be an interesting enquiry for the local or parish historian to ascertain what 
has become of these various schools. Some, of course, through the luck of an adequate 
endowment, have risen to great things. Several of our now flourishing ' public schools,* 
do not appear — so far as University evidence afi"ords a clue — to have differed materially, 
two or three centuries ago, from a number of their now extinct or insignificant rivals. 
A small fixed or dwindling endowment has probably been the cause of decay of these 
latter. It is not at all unlikely that the change of popular sentiment which now so 
generally insists that the sons of the well-to-do shall be educated apart from those of 
the poor, in some big boarding school in the country, has cooperated here. It takes 
a large area to supply an adequate number of the former class. Which of the competing 
schools should be starved out of existence, as feeders of the University, in consequence, 
would depend upon endowment or skilful head-mastership. 

Change of Style. We have adopted in these volumes, of Part I which ends with 
the year 1 751, what is the only correct and unambiguous course in dealing with events 



xvi PREFACE 

which occurred between Jan. i and March 24, inclusive, viz. that of assigning the 
double date, e.g. Jan. 30, 1648-9. This means that the day in question would, by our 
reckoning, be assigned to 1649, but at the time was assigned to 1648. 

The principal difficulty one has to face is this. In taking a date, from an ordinary 
history of the popular kind, we often do not know what the author means. Has he 
simply copied some contemporary record — parish register, tombstone, etc. — or has 
he tacitly substituted the modem reckoning? Wherever we can determine which 
he has done we have substituted the double date in order to avoid confusion. Some- 
times, however, this is not possible, and then we have to leave the exact date ambiguous. 
Thus, when any one is said, in these volumes, to have died ' Feb. 15, 1615,' it is meant 
that we simply do not know whether this should stand 1 614-5, or 161 5-6. A number 
of these puzzles have been left us, the Dictionary of National Biography itself being 
a not-infrequent offender. 

It is especially necessary to call attention to this question of ambiguity of date 
owing to the fact that the B.A. degree was almost always taken in January. For in- 
stance, Richard Bentley graduated B.A. in Jan. 1679-80, and M.A. in 1683. The 
printed Graduati simply gives these dates as 1679 and 1683; incidentally making it 
appear that four years intervened between B.A. and M.A. instead of three and four 
or five months. But the reader must not infer from this that in using the Graduati he 
has only to add on a year to make the date correct according to modern reckoning. 
Unfortunately this simple rule does not hold good. Not all the B.A. degrees were 
taken in January, but only about nine-tenths of them. The remaining tenth, technically 
called Ad Baptistam degrees, were taken after March 25, when there is no difference 
between the old and the new style. Borlase, in the Graduati (1659-1823), makes no 
distinction here, but adheres to the old style throughout. 

Signatures. These are not unfrequently enquired after, for purposes of identifi- 
cation, especially by American genealogists. The answer is rather disappointing. 

1 . The only early general lists of signatures are to be found in the Subscription 
Books for degrees, where the candidates were required to sign their acceptance of the 
Royal Supremacy, and of the formularies of the Anglican Church. These commence 
in 1618; are interrupted between 1642 and 1660; and continue thence till 1870, when 
the tests on ordinary graduation were abolished. Generally speaking, therefore, the 
signature of any graduate between those dates will be found. This includes the in- 
corporations and the mandate, or 'honorary' degrees. 

2. Another series, commencing 1662, includes all fellows of Colleges. This was 
required by the Act of Uniformity of that year. It continued till 1870. 

3. At the present time every student has to sign his name at Matriculation. This 
is not an ancient practice, as it only commences in 1724. In old times the signing was 
done by the prelector, who sent in the names of candidates of his own College to the 
Registrary. But this is little loss, for the signature of a boy of 14, or even younger, 
would be of very little use for subsequent identification. 

^ 4. The above refers to University sources. As regards the various Colleges no 
brief account can be given beyond saying that no signatures are to be found of 
ordinary students, and very few of the scholars ; but that those of most of the fellows 
can generally be found by searching the gesta of College meetings, and the various 
official account books. 

Relationship. It will be noticed that we have taken considerable trouble to assign 
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in the case of the commoner names, where the related members may be far separated 
in our lists. Academic education in England has always been to a considerable extent 
influenced by family sympathy and tradition, and so we find generation after genera- 
tion resorting to the same University and often to the same College; the occasional 
breaches of continuity being sometimes due to the local accident of some school or 
county providing a scholarship at some particular College. 

Whilst on this subject the compilers cannot forbear remarking that they believe 
their case to be unique so far as England is concerned, as they represent respectively 
the eighth and ninth generations, from father to son, who have graduated: — the first 
three at Oxford, the last six at Cambridge. It may be added that it was the accident 
of a local endowment — a scholarship at Blundell's School, Tiverton, Devon, for 
Sidney Sussex College — that diverted the stream from Oxford to Cambridge. Another 
very remarkable case is to be found at Harvard College, U.S.A. Two generations of 
Saltonstalls graduated at Emmanuel, and no less than seven of their successors, from 
father to son, have followed at the American University. 

Proper Names. Owing to the extraordinary variety in the spelling of the names, 
we have had to adopt, for Part I, i.e. the earlier part, the following plan. As regards 
surnames the only satisfactory method is to group together those which may reasonably 
be called the same, but to preserve in each case the spelling actually given on the first 
occasion, or, in the case of famous men, the spelling by which they are best known; 
and to make free use of cross-references. The lexicographical purist who insists on 
names being spelt ' as they are given,' and indexed accordingly, does not understand 
his work ; or at any rate does not appreciate how much labour he might save the reader. 
When the variations of a name are dispersed in an index the searcher has to consult 
page after page in order to make sure that he has them all, and he can never be sure 
that the man he wants is not lurking under an alias with another initial letter. Take 
the case of Dr Caius. In contemporary records he appears under ten, or more, forms. 
The earliest of these are Kees and Keys, as, presumably, his father spelt the name. 
But of course we have entered him as Caius. We have added plentiful cross-references 
which should assist in directing searchers to the right place in the case of even the 
most variantly spelled names. 

As to Christian names the case seems different. Here there is what may be called 
a right and a wrong way, and we have adopted the ordinary spelling. But it must be 
confessed that the common practice of Latinizing names sometimes gives trouble. 
What about 'Jacobus,* for instance? Is he James or Jacob? It is impossible to say, 
unless we can track him into common life, and find him clothed in ordinary English. 

Place Names. Place names also have caused vexation, especially those assigned as 
the birth-place of a student. We have done our best to determine them from gazetteers 
and local histories, but they are sometimes probably mere hamlets or manor houses. 
When not identifiable we have left them as given, draping them with inverted commas. 
In olden times dialectic differences must have aggravated the difficulties of the scribe ; 
the southern prelector or registrary having to interpret the utterances of his pupils, 
say, from Yorkshire or Cumberland. As to recognized parishes two points may be 
noticed. In not a few cases the modern rendering differs appreciably from the old 
one. In that case we have given it as it occurs in Crockford or the Clergy List. Where 
the county boundary, in reference to a parish, has been changed, as occurs from time 
to time, we have adopted the present assignment. 

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amongst Americans, in family history, especially as regards their forefathers in the 
old country. But the results of their enquiries are often difficult to secure, being 
scattered amongst many local antiquarian and genealogical journals, as well as in many 
separately published family histories. We are therefore peculiarly fortunate in having 
enjoyed the advice and assistance of Mr J. Gardner Bartlett, of Boston, Mass. He has 
supplied us with biographical accounts of upwards of a hundred Cambridge students 
who emigrated to New England prior to 1650. The information he has supplied 
about many of these will be entirely new to most readers. 

Foreign Chaplains and Ministers. Our information about these is mostly 
derived from the following sources : 

Digest of the Records of the S.P.G., 1893. 
Hyde, H. B. Parochial Annals of Bengal, 1901. 
Penny, Frank. The Church in Madras, 1904. 

Monks and Friars. Members of the religious orders were probably never so fre- 
quent at Cambridge as at Oxford. Still a good many of their names occur, as students 
or graduates, and we have endeavoured wherever possible, to track them. The best 
lists of those in actual residence at Cambridge are found in some of the early Caius 
College account books already referred to. Their careers have been studied in Dugdale, 
and in the lists of those who signed the surrenders in 1539. 

Seminary priests and Jesuits. For a few years about the middle of Queen 
Elizabeth's reign, during the so-called Counter- Reformation, many students who were 
Roman Catholics, or who became so, were still to be found in Cambridge. The majority 
of these were laymen, largely recruited from Yorkshire families. Their names have 
been traced in various recusant rolls. Not a few became seminary priests and Jesuits, 
and contributed a relatively large proportion of martyrs. The careers of these have 
been compiled by aid of Mr H. Foley's Records of the English Province ^ and also from 
the Douay Diary. 

Foreign Universities. There was much exchange in early days between British 
and foreign Universities. But so far we have only succeeded in finding three records to 
serve our purpose , viz . the list of British students entered respectively^ at Ley den , Geneva 
and at Padua. Unfortunately the Dutch attempts at rendering English names make 
identification frequently difficult, whilst the Italian attempts render it often impossible. 
The Douay Diary ^ being presumably drawn up, or supervised, by Englishmen, leaves 
nothing to be desired in this way. 

Members of Parliament. We have attempted to assign every M.P. who belonged 
to the University at any time, but the identification has sometimes been difficult and 
can only be considered probable. Our authority is the official Blue Book in three 
volumes, published in 1878. 

On the whole — ^with one very serious exception — the Cambridge records have 
been fairly well kept. The returns of the prelectors from the various Colleges, and the 
accuracy and completeness with which the graces of the Senate are recorded seem 
quite up to the customary standard of old corporations. Where the failure comes in 
is with the transcription of the results into the official books by some bygone Registraries 
and their clerks. They have managed to accumulate a mass of blunders which must be 
almost without parallel in official documents. Considerable license in the spelling of 

* Index of English speaking students who have graduated at Leyden; by Edw. Peacock, F.S,A., 
1883. De Natione Anglica et Scota.,,Universitatis Patavinae (Padua, 1892). Geneva Students, 1559- 
1859 (i860). 



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proper names is, of course, always to be looked for, but what we are speaking of goes 
far beyond anything that can be called license. *' In many hundreds of cases, probably 
in some thousands, we have to reckon with downright blunders. In one short list 
alone — that of the M.A. degrees for 1628 — there are some fifteen or more blunders 
such as the following: Dickingson for Pilkington, Depys for Pepys, Wiske for Withe, 
Ledrich for Redrich. We have to identify Saundersburie and Sandsome, Battiston 
and Saltiston, Vewtibhat and Lewthwait, Queadman and Redman; and feel grateful 
when the initial letter is the same. George Ring is called Bing in the grace, and King 
in the or do. Peter Dillander appears thus in the matriculation book; is reduced to 
Dillan at his degree ; and sinks to Dill in the or do. Hamart Laxson is really Hamond 
Claxton. One, whose prelector rightly calls Prick, matriculates as Frick, takes his 
B.A. as Parke and his M.A. as Prickes. A phantom student, entered as * Pauper Schott,' 
is resolvable into the Registrary's reading of Pauper Schol.y the prelector's heading of 
his list of sizars. And so on. We have done what we can to clear up the mess, but 
certainty of identification is out of the question in many cases. What was the ' real 
name ' of some of these students no man will ever know. They are dead, and their 
secret has died with them." (Extract from Preface to Matriculations and Degrees.) 

The pleasing duty remains of thanking some of the many friends — they are too 
numerous for it to be possible to mention all — ^who have kindly helped us in our under- 
taking. The following have worked through every proof sheet and made many notes 
on them. 

The Rev. A. B. Beaven, Leamington. His uncanny accuracy, even when the ordinary 

authorities are against him, has saved us from many errors. 
Mr T. P. Dorman, of Northampton, an expert in the history and genealogy of his county, 

has supplied much local information. 
Mr H. Guy Harrison, of Sevenoaks, has not only supervised our Kentish materials, but 

added many facts drawn from the records of neighbouring counties. 
Mr F. S. Hockaday, of Lydney, Gloucestershire, has placed at our service his collections 

from the Bristol Diocesan Registry, and the institutions for Gloucestershire and 

Somerset. 
The Rev. H. I. Longden, rector of Heyford, has collaborated with Mr Dorman in respect of 

Northamptonshire. To him are due many additions to our list of ordinations at Peter- 
borough, as well as dates of Institution. 
Col. J. Parker, C.B., Browsholme Park, Clitheroe, has cleared up a quantity of questions 

concerning the numerous entries of Carr and Parker, and solved several Lancashire 

puzzles. 
Mr M. H. Peacock, of Oxford, has been a mine of information for Yorkshire. His long 

acquaintance with that county, as headmaster of Wakefield, has supplied a mass of local 

information, as to place-names, schoolmasters, local families and so forth. 
Mr V. B. Redstone, of Woodbridge. Well known as an authority on Suffolk. The absence of 

any general history of that county has made his assistance especially valuable. 
Mr G. B. Routledge, of Carlisle, has especially supervised the northern names, and supplied 

us with Carlisle ordinations, etc. 
Mr J. Challenor Smith, late of the Probate Registry, Somerset House — where every literary 

searcher of former days will remember him with gratitude — has been untiring in his 

labour. He has placed freely at our service his stores of information concerning the 

London diocese, and supplied many extracts from, and references to, the innumerable 

wills in London and elsewhere, 
Mr H. M. Wood, of Newcastle-on-Tyne. To him we are especially obliged for family and 

ecclesiastical information concerning the counties of Northumberland and Durham, 

largely drawn from parish registers and other sources not easily accessible. 



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For the Inns of Court, we are indebted to the kind help of Mr C. A. Bedwell, librarian of 
the Middle Temple, who has generously supplied what would otherwise have been a 
serious omission; as the admissions of that Inn have not yet been published. The 
Rev. T. C. Dale, of Clapham, has (in addition to the labour of transcribing hundreds 
of ordinations at York) performed the same service for the Inner Temple, the records 
of which had only been published down to 1660. 

We have also received special assistance from the following residents: 

Peterhouse. Dr T. A. Walker has been consulted for information as to early records of the 
College previous to 1616; when the Admission Register commences. 

Pembroke. The Master, and Mr Minns. 

Clare. Mr Wardale has supplied lists of early scholars and fellows previous to the date of 
introduction of matriculation. 

Corpus Christi. Dr Stokes has been a constant adviser and critic. His wide knowledge of 
the early history of the University, exemplified by his papers on the University Bedells 
and Chaplains, and the Hostels, is familiar to every member of our Antiquarian Society. 

Trinity Hall. 'Warren's Book': this collection, drawn up in the eighteenth century, by 
Dr William Warren, fellow of the Hall, is our principal source of information as to the 
scholars, fellows, benefactors, etc. It was edited by the late Sir A. W. W. Dale in 191 1. 

King's. Thomas Harwood's Alumni Etonenses gives lists of those elected from Eton between 
1443 and 1797. We have also to thank Mr R. A. Austen-Leigh for much unprinted 
information as to the parentage and birth-place of these scholars, taken from the records 
at Eton. Mr F. L. Clarke, of the College office, has extracted lists of fellow-commoners, 
pensioners and sizars. 

St Catharine's. The late Mr Spratt, tutor of the College, took the trouble to extract for us 
the admissions from the registers after 1659. 

Magdalene. The late Master, Dr S. A. Donaldson, performed the same service at Magdalene. 

Jesus. The Master, Mr A. Gray, has gone carefully through the entries which concern his 
College, He has supplied much information about the careers of the students, and has 
thereby saved us the labour of consulting the MS. historical notes of Joscelin and 
Sherman. 

Queens'. The Rev.W.G.Searle, late fellow,made extensive collections from the ancient records 
of the College. Some of these were incorporated into his History, but the complete list 
of admissions of students, from about 1 560, and the roll of known fellows from the founda- 
tion of the College, exist only in MS. These we have been freely allowed to draw upon. 
Questions have also been readily answered by the President, and Mr Plaistowe, the 
Ubrarian. 

Christ's. The Biographical Register, compiled by the late Dr Peile, Master of the College, 
has been our principal authority. It is based upon a fairly exhaustive investigation of 
all the available records in the College muniment room. 

St John's. The late Professor J. E. B. Mayor accumulated, for many years, materials for 
a complete history of the College and all its members. The main outcome of this is 
(i) his edition of the History of St John's, by Thomas Baker, the antiquary; (2) The 
Admission Register, commencing in 163 1, continued by Mr R. F. Scott, the present 
Master — both these being enriched with many notes; and (3) a series of interleaved 
copies of the Cambridge Graduati, in which Professor Mayor had crowded a vast 
number of personal references. 

Trinity. As stated (on p. ix) our materials are drawn, by permission, from the Admission 
Register, as supplementing the matriculation lists. Whenever the early account books 
in the muniment room are scrutinized there is little doubt that many new names will be 
discovered. The late Mr Aldis Wright made a commencement in this direction and 
supplied some valuable information. 

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on the list of admissions drawn up by Dr Richardson, a former Master of the College. 
Owing to his peculiar handwriting, a certain number of misreadings was the result. 
Readers will therefore be particularly grateful to Mr J. B. Peace, fellow of the College 
and printer to the University, for the time and care he has devoted to verifying every 
entry from the original, and adding a number of personal notes. 

Sidney. The Master, Mr Weekes, has kindly answered a number of questions which re- 
quired fresh appeal to the records. 

For Trinity College, Dublin, in particular, and for Irish families in general, we have had the 
kind and ready help of the late Mr G. D. Burtchaell, Athlone Pursuivant and Mr T. U. 
Sadleir, also of the Irish Office of Arms, joint editors of the Alumni Dublinenses. The 
Rev, H. B. Swanzy, rector of Newry, Co. Down, has also furnished us with information 
concerning former Irish students. 

The following have given miscellaneous information — always valuable and often 
abundant — in many cases concerning family connexions : 

Mr S. D. Addy, Mr A. D. Adrian, Mr C. P. Allix, Mr C. J. B. Angier, Mr E. P. Archer, 
Mr H. R. P. Baker, Mr H, C. Barnard, Mr J. D. Betham, Mr G. O. Bellewes, Mr R. J. Beevor, 
MrT. M. Blagg, Mr J. A. Bradney, Mr D. S. Boutflower, the Rev. Canon Burton, Mr J. 
Charrington, Mr A. C. Chibnall, Mr H. G. Chick, Col. W. H. Chippindall, Sir A. T. Craig, 
the Rev. W. G. Cruft, the Rev. H. L. L. Denny, Miss Edleston, Miss E. H. Elmes, Mr R. T. 
Fynmore, the Rev. E. I. Fripp, the Hon. V. Gibbs, Mr V. Gregory, Mr W. P. Greenlaw, 
Mr L. Griffith, Mr A. B. Grimaldi, Mr R. T. Gunther, Mr Ch. Gwyn, Mr W. M. Harris, 
Mr W. C. Harrison, Mr R. Heffer, the Rev. E. E. Hill, the Rev. H. B. Hyde, Capt. W. Jaggard, 
Mr Fred. Johnson, Mr E. A. Jones, Mr W. Landor, Mr P. Mariette, Mr R. B. Morris, 
Mr A.A.Mumford, the Rev.W.M.Noble, Dr W.Palmer,MrG.C.Peachy, the Rev.F.Penny, 
Mr C. Pettiward, Col. H. R. Phipps, Mr J. Ravenshaw, Mr W. C. Renshaw, Mr A. L. Reade, 
Miss M. A. Rudd, Mr F. W. Sanderson, Mr B. P. Scattergood, Major R. H. R. Smythies, 
Mr W. G. Stanard, the Rev. A. W. Stote, Col. W. H. Turton, Mr J. R. Twisden, Mr J. B. 
Wainewright, Miss M. Walduck, Mr W. Wasteneys, Mr J. C. Whitebrook, Mr F. A. Wods- 
worth. 

It may be of interest to future generations to know how this work fared during the 
period covered by the great war. All of those of military age engaged on its preparation 
in or soon after 1914, served in some capacity, as the following list will show. Two were 
killed. 

^P. J. Egan, Private, Sherwood Foresters. 
C. J. Harbridge, Y.M.C.A., Egypt and Palestine. 
The Rev. F. Ranner, Chaplain to the Forces. 
R. South, Interpreter, Royal Engineers. 
J. A. Venn, Lieut., Northants. Regiment. 
^]. C. White, 2nd Lieut., Beds. Regiment. 

In addition, our lady assistant, Miss Bloxham, was awarded the order of * La Reine 
Elizabeth' for services rendered to Belgian refugees. 

The four volumes of this Part contain in all some 76,000 names. The materials 
exist in manuscript for Part II which is planned to extend from 1752 to 1900, with 
a further 60,000 names. Whether it will be possible to proceed with its completion 
and publication in the immediate future depends upon the support given to Part I. 

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J. A. VENN. 

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September, 1921. 



xxu 

AUTHORITIES 

The following list comprises the authorities most often referred to in an abbreviated 
form. 

Abram, Wm. A Hist, of Blackburn, 1877. 

Al. Dub. Alumni Dublinenses. G. D. Burtchaell and T. U. Sadleir. 

Al. Eton. R. A. Austen-Leigh, List of Collegers. See also Harwood. 

Al. Oxon. Alumni Oxonienses, 1 500-1886. Joseph Foster. 4 vols, 1887- 

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Ath. Cant. See Cooper. 

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Baker MSS. The MS. Collections of Thomas Baker of St John's. Partly at the British 

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Betham, W. Baronetage, 1801- 
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Commoners. 

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Burton, and Rev. T. H. Pollen. 
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Dennis, G. R. House of Cecil, 19 14. 

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Genealogist. G. W. Marshall, 1877- 



xxiv AUTHORITIES 

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Inner Temple Admissions, 1 547-1 660. 

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L. Mag. London Magazine. 

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Fellows of Pembroke. 
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Life of Sir Julius Caesar, 1827. 

London Magazine. 



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Lysons, Daniel. Environs of London, 1796. 

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Maclean, Sir John. Trigg Minor, 1868. 

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Mayor, Prof. J. E. B. 

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St Catharine's College History. By G. F. Browne. 



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Genealogist. 

Schools. 



XXVll 

ABBREVIATIONS 

The following list of abbreviations employed in this work may be useful : 

Adm. Admitted at a College. 

Admon. Administration of Effects at a Probate Court. 

B.Civ.L. Bachelor of Civil Law; now expressed as LL.B. 

B.Can.L. Bachelor of Canon Law; abrogated 1535. 

Cautio. A deposit made in early times to insure the due performance of exercises for degrees. 

Com. C. Lond. Commissary Court of Bishop of London. 

Com. Reg. Comitia Regia. Certain gatherings of the Senate of the University at which 
royal personages were present and degrees specially conferred. 

Cons. C. Lond. Consistory Court of Bishop of London. 

D. and C. Westm. Court of the Dean and Chapter of Westminster. 

Fell .-Com, Fellow-commoner; the first of the three ranks in which students were matricu- 
lated. 

Fil. nob. Filiiis nohilis. By ancient custom and statute the sons of noblemen (including 
bishops) had the privilege of proceeding to M.A. at once instead of first taking B.A. 

F.R.C.P. Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians. 

Gr. Grace, or act of the University, mostly for degrees. 

Gr. Bk. Grace Book, containing the above proceeding of the University. Five volumes have 
been pubHshed, 1454-1588. See p. vii. 

Incorp. Incorporation in another University. It conferred the privileges of their degree. 

Imputes. A student under 14, and consequently not required to take the usual oath at 
matriculation. 

Lie. Med. License to practice medicine. 

Lit. Reg. Litterae Regiae. Royal mandates directing the conferring of a degree. 

Liu. Dim. Letters dimissory from one bishop to another to grant ordinations. 

M. Gram. Master of Grammar. An ancient degree long obsolete, conferred on school- 
masters. 

M.I. Monumental inscription. 

Matric. Matriculation : the formal admission of a student into the University as distinguished 
from his admission into a College. It occurred in each of the three terms, Lent, Easter, 
Michaelmas. 

Ordo. Oido senioritatis. See p. vii. 

P.C.C. Prerogative Court of Canterbury. 

Pens. Pensioner; the second of the three ranks in which students were matriculated. 

Sizar. The third of these ranks. In old times sizars performed many menial services. 

Sup. Supplicat. See p. vii. 

V.C.C. Vice- Chancellor's Court, Cambridge. See p. xiv. 



ALUMNI CANTABRIGIENSES 

FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO 1 75 I 



Abbas, John 

ABBAS, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1570; B.A. 
from Pembroke, 1573-4; as Abbis. V. of SouthUl, Beds., 1580. 

ABBES, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, 
Michs. 1573; B.A. 1576-7; M.A. 1580, as Abbys; B.D. 1588. 
FeUow, 1579-89. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) July 30, 1580. R. 
of ShoUey, Suffolk, in 1603. 

ABISSE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', 1632-3. Of Beds. 
2nd s. of William, of Stotfold, Beds., Esq., deceased. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, June 8, 1637. (Vis. 0/ Beds., 1634.) 

ABBISSE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, May 13, 
1657. S. of William of Stotfold, Beds. B. there. School, 
Bp Stortford. Matric. 1657. Migrated to St John's, Nov. 2, 
1657; B.A. 1660-1; M.A. 1664. R. of Caldecot, Herts., 1663. 
R. of Lower Gravenhurst, B«fe., 1666. Buried Apr. 14, 1698. 
(PHU, I. 578.) 

ABBOTT, ARTHUR. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1656. 
Of London. Exhibitioner from St Paul's School; B.A. 1659- 
60; M.A. 1663. 

ABBOTT, EDWARD. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 28, 1624 (age 17). B. in London. Matric. 1624; B.A. 
1628-9; M.A. 1632 (on King's visit). Fellow, 1627-9. Secre- 
tary to Lord Bruce. Died in the East Indies. (Harwood.) 

ABBOTT, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 2, 1670. 
Matric. 1670; B.A. 1671 (Lit. Reg.). Perhaps R. of Galby, 
Leics., 1674, and V of Billesdon, 1689. 

ABBOT, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 1694. Of 
London. Matric. 1695; B.A. 1698-9; M.A. 1702. Ord. deacon 
(London) June, 1699. Master of Repton School, 1705-13. 
Died Mar. 1713-4. 

ABBOTT, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 3, 1718. 
B. in Middlesex. School, Eton. Matric. 1720; B.A. 1721-2; 
M.A. 1725. Master of Magdalene, 1740-6. Probably ord. 
deacon (London) Mar. i, 1723-4. R. of Radwinter, Essex, 
1724-46. R. of Faulkbum, 1729-46. Found dead in his 
bed Aug. II, 1746. 

ABBOTT, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1603. 

ABBOT, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Easter, 
1620; B.A. 1622-3; M.A. 1627. V, of Poslingford, Sufiolk, 
1627. 

ABBOTT, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Michs. 1549. 
One of these names adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 25, 1561. 

ABBOTTS or ABBOT, GEORGE. Matric. Fell.-Com.fromKlNO's, 
Michs. 1622. The theological writer described in the D.N.B. 
Son, or gr. son, of Sir Thomas, of Easington, Yorks. Bom 
in 1603-4. Married a daughter of Col. Purefoy of Caldecote, 
Warws. M.P. for Tamworth, 1640, 1645. Author: Book of 
Job paraphrased, 1640; V indicia SaNxahi, 1641, etc. Died 
Feb. 2, 1647-8. He was a layman. See next entry. (D.N.B.) 

ABBOTTS, GEORGE. M.A. 1627 (Incorp. from Oxford). Matric. 
(Oxford) Oct. 15, 1619, age 17, B. in Middlesex. B.A. 
1621-2; M.A. 1625; B.C.L. 1630. Fellow of Merton Col- 
lege, 1622. S. of Sir Maurice and nephew of the Archbishop. 
M.P. for Guildford, 1640, and in the Long Parliament. Died 
1645. (D.N.B., under Sir Maurice; Al. Oxon. seems to 
identify him with the last.) 

ABBOTT, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius, Mar. 2i, 
1686-7. S. of George, gent., of Duxford, Cambs. B. at 
Steppingley, Beds. School, Newport. Matric. 1687. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, May 16, 1688. Brother of Maurice 
(1686-7). (yenn, i. 482.) 

ABBOTT, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Nov. 4, 
1710. S. of George, husbandman. B. at Cockfield, Suffolk. 
School, Lavenham, Suffolk. B.A. 1714-5. Ord. deacon 
(London) Sept. 25, 1715. 

ABBOTT, HENRY. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1569. 

ABBOTT, HENRY. M.A. from Caius, 1717. S. of John, clerk, 
of Gloucester. Matric. from Trinity College, Oxford, 1697, 
age 16. B.A. (Oxford) 1701. Chaplain to Lord Bathurst. 
Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Sept. 18, 1703. V. of Longney, 
Clones., 1713. Minister of Bam wood, Gloucs. Usherof Glou- 
cester Collegiate School ; Master of Sir Thomas Rich HospiUl, 
Gloucester. Died at Bredon, Wore*.; buried there, Nov. 11, 
1728. Another of these names matriculated at Oxford some 
years earlier, who seems to have been V. of Haresfield, 
Gloucs. (A I. Oxon ; Vmm, 11. 7.) 

V. A. C. 



Abbot, Thomas 

ABBOT, JEROME. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 1568. 
ABBOT, JOHN. Scholar at King's Hall, 1457-65. B.Can.L. 

1462-3. R. of Coveney, Cambs., 1462-5. 
ABBOTT, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Nov. 1602. Matric. 

1602; B.A. 1606-7; M.A. 1610; B.D. 1617. Incorp. at 

Oxford, 161 2. Joined the Roman Church, and was adm. to the 

Convent of St John the Baptist at Antwerp. Author of a 

scarce poetical work, Jesus prefigured, 1623. (D.N.B.) 
ABBOTT, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, July 7, 1652. Of 

Hunts. B.A. 1656. 
ABBOT, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Pkterhouse, May 25, 

1671. Of Yorks. School, Coxwold. Matric. 1671; B..\. 1674-5. 

V. of Brafferton, Yorks., 1676-86. 
ABBOTT, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Magdalene, Feb. 3, 

1703-4. S. of Thomas, lawyer. B. at Boston, Lines. School, 

Boston. Matric. 1705;B.A. 1707-8; M.A. 1711. Fellow, 1709. 

Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 22, 1711; priest, June 15, 1712. 

R. of Belleau and Claythorpe, Lines.; V. of Aby, 1715. R. of 

Theddlethorpe St Helen, 1717. 
ABBOTT, JOHN. M.A. from Caius, 1717. B.A. of New Inn 

Hall, Oxford. S. of John, clerk, of Gloucs. Matric. from 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1707; B.A. (Oxford) 1712. Ord. 

deacon (London) June 15, 1712; priest, Dec. 23, 1716. R. of 

Hockham, Norfolk, 1717-24 (resigned). (Venn, 11. 8.) 
ABBOTT, MAURICE. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Mar. 21, 

1686-7. S. of George, gent., of Duxford, Cambs. B. there. 

School, Newport. Matric. 1687. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 

Nov. 9, 1687. Barrister, 1693. Brother of George (1686-7). 

(Venn, i. 482.) 
ABBOTT, NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, Jun6 29, 1692. 

Of Chilvers Coton, Warws. Matric. 1694-5; B.A. 1695-6. 

Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 7, 1696; priest. May 30, 1697. 

R.of Barby, Northants., 1700. Died 1701. Buried at Galby, 

Leics., Sept. i, 1701. (Baker, i. 264.) 
ABBOT, PETER. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 20, 1636-7. 

Of Kent. Matric. 1637; B.A. 1640-1. 
ABBOTT, RALPH. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Easter, 

1614; B.A. 1617-8. B. at Hatfield, Herts. Ord. priest 

(?Lincoln) Sept. 24, 1624. C. of Bushey, Herts. V. of 

Bethersden, Kent, 1631-42. R. of Shadoxhurst, Kent, till 

1676. Probably s. of Robert (1573). 
ABBOTT, RICHARD. M.A. 1650 (Incorp. from Oxford). 

S. of Richard, of Guildford, Surrey. Matric. from Merton 

College, Oxford, Oct. 10, 1634 (age 15); B.A. 1637; M.A. 

from St Alban Hall, 1640. Fellow of Corpus Christi, Oxford, 

1648. (Al. Oxon.; Surr. Arch. Coll. iii. 265.) 
ABBOT, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Christ's, June, 1573; 

B.A. 1576-7. Probably ord. priest (Lincoln) June 15, 1582. 

R. of Hatfield, Herts., 1584-1613. Died 1613. 
ABBOT, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Easter, 

1602; B.A. 1605-6; M.A. 1609. Probably incorp. at Oxford, 

1 61 5. 

ABBOT, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Easter, 1603; 
B.A. 1606-7; M.A. 1610. 

One of the above two was ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 11; 
priest Sept. 24, 1609: curate of Bishop's Hatfield, Herts., 
1612. The other was the Puritan writer described in the 
D.N.B. For a time curate of Wool, Dorset. V of Cranbrook, 
Kent, 1616-43; sequestered. V. of Southwick, Hants. 
Minister of St Augustine's, Watling St Author: Milk for 
Babes, 1646; Evangelical Peace, 1657, etc. Died before 1662. 

ABBOT, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Jssus, Feb. 25, 1629-30, from 
St John's (9 months' residence there). Of Hunts. Matric. 
1629-30; B..\. 1632-3; M.A. 1636. V. of Stanstead Mount- 
fitchet, Essex, 1647. Ejected 1662. (Davids' Essex, 473.) 

ABBOT, ROBERT. M.A. from Emmanuel, 1639 (Incorp. from 
Oxford). S. of Robert, V. of Cranbrook, Kent. Matric 
(Oxford) Oct. 10, 1634, age 17; B.A. 1637. (Al. Oxon.) 

ABBOTT, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, July 7, 
1 71 1. S. of Maurice, gent. B. at Easton, Hants. School, 
Heydon, Essex. 

ABBOTT, SAMUEL. Matric. pens, from Jesi;s, Easter, 1611; 
B.A. 1614-5; M.A. from St Catharine's, 1618. 

ABBOT, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1573. 



Abbott, Thomas 

ABBOTT, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, Mar. 5, 
1616-7. School, Ely. S. of George, pleader. Of Kirtling, 
Cambs. Matric. 1617; scholar, 1617-24; B.A. 1620-1. Ord. 
priest (Peterb.) Sept. 22, 1623. C. of E. Harling, Norfolk, 
1629. For a time R. of Hepworth, Sufiolk. {Venn, i. 235.) 

ABBOTT, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 6, 1675. Of 
Woodford, Northants. Matric. 1675; B.A. 1679-80; M.A. 
1683. Ord. priest (Peterb.) June 3, 1683. Perhaps the V. of 
St Giles', Northampton, 1697-1700, and R. of Kislingbury, 
1700-8. Died Mar. 16, 1708-9: buried there. One of these 
names adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 1669; 3rd s. of John, of 
Woodford. {Baker, i. 213.) 

ABBOT, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Sidney, July 6, 1676. 
ist s. of Edward, R. of Galby, Leics. B. at Nuneaton. 
School, Uppingham. Matric. 1676; B.A. 1679-80; M.A. 
1683. Incorp. at Oxford, 1683. R. of Shangton, Leics., 
1684-8. Died Jan. 26, 1688. v. Al. Oxon.; but there is some 
doubt between this and the last. {Nichols, 11. 794.) 

ABBOT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, June 25, 
1750. S. of William, master mariner, of Kent. B. at Rams- 
gate. School, Canterbury. Matric. 1750; B.A. i754 {Sen. 
WrangUr); Fellow, 1755-67; M.A. 1757; B.D. 1764. Taxor, 
1759. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Jime 13, 1756; priest (Ely) 
I)ec. 26, 1757. Preb. of York, 1767. Died at Ramsgate, 
Jan. 13, 1826. Buried at St Lawrence. M.I. 

ABBOT . B.A. 1478-9; M.A. 1481. 

ABBOT, , Magister Glomeriae 1490. (King's College Re- 
ceptors' Book.) 

ABBOT, . B.A. 1494. 

ABBOT, . B.Can.L. 1504. 

ABDY, ANTHONY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, May 26, 
1672. Doubtless s. of Sir Thomas, of Felix Hall, Essex, 
Bart. Succeeded as 2nd Bart. 1686. Died Apr. 2, 1704, aged 
49. M.I. at Kelvedon. {Essex Pedigrees; Morant, i. 177.) 

ABDY, ANTHONY THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
June 9, 1738. S. of Sir William, Bart., of Middlesex. B. in 
London. School, Felstead, Essex. Matric. 1738. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, June i, 1738; Barrister, 1744; K.C. Bencher, 
1758. M.P. for Knaresborough, 1763-75. Succeeded as 5th 
Bart., 1750. Died April 7, 1775. (Scott-Mayor, 111. 494.) 

ABDY, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Pembroke, 
Micbs.1614. S. of Edmund, of Lincoln's Inn, barrister. School, 
Merchant Taylors'. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1614. OfStreatham, 
Surrey. Knighted Oct. 16, 1629. Married Mary, dau. of 
Sir John Crofts, of Saxham, Sufiolk. {Robinson, i. 75; 
Essex Pedigrees.) 

ABDY, EDWARD. From St John's College, Oxford, where he 
had matric. June 27, 1678. Adm. (age ly) at Magdalene, 
June 6, 1679. S. of Sir Robert, Bart. B. at Albynes, Staple- 
ford Abbotts, Essex. School, Brentwood. Matric. i68i; 
B.A. 1681-2; M.A. 1685. Fellow, 1684. R. of Salcott Virley, 
Essex, 1689-1690. R. of Theydon Gamon, 1684-1701. 
Died 1701. {Essex Pedigrees.) 

ABDY, GEORGE. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', Michs. 1649. 
S. of Sir Christopher, Knight, of Surrey. Bapt. at Streatham, 
Surrey, July 25, 1633. Migrated to Oxford; matric. there, 
July 27, 1652; B.A. 1652. {Al. Oxon.; Vis. of Surrey.) 

ABDY, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1634; B.A. 
1637-8; M.A. 1641. Fellow, 1640. 3rd s. of Anthony of Lon- 
don, Esq. Of Moores, Salcott Virley, Essex. Created Baronet 
1660. Died, immarried, 1662. ' 

ABDY, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Trinity, June 1, 1660. 
S. and h. of Sir Robert, Bart, and Knt., of Albynes, Essex! 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, June 27, 1665. Succeeded as 
2nd Bart. 1670. Died 1691. Buried at Stapleford Abbots. 
(G.E.C.) 

ABDY, STOTHERD Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, June 15. 
1745. S. of Sit WiUiam, Bart., of London. School, Felstead 
^ex. Matric. 1745; B.A. 1748-9; M.A. 1752. Ord. deacon 
|Ely) Dec. 22, 1750; priest (London) Dec. 24, 1752. R. of 



i^ t, ; it J »" •^-' — " Dicldns; £10,000' 

{G.Mag.). Died Apr. 5, i773- (SccM-Mayor, iii. 552; Essex 
Pedtgrees.) 

ABDY, THOMAS. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Trinity, Easter 1620 
S. and h. of Anthony, of London, Esq. Adm. at Lin'cohi's 
Inn, Jan. 19, 1631-2. Of FeUx Hall, Essex. Created Baronet 
1641. Diedjan. 14, 1686, aged 74. {VU. of Surrey; Essei 
Pedtgrees, O.E.C.) 

ABDY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 24. i67*-s 
Matric. 1675. Probably 2nd s. of Sir Thomas of Felix HaU 
Essex. Died, 1697. {Morant, 1. 177.) ' 

ABE, ANTHONY. Matric. sizar from Michabl Housb. Michs 
1545. 



Abney, Edward 

ABEALB, ABRAHAM. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius, Apr. 6, 
1632. S. of John, merchant, of Flanders. B. in London. 
Schools, Norwich and Mercers'. Matric. 1632; Scholar, 
1633-7; B.A. 1635-6; M.A. 1640. {Venn, 1. 304; Vis. of 
London, 1633.) 

ABELL, HUMFREY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
Oct. 22, 1668. S. of William, gent., of Baddington, Cheshire. 

B. there. School, Coventry. Matric. 1669. 

ABELL, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 161 1. Of 
Northants. B.A. 1613-4; M.A. 1618. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
Dec. 17, 1615; priest, Sept. 19, 1624. 

ABELL, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Sidney, Oct. 9, 1671. 
S. of William. B. at Tiverton, Devon. School, Tiverton. 
Matric. 1672; B.A. 1675-6; M.A. 1679; Fellow 1680; B.D. 
1686. Ord. deacon (Norwich) May 26, 1678; priest (Lincoln) 
May 29, 1681 R.ofStilton, Hunts., 1687-1721. R.of Offord 
Cluny, 1692-1706. R. of Folksworth, 1706-21. Died 1721. 

ABELL, JOHN. Mus.Bac. 1684. 

ABELL, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Easter, 
1629; as 'Robert'; B.A. 1632; M.A. 1636. 

ABEL, RICHARD Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 2, 1705. 
S. of William, of E. Claydon, Bucks. B. in Northants. After- 
wards Fell.-Com. Matric. 1705. Of E. Claydon, Esq. M.P. 
for Richmond, Yorks., 1720-2; for Aylesbury, Bucks., 1722-7. 
{Lipscomb, 1. 164.) 

ABELL, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age x8) at Caius, June 27, 
1577. Of Erith, Kent. S. of John, yeoman. School, Merchant 
Taylors'. {Venn, 1. 92.) 

ABELL, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Dec. 1579. 
One of these names, of Essex, adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 21, 
1584. Possibly of West Bergholt, Essex. {Peile, i. 156.) 

ABELL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 7, 1591. 

ABELL, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Easter, 
1629. One of these names, s. and h. of William, of London, 
adm. at the Middle Temple, Oct. 25, 1630. 

ABELL, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar (age 16) from Pembroke, 
Easter, 1650. S. of William, blacksmith, of Atherstone, 
Warws. B.A. 1653; M.A. 1657. Fellow, 1654. Incorp. at 
Oxford, 1657. Signsforpriest (London) Mar. 1,1666-7. R-of 
Rawreth, Essex, 1667. Died 1670. {Al. Oxon.) 

ABELL, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, June 11, 
1705. S. of John, clerk. B. at Peterborough. School, Peter- 
borough. Matric. 1705; B.A. 1708-9. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
June 3, 1710; priest, June 11, 1713. 

ABERNETHY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, July 1, 
1725. S. of John. School, Westminster. Matric. 1726; 
Scholar, 1727; LL.B. 1730. 

ABERYE, JAMES. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Michs. 1567. 

ABYNGTON, HENRY. Mus.Bac. 1463-4. 

ABINGTON, JOHN. B. at Honily, Warws. Ord. deacon 
(London) Mar. 8, 1592-3, aged 24, 'of St John's College.' 

C. of Chalfont St Giles, Bucks. 

ABION, . B.Can.L. 1478. 

ABITHELL, NICHOLAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 
1550. B. at Calais. B.A. 1552-3 as Abyphaell; M.A. 1556. 
Fellow, 1555. Joined Dr Allen, at Douai College, about 1576; 
where he became D.D., professor, and Canon. Sent to 
England, 1577. Died c. 1586. {Cooper, 11. 8; Douay Diary.) 

ABLESTON, ROWLAND. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 
1576. Of Yorks. B.A. 1579-80 as Ableson. Perhaps the 
Rob. Ableson, B.A., licensed to teach grammar at Notting- 
ham, Feb. 1583-4. 

ABLINSON, GEOFFREY. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius, Apr. 22, 
1623; matric. 1623. S. of Robert, cook, of Cambridge. 
Resided in Cambridge. Will proved (V.C.C), 1642. {Venn, i. 
261.) 

ABNETT, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Queens', Aug. 27, 1713. 
Matric. 1713. Of Staffs. Incorp. B.A. 1714 from Trinity 
College, Dublin. Of Audley, Staffs. {Staffs. Pedigrees.) 

ABNEY, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1553. 

ABNEY, EDWARD. Matric. from St John's, Michs. 1584; B.A. 

1588-9; M.A. 1592. Fellow, 1592. Of Leics. Perhaps 3rd 

s. of George, of Willesley, Derbs. Buried Sept. 9, 1645. 

{Nichols, III. 1032.) 
ABNEY, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Christ's, June 13, 

1649. S. of James, of Willesley. B. at Newton, Leics. 

Schools, Ashbv and 'Mesam.' Matric. 1649; B.A. 1652-3; 

M.A. 1656; LL.D. 1661 {LU. Reg.). Fellow, 1655-61. 

Knighted, 1673. M.P. for Leicester Borough, 1690-^. Died 

Jan. 3, 1727-8. {Vis. of Derbs. 1662; where he appears 

under 'Akney.') 



i 



Abney, George 

ABNEY, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1584. 
One of these names adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 25, 
1591 ; s. of James, of Willesley, Derbs. 

ABNEY, GEORGE Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, Easter, 
1631. Perhaps 3rd s. of George, of Willesley, Derbs., Esq. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 28, 1634-5. 

ABNEY, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 18, 1638. 

Matric. 1638; Scholar, 1641; B.A. 1643-4. 
ABNEY, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 5, 1616. 

Matric. 1616. Pertiapss. and h. of George, of Willesley, Derbs. 

Bapt. 1599. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1619. High Sheriff 

of Derbs. 1656. Buried June 12, 1693. (Nichols, iii. 1032.) 

ABNEY, MICHAEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 1619. Matric. 
1619. Perhaps s. of George, of Willesley. Bapt. 1603. 
(Nichols, III. 1032.) 

ABNEY, RICHARD. Scholar of Christ's, 1549; B.A. 1551-2; 
M.A. from Jesus, 1554. Fellow of Jesus, 1546-55. Adm. to 
first tonsure, Sept. 20, 1554. R. of Swepstone, Leics., 1558. 
(A. Gray.) 

ABOTH, AMBROSE. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 
1582. 

ABRAHAM, ADAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1584; 
B.A. i588-9,asAbram; M.A. 1592. V. of Swineshead, Lines., 
1592-9. V. of Chard, Somerset, 1603-36. Died 1636. 

ABRAHAM, ISAAC. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 
1616; B.A. 1619-20. Ord. priest (London) Sept. 18, 1624. 

ABRAHAM, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 

1568. One of these names ord. priest (Norwich), Dec. 4, 

1580. Curate of Gedney, Lines, in 1584. Another ord. 

deacon and priest (Lincoln) Sept. 16, 1584. V. of Stickford, 

Lines. 1590-1619; 'B.A.' 
ABRAHAM, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 12, i686. 

Of Lanes. 
ABRAHAM, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Clare, c. 1595. 

Buried at St Edward's Church, Cambridge, Oct. 9, 1596. 
ABRAHAM, WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Jesus, Sept. 22, 

1654. Matric. 1655. Perhaps the s. and h. of William, of 

Wingrave, Bucks., Esq.; adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 8, 

1659. 
ABREE, FRANCIS (1520), see LEICESTER. 

ABRICENSIS, HENRICUS. M.A. in 1260. (Univ. Library MS. 
Ff. VI. 13. I.) 

ABSON, JONATHAN. Adm. sizar (age 20) at St John's, 

June 25, 1711. S. of Lionel, shoemaker. B. at Rotherham, 

Yorks. School.-Nottingham. Matric. 1713. (Perhaps brother 

of John, of Lincoln College, Oxford.) 
ABSON, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, Mar. 27, 

1738. S. of John, clerk, R. of St Nich., Nottingham. B. in 

Nottingham. Schools, Southwell and Chesterfield. Matric. 

1738; B.A. 1741-2; M.A. 1745 Ord. deacon (Norwich) 

June 13, 1742; priest (York) Feb. 19, 1743-4. V. of Kneesal, 

Notts., 1745-58. V. of Eaton, 1748. R. of Eakring, 1758. 

Preb. of Southwell, 1767-77. 
ABYPHAELL, NICHOLAS (1550), see ABITHELL. 
ACHARD, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 1562. 
ACHERLEY, sec aUo ATCHERLEY. 
ACHERLEY, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, 

June x6, 1719. S. of Thomas, ironmonger, of Salop. B. at 

'Stannerdine,' near Shrewsbury. School, Wrexham. Matric. 

1719; B.A. 1722-3; M.A. 1727. 
ACHLAYE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 1576. 

One of these names, B.A., curate of Parson Drove, Cambs., 

1582; also C. of Wisbech. (A. Gray.) 
ACHRINLEY, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, 

Jan. 21, 1612-3. Matric. 1613, as 'Armley'; B.A. 1616-7, 

as 'Acrinlye.' 
ACKLAM, DANIEL. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Sidney, Feb. 18, 

1672-3. Only s. of George, gent. B. at Hull. School, Hull. 

Matric. 1676; D.A. 1676-7; M.A. 1680. 
ACCLOM, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Sidney, April 27, 

1637. S. of Sir William, Knt., of Moreby Hail, Yorks. 

School, Private. Matric. 1637 as 'Actum.' 
ACKLAM, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, May 15, 

1668. S. of Thomas, deceased, of Biggin, Yorks. B. there. 

School, Halsham. Matric. 1668. 
ACCLOM, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, May 5, 

1599. S. and h. of John, of Moreby, Yorks., Esq. B. 1582. 

Adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 28, 1601. Married Elizabeth, 

dau. of Sir Thomas Dawnay, of Sessay, at Snaitfa, Oct. 19, 

liog. Knighted Feb. 15, 1607-8. (Vis. of Yorks. 1612; 

J. Foster.) 
ACLAN, WILUAM. Matric pens, from Queens', Easter, 133 1. 



Acton, John 

ACKLAND, JOHN. Incorp. M.A. 1680, from New Inn Hall, 
Oxford. S. of John, of Braunton, Devon. Matric. at Oxford, 
Mar. 18, 1668-9, age 16; B-A. (Oxford) 1672; M.A. 1675. 
R. of Bittadon, Devon, i68i. R. of Littleham, 1682. Preb. 
of Priors Bodmin in Endelion, Cornwall. (Al.Oxon.) 

ACKOM, JONATHAN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Mar. 19, 1746-7- 
B. at Hardwick, Yorks. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 22, 
1746-7. S. of Richard, of Wiseton Hall, Notte. Sherifi of 
NotU., 1754. Died June i, 1806. M.I. at Bawtry. 

ACRES, see also AKERS. 

ACRES, JOHN. B.A. 1460-1; M.A. 1465. Letters dimiss. from 

Bishop of Ely, for first tonsure, 1465. 
ACRES, JOHN. B.A. 1505-6. 
ACRESSE, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 1548 

(imputes). 
ACRIGG, see also ACROYD, AIKRIGG, and AYCKRIGGE. 
ACRYCK, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 1547. 
ACRIGG, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1606. 

ACRODD, ALVERYE or ALURED. Matric. sizar from Clare, 
Easter, 1580; B.A. 1583-4. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1584; 
priest. May 22, 1586. V. of Dewsbury, Yorks., 1589-1636. 
Married, at Dewsbury, Aug. i, 1598, Isabel Forrest. Buried 
there June 13, 1636. 

ACRED, AMBROSE. Matric. pens, from Trinity, c. 1595. 
S. of Henry, of Foggathorpe, Yorks. B.A. 1596-7; Fellow, 
1599; M.A. 1600, as Akyerod; LL.D. 1630. Will proved 
(V.C.C), 1640. Brother of Henry (1589). (Vis. of Yorks., 
1612; Thoresby, Due. Lead. 258.) 

ACROYDE, ANTHONY. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 
1614. S. of Edward, of Shaw Lane, Halifax. B.A. 1619-20, 
as Aikerod; M.A. 1623. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 7; 
priest, June 8, 1623. R. of Keysoe, Beds., 1627. R. of Gt 
Catworth, Hunts., 1638-43; deprived. (F.M.G. 1013.) 

ACROYD (? EDMUND). B.A. 1514-5; M.A. 1521. Probably 
Edmund, s. of Henry, of Foggathorpe. R. of Tewin, Herts, 
till his death, 1557. 

ACROYD.HENRY. B.A. 1509-10; M.A. 1513. Fellow of Peter- 
house, 1512. Perhaps brother of the last. (Thoresby, 
258.) 

ACRODD, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1589. 
Doubtless s. and h. of Henry, of Foggathorpe, Yorks. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Nov. 1592 Obtained a grant of arms, 
1614. Married Ellen, dau. of Richard Staveley. Brother 
of Ambrose. Died Jan. 14, 1627-8. (Vis. of Yorks., 1612.) 

AIKROYD, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at Christ's, 
June 29, 1631. S. of Henry. B. at Foggathorpe, Yorks. 
School, Hertford. Matric. 1632. Of Bubwith, Yorks. S. and 
h. of Henry, deceased. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1632. 
Died Dec. 19, 1673. MI. at Bubwith. (Vis. of Yorks., 1612). 

AKEROYD, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at Trinity, July 13, 1640. 
Matric. as Aycroid, 1641. 

ACROD, ROGER. B.A. from Clare as Acrik, 1571-2; M.A. 
from Christ's, 1576; Fellow of Christ's, 1576-85; B.D. 
1583; D.D. as Acroyd, 1602. S. of Thomas, of Leeds. 
Incorp. at Oxford, 1578. Ord. deacon (Ely) Apr. 29, 1576; 
priest, Aug. 12, 1576. R. of Wistow, Yorks 1586. R. 
of Goldsborough, 1589; of Whalton, Northumberland, 
1591; and of Winston, Durham, 1591. Preb. of Southwell, 
1597-1601. Archdeacon of W. Riding, Yorks., 1600-17. 
R. of Bolton Percy, 1601. Preb. of Hereford, 1613-7 (died). 
(Peile, I. 109; Al. Oxon.; Thoresby, Due. Lcod. p. 258.) 

AKEROID, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 9, 1669. 

Of Yorks. 
ACROYD, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Dec. 1585; 

B.A. 1588-9 as Acroyde; M.A. 1592. One of these names 

V. of North Ottcrington, Yorks., 1611-37 (died). (Peile, i. 

184.) 

AKROYD, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age i8) at St John's, Sept. 7, 

1705. S. of Tliomas, deceased. B. at Earlsheaton, Yorks. 

School, Batley, Yorks. Matric. 1706. 
ACROYD, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1577. 

Ord. priest (Chester) Sept. 25, 1578; called 'B.A.' in 1613. 

One of these names R. of Chesterton, Hunts., 1386-1629 

(died). 
ACSON. JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Dec. 3, 1592. Matric 

c. 1593- 
ACTON, JOHN. Matric. Fell.-Com. from St Catharine's, 

Easter, 1636. S. and h. of John, of Bramford, Suffolk, Esq. 

Adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 17, 1637. Married and had issue. 

Died 1663. (Vis. of Suff. 1664.) 
ACTON, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Clare, June 29, 1665. Matric 

1665. One of these names adm. at Brasenose College, Oxford, 

1667, age 18. 

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Acton, John 

ACTON, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com at Clare, Jan. 4, 1697-8. 
Of Bramford, Suffolk. S. and h. of John. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Jime 10, 1700. Died unmatried, 1703. Brother of 
William (1701). (Pedigree in Vis. of Suff. 1664; Suffolk 
Manorial Families.) 

ACTON, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, May 21, 1727. 
Matric. 1727; B.A. 1730-1; M.A. 1735. R. of Walton-on-the 
Hill,Surrey,i746-75. DiedJune28,i775, aged63. M.I. there. 

ACTON, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 7, 1609. 
Matric. 1609. Perhaps s. of Valentine, of Northants. 

ACTON, NATHANIEL. Matric. sizar from St Catharine's, 
Easter, 1644; B.A. 1647-8; M.A. 1651. 

ACTON, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 14, 1702. 
B. at Bramford, Suffolk. Matric. 1702-3. 

ACTON, NATHANIEL. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 7, 1743. S. of Nathaniel, of Hemingstone, Suffolk, Esq. 
School, Bury. Died 1795. Buried at Baylham. 

ACTON, RICHARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, Mar. 15, 
1728-9. Of Salop. S. of Sir Whitmore, of Aldenham, Bart. 
B. Jan. 1, 1711-12. Succeeded as Bart. 1732. Diedat Alden- 
ham, Nov. 20, 1791. Buried at Acton. (G.E.C.) 

ACTON, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1572. 

ACTON, THOMAS. Of Trinity. B.A. (? 1589-90). 'Resided 
4 years at Cambridge : since at Tugby and Market Bosworth, 
Leics. B. at Brigstock, Northants., c. 1570. Ord. priest 
(Licbfield) Mar. 8, 1595.' R. of Brocklesby, Lines., 1604-26. 
Buried at Brocklesby, Sept. 12, 1626. {Lib. Cler. Lincoln. 
1614.) 

ACTON, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Clare, Jan. 30, 1700-1. 
S. of John. B. at Bramford, Suffolk. Matric. 1701. M.P. 
for Orford, Suffolk, 1722, 1729. H.Sheriff for Suffolk, 1739. 
Died s.p. 1744. Left £160 towards building the College chapel. 
(Suffolk Manorial Families, 11. 259.) 

ACWORTH, EDWARD. B.A. from St John's, 1563-4; M.A. 
1570. B. at Potton, Beds. Ord. priest (London) Nov. 30, 
1568, age 28; at that time of Streatham, Surrey. 

ACWORTH, GEORGE. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Michs. 
1548. Probably s. of Thomas, Merchant Taylor. B.A. 
1551-2; M.A. 1555; LL.D. 1560-1. Fellow, 1553-62. 
Resided abroad under Queen Mary. Public Orator, 1559- 
60. Admitted advocate, Nov. 3, 1562. Incorp. at Oxford, 
1566. Chancellor and Vicar General of Winchester. Held 
several clerical preferments: Preb. of Southwell, 1559-1566. 
R. of Aston Flamville, Leics., 1560. R. of Freckenham, 
Suffolk, 1561. R. of Wroughton, Wilts. Lost his English 
preferments in 1577; but was made Master of the Faculties 
and Judge of the Prerogative Court of Ireland. Died c. 
1580-2. Probably not the M.P. for Hindon. {D.N.B.; 
Cooper, I. 381 ; Misc. Gen. et Her. 4th S. i. 58.) 

ACWORTH, HENRY. B.A. 1552-3. One of these names, of 
London, adm. at the Inner Temple, 1557: s. of George of 
Potton, Beds. "Customer"of Waterford,i569. Administra- 
tion to cousin John James, 1589. (Misc. Gen. et Her. 4th S. 
1. 58.) 

ACWORTHE, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Nov. 
1550. Perhaps s. of Thomas, Merchant Taylor. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 28, 1562. Merchant Taylor in 1583; 
living 1589. (Peile, 1. 47; Misc. Gen. et Her. 4th S. i. 58.) 

ACWORTH, STEPHEN. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Easter, 
1555 (tmpubes). Perhaps s. of George of Potton. Mentioned 
in State Papers (Irish) as offering to raise troops in Ireland 
Apr. II, 1578. (Misc. Gen. et Her. 4th S. 1. 59, 141.) 

ACWORTH, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Michs. 
1548. 

ACWORTH, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 
1551; B.A. 1553-4 Perhaps s. of Thomas, Merchant Taylor. 
One of these names V. of Wandsworth, Surrey, 1560-1 
Preb of Lichfield, 1561-66. V. of Wrestlingworth, Beds., 
1561-77. V. of Potton, 1562-73. Died 1576 or 1577. (Misc. 
Gen. et Her. 4th S. i. 58, 140.) 

ACWORTH, WILLIAM. S. of George of Potton. B. at Biscott 
Beds. Ord. deacon (London) Nov, 30, 1564; 'student of 
St John's ; aged 23.' V. of Tadlow, Cambs., 1565-7. Perhaps 
y. of Graveney, Kent, 1572-92. V. of Heme HiU. Died 
May 21, 1606. Brass at Ewelme, Oxon. (Misc. Gen. et Her 
4th S. 1. 59. 141) 

ACWORTH, . Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1546. 

ACWORTH, . Scholar of Queens', 1547-9. 

ADAMS, ALEXANDER. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs 
1370; B.A. 1574-5- Ord. deacon (London) Oct. 5 1577' 
aged 25; priest, Oct. 6, 1577. R. of E. Clandon, Suirey 
1590-1620. Died Jan. 1620-1. (Manning's Surrey, in. 50 ) ' 

ADAMS, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 6 i6s2 
Of Yorks. • J • 

ADAMS, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's 
Junei3,i663. S.of Shorland (1620), R. of Treeton, Yorks, B. 



Adams, John 

there. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1663; B.A. 1666-7; M.A. 
1670. One of these names R. of Wickersley, Yorks., 1676- 
1703. R.ofHansworth, 1683-93. Brotherof Michael (1652). 

ADAMS, BENJAMIN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Magdalene, 
Apr. 4, 1692. S.of William. B. at East Hardwick, near Ponte- 
fract. School, Pontefract (private). Matric. 1692; B.A. 
1695-6: M.A. 1699. Ord. priest (London) Nov. 26, 1699. 
Chaplain, East India Co., 1700-6. Died on the voyage home. 
(H. B. Hyde.) 

ADAMS, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, c. July, 
1683. S. of Sir William, Bart., of Sprowston, Norfolk. B. at 
Isleham, Cambs. School, Norwich. Scholar, 1683; matric 
1683; B.A. 1686-7; M.A. 1690. Succeeded as Bart., 1690 
Sheriff of Norfolk, 1694. Died Aug. 12, 1726. (Venn, t. 474.) 

ADAMS, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, July 8, 1731. 

5. of Charles, of Midhurst, Sussex. B. there, Dec. 4, 1711. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric 1731; B.A. 1735-6. 

ADDAMS, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Pembroke, 
1640. B.A. 1643-4. 

ADAM, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 
May 3, 1658. S. of Henry, R. of Rawmarsh, Yorks. B. there. 
School, Rotherham. Matric. 1658; B.A. 1661-2; M.A. 1665. 
Succeeded his father as R. of Rawmarsh, 1667-1700. V. of 
Rotherham, 1697-1701. Buried Feb. 13, 1706, aged 60. 
M.I. Rotherham. (Hunter, 11. 21.) 

ADAMS, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 26, 
1674. S. of John, of Camblesforth, Yorks., aged 9 in 1666. 
Matric. 1675-6. Buried at Drax, July 26, 1703. (M. H. Pea- 
cock; Vis. of Yorks, 1665.) 

ADAMS, CLEMENT. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
1536. B. at 'Buckington,' Warws. c. 1519. Fellow, 1539- 
45; B.A. 1540-1; M.A. 1544. Schoolmaster 'to the King's 
henchmen' at Greenwich, 1552. Died Jan. 9, 1586-7. 
Buried at Greenwich. Author of geographical works. Best 
known by his Navigation and Discovery of the Kingdom of 
Muscovy, 1554. (Cooper, 11. 6; D.N.B.) 

ADAMS, E. (?). Matric. pens, from Clare, c. 1595. 

ADAMS, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, July 8, 
1681. S. of John, carpenter. B. at Cambridge. School, 
Perse, Cambridge. Matric. 1681; B.A. 1685-6. 

ADAMS, EDWARD. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 
1708. S. of John, Provost of King's. B. in London. Matric. 
Easter 1709; B.A. 1712-13; FeUow, 1712; M.A. 1716. Be- 
came insane, died in College, April, 1755. (Harwood.) 

ADAMS, GEORGE. B.A. (? 1607-8); M.A. from King's, 1611. 
Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Mar. 19, 1608-9. One of these names 
R. of Plumpton, Northants., 1611-15. V. of Staverton, 
1615-61. Died July 6, 1661. (Baker, 1. 437.) 

ADAMS, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, May 23, 
1716. S. of George, clerk, of Ireland (probably R. of 
Upton, Hunts, 1703-24). School, Peterborough. B.A. 
1719-20; M.A. 1735. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 13, 1719-20; 
priest, Sept. 23, 1722. Perhaps V. of Sibsey, Lines., 1731-79. 
Author of classical and theological works : The Tragedies of 
Sophocles, 1729, and others. (D.N.B.; Scott-Mayor, in. 301.) 

ADAMS, GEORGE M.A. 1733 (Lit. Reg.). S. of John, Provost 
of King's (1678). One of these names 'of Cambridge.' V. of 
Yapton, Sussex; V. of Walberton, 1732. Preb. of Chichester, 
1736-52. 

ADAMS, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 20) at St John's, May 24, 
1737. S. of Robert, husbandman, of Cambs. B. at Duxford. 
School, Bishop's Stortford. Matric. 1738; B.A. 1740-1; 
M.A. 1772. Ord. deacon (London) Sept. 20, 1741; priest. 
May 29, 1743. K- o* Widdington, Essex, 1757-83- R- of 
Bartlow, Cambs., 1772-75. Chaplain to the Countess of 
Wigton. Perhaps R. of Bonnington, Kent, 1753-7. (Scott- 
Mayor, III. 485.) 

ADAMS. HENRY. Of Michael House. V. of St Michael's, 
Cambridge. Died 1557. Benefactor to Trinity. (Cooper, 1. 
I73-) 

ADAM, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Caius, Michs. 1559. 

ADAM, HENRY. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1620; 
B.A. 1623-4 as Adams; M.A. 1627. Of Lines. One of these 
names, s. of Robert, of Tydd St Mary, Lines., bapt. July 4, 
1602. Perhaps R. of Rawmarsh, Yorks., 1636-66, and V. 
of Dewsbury, 1636-42. (Line. Fed.) 

ADAMS, HUGH. Adm, pens, at St Catharine's, Feb. 26, 1695- 

6. Matric. 1696. Probably s. and h. of John, of London; 
adm. at the Middle Temple, May 7, 1696. 

ADAMS, ISAAC. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Michs. 1571. 

ADAM, JOHN. Fellow of Corpus Christi, 1399. 

ADAMS, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1544. 

One of these names R. of Hardwick, Cambs., 1555. 
ADAMS, JOHN. Matric. Fell.-Com. from St Catharine's, 

Michs. 1555. 



Adams, JohM 



ADAMS, JOHN. Matric. sizar from King's, c. ijgo. 

ADOAMS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 15, 1593. 
Perhaps R. of Naughton, Suffolk, in 1603. 

ADAMS, JOHN. B.A. (? 1603-4); M.A. from Pembroke, 1607, 

ADAMS, JOHN. Adm.sizar (age 17) at St John's, Sept. 15, 1637. 
S. of Thomas, of Nortbwood, Salop. B. there. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. 1637; B.A. 1641-2. One of these 
names (B.A.) P.C. of Coppenhall, Staffs., 1651-1652. 

ADAMS, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 16) at Magdalene, 
Sept. 13, 1648. S. of William, Esq., citizen of London. 
Matric. 1648. Adm. at the Middle Temple, June 14, 1649. 

ADAMS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinitv, June 22, 1649. Of 
Yorkshire. Matric. 1649. Probably s. of Christopher, of 
Camblesforth, Yorks. Age 32 in 1665. Buried at Drax, May 
30, 1700. Father of Christopher (1674). (M. H. Peacock.) 

ADAMS, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Queens', Easter, 1650. Of 
Staffs. One of these names curate of Gayton, Staffs., 1656. 
(Wm Salt, Arch. Soc. 1915.) 

ADAMS, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at St John's. 
May 4, 1670. S. of Sir William, Knt., of Stainsby, near 
Stokesley, Yorks. B. there. School, Worksop. 

ADAMS, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Feb. 10, 1675-6. Of 
Herts. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 1675-6; B.A. 1679- 
80; M.A. 1683. Perhaps R. of Lit. Berkhampstead, Herts., 
1680-1713. R. of Sacomb, 1694-1713. Died 1713. 

ADAMS, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1678. 
B. in London. S. of a Lisbon merchant. Matric. Lent, 1679- 
80; B.A. 1682-3; M.A. 1686; D.D. 1705 {Com. Reg.); Fellow, 
1682; Provost, 1712-9; Vice-chancellor, 1712-3 R. of Hic;h- 
ham, Leics. R. of St Alban's, Wood St, London, 1694. 
Preb. of Canterbury, 1703. Boyle Lecturer, 1703. R. of St 
Bartholomew, London, Canon of Windsor, 1708. R. of 
Horusey, Middlesex, 1711. Chaplain to William III, and 
Anne. Licensed to mairj- Mary Reynolds, of Wingham, Kent, 
Sept. 19, 1710 (H. G. Harrison). Died Jan. 29, 1719-20. 
Father of George (M.A. 1733). (D.N.B. ; Harwood, 48.) 

ADAMS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Apr. 1, 1699. 
Matric. 1699. 

ADAMS, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, Apr. 23, 1703. 
S. of Christopher, of Camblesforth, Yorks., Esq. School, York. 
Matric. 1704; Scholar, 1704. Adm. at Gray's Inn, June 20, 
1704. Married Elizabeth Boynton. Buried at Drax, Feb. 21, 
1748-9. (M. H. Peacock.) 

ADAMS, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Sidney, Apr. 13, 1709. 
S. of William. B. at Newport, Salop. School, Newport. 
Matric. 1710; B.A. 1712-13; Fellow, 1714; M.A. 1716; B.D. 
1723; D-D- 1728 (Com. Reg.). Ord. priest (Ely) Dec. 23, 
1716. Master, Sept. 15, 1730-46; Vice-Chancellor, 1735-6. 
Died Au.i?. 12, 1746. 

ADAMS, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Clare, Mar. 26, 1716. Colleger, 
Eton. B. at Donhead, Wilts. Matric. 1716. 

ADAMS, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, May 14, 1725. 
S. of John, grazier, of Bradfield St George, Suffolk. B. there. 
School, Bury. Matric. 1725; Scholar, 1725-31; B.A. 1728-9; 
Fellow, 1731-8; M.A. 1733. College testimonial for Priest's 
orders, 1738. Died Dec. 14, 1738. (Venn, 11. 22.) 

ADAMS, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Queens', Dec. 26, 1740. Of 
Somerset. Matric. 1740-1; B.A. 1744-5. Ord. priest (Cant.) 
1746. One of these names R. of Dingley, Northants, 1751-4. 
R. of Cos ton, Leics. ,1754 ; but resided at Maidwell, Northants. 

ADAMS, JOHN. Adm. at Corpus Ciiristi, Oct. 28, 1751. 
Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 19) at St John's, June i, 1753. 1st s. of 
Samuel, Esq., of America. B. in Barbadoes. School, Barba- 
does. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 27, 1753. 

ADAMS, JOHN BOYNTON. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
.Nov. 24, 1749. Of Dublin. 

ADAMS, LEWIS. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Easter, 1612; 
B.A. 1616-7. Minister in Bucks. (PeiU, i. 288.) 

ADAM, MICHAEL. Matric. sizar from St John's, c. 1594; 
B.A. 1597-8; M.A. 1601. Ord. deacon and priest (London) 
Aug. 24 and 25, 1598. V. of Bacon's Portion, Dengie, Essex, 
1605. 

ADAMS, MICHAEL. Adm. pens, (age 15) at St John's, Oct. 
22, 1652. S. of Shorland (1620), clerk, of Woodlathes, 
Yorks. School, Rotherham. Matric. 1652; B.A. 1656-7; 
M.A. 1660; B.D. 1667. Fellow, 1659. R- of Ilketsball St 
John, Suffolk, 1661-4. Succeeded his father as R. of 
Treeton, Yorks., 1664-80. Died Dec. 27, 1680. M.I. at 
Brassington, Derbs. 

ADAMS, NATHANIEL. M.A. 163a (Incorp. from Oxford). 
ADAMS, PETER. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1573. 

ADAMS, RALPH. Matric. pens, from Magdalene. Easter, 
1613; B.A. 1616-7. Perhaps R. of Wallasey, Cheshire, 1635. 



Adams, Thoma^ 

ADAMS, RICE. M.A. from Pembroke, 1681. Matric. from 
Hart Hall, Oxford, March 3, 1674-5, age 18. S. of Rice, of 
Mere, Wilts. B.A. (Oxford), 1678. R. of Donhead St Mary, 
Wilts., 1693. Preb. of Sahsbury, 1706. Died April 8, 1738. 
Author, Sermons, 1708. (Al. Oxon.) 

ADAMS, RICE. Adm. pens, at Clark, Feb. 24, 1710-11. B. at 
Heytesbury, Wilts. Matric. 1711; B.A. 1717-8. 

ADAMS, RICHARD. Adm. at Kino's (age 17) a scholar from 
Eton, Aug. 22, 1551. B. at Knapwell, Cambs. Fellow, 
1554-61; B.A. 1555-6; M.A. 1559. Perhaps V. of Sparsholt. 
Hants., till 1577. WUl, P.C.C. 

ADAMS, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at Sidney, Oct. 19, 1619. 
B. at Milton Abbot, Devon. School, Milton Abbas (? Abbot). 
Matric. 1619. 

ADAM, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Caius, Feb. 26, 1622-3, 
age 15. Of Harston, Cambs. S. of Richard, gent. School' 
Perse. Matric. 162^; Scholar, 1624-S; B.A. 1626-7 (Adamsi; 
M.A. 1630; D.D. 1631 (Lit. Reg.). R. of Digswell, Herts., 
1648-64. Died Apr. 4, 1664. (Venn, i. 261.) 

ADAMS, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at Petkrhouse, Apr. 17. 
1626. Of Herts. 

ADAMS, RICHARD. M.A. 1632 (Incorp. from Oxford). 
Probably, 'Of Sussex; matric. from New College, Oxford, 
Oct. 26, 1604, age 22; B.A. 1608; M.A. 1012' Probably 
Fellow of Peterhouse, 1633. (Al. Oxon.) 

ADAMS, RICHARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St Catharine's, 
1635. Of London. S. of Sir Thomas, alderman of London. 
B. Jan. 6, 1619-20. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1639. Collector 
and author of verses, in the Karl, mss., 3889. Died June 13 
1661. (D.N.B.) 

ADAMS, RICHARD. M.A. 1652 (Incorp. from Oxford). 
S. of Charles, clerk, of Woodchurch, Cheshire. Matric. at 
Oxford, June 3, 1647 (after several terms at Cambridge); 
B.A. 1648; M.A. 1651. Fellow of Brasenose, 1649-55. R. of 
St Mildred, Bread St, 1655; ejected 1662. Became Noncon- 
formist pastor in Southwark. Author. Died Feb. 7, 1697-8. 
The D.N.B. is wrong in assigning him the Camb. M.A. in 
1644. (Al. Oxon.; D.N.B.) 

ADAMS, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at Clare, June 10, 1736. 
B. in Cambridge. Matric. 1735; B.A. 1739-40. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) Feb. 22, 1740-1. 

ADAM, ROBERT. Described as M.A. (? Cambridge) when 
V. of Haslingfield, Cambs., 1473. 

ADAMS, ROBERT. B.A. 1511-2. 

ADAM, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Feb. 19, 
1611-2. S. of John, R. of Norton, Suffolk. School, Bury. 
Matric. 1612 as Adams; Scholar, 1613-5. 

ADAMS, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Magdalene, 1658, age 16. 
S. of William, of Longdon, Salop. School, Shrewsbury. 
Matric. 1660-1; B.A. 1662-3. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 24, 
1664. C. of Doddington, Cambs. (Pedigree m Vis. of 
Shropshire.) 

ADAMS, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, April 23, 
1673. Matric. 1675; B.A. 1676-7. 

ADAM, SAMUEL. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1579; 
B.A. from Trinity as Adams, 1582-3; M.A. 1586. 

ADAMS, SAMUEL. Adm. pens at Queens', June 5, 1662. Of 
Lines. Matric. 1662; B.A. 1665-6; M.A. i66q. Ord. deacon 
(Ely) Dec. 18, 1669. Incorp. at Oxford, 1670. B.D. (Oxford) 
1677; incorp. at Cambridgo, 1679. V. of Culham, Oxon., 
1674-9. Perhaps R. of Barrowden, Rutland, i68.i-6. (Al. 
Oxon.) 

ADAMS, SHORLAND. Matric pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1620; B.A. 1623-4; M.A. 1627. R. of Eyam, Derbs., 1630. 
R. of Treeton, Yorks, 1642-4 and 1660-4. Died Apr. 11, 
1664. M.I. at Treeton. Father of Benjamin (1663) and 
Michael (1652). (Hunter, Hallamshire.) 

ADAMS, SILVESTER. M.A. 1632 (incorp. from Oxford). S. of 
Walter, clerk, of Presteign, Radnor. Matric. from Merton 
College, Oxford, May 9, 1628, age 19; B.A 1628; M.A. 1631. 
V. of Rustington, Sussex, 1636; of Rudgwick, 1637, seques- 
tered, 1646. (Al. Oxon.) 

ADAMS, SIMON or SIMOND. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 
1608; B.A. (? 1611-2); M.A. as 'Samuel,' 1615. 

ADAMS, SIMON. Matric. pens, (age 16) from Pembroke, Easter, 
1619. S. of Simon, of Amwell, Herts. B.A. 1622-3; M.A. 
1626. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Feb. 22, 1627-8. R. of Aston-le- 
Walls, Northants., i627-73- Buried there, Aug. 5, 1673, 
aged 71. M.I. (Baker, 11. 32.) 

ADAM, THOMAS. B.A. 1482-3 as Hadam; M.A. i486; B.D. 
1496-7; D.D. 1502. 

ADAM, THOMAS. University Bedell, i5ai-53. WiU proved 
(V.C.C.) 1555. • To be buried in All Hallows, Cambridge, with 
his father.' (Stokes, BedelU, 75.) 

ADAMS, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Micbt. 1564; 
B.A. 1568-9. 



Adams, Thomas 

ADAM, THOMAS. Matric. siiar from Trinity, c. 1594; B.A. 
1599-1600. as Adams; M.A. 1603. Fellow, 1602. Taxor, 
1615; Proctor. 1622-3. V. of Gt. Abington, Cambs. 1611-33. 
Perhaps s. of William, of Camblesforth, Yorks. Will proved, 
July I, 1646. (Vis. of Yorks., 1666.) 

ADAMS, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Lent, 1597-8; 
B.A. from Clare, 1601-2; M.A. 1606. Ord. deacon and 
priest (Lincoln) Sept. 23, 1604. Signs as minister of Nor- 
thill, Beds., i6o6-io. V. of Willington, Beds., 1612. V. 
of Wincrrave, Bucks., 1614-36. Preacher at St Gregory's 
under St Paul's, 1618-23. Chaplain to Sir H. Montague, 
Lord Chief Justice. Died before the Restoration. Author 
of many religious works. According to Southey, ' the prose 
Shakespeare of Puritan theologians.' {D.N.B.) 

ADAMS, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Sidney, May, 1600; B.A. 
1605-6. Probably the founder of the Arabic Professorship. 
If so, bom c. 1586, at Wem, Salop. Became a citizen and 
draper of London. Master of their Company, 1639. Lord 
Mayor, 1645. Suffered imprisonment for his loyalty. Created 
Bart.1660. Founded a school at Wem. Buried Mar. 10, 1667-8. 
M.I. at Sprowston, Norfolk; which states that he was a Cam- 
bridge graduate. (D.N.B. ; Le Neve, Afon. iv. 127; Endow- 
ments.) 

ADAMS, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Easter, 1603; 
B.A. 1605-6; M.A. 1609. One of these names (M.A.) R. of 
Bodney, Norfolk, 1620. 

ADAMS, THOMAS. B.A. from Magdalene, 1605-6. Possibly 
the same as the last but one. 

ADAM, THOMAS. LL.B. from Trinity Hall, 1607-8. 

ADAM, THOMAS. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1618. Of Essex. 

ADAMS, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1620; 
B.A. 1624-5. Probably ordained deacon (B.A.) by Bp. 
Morton, of Lichfield, Sept. 20, 1628. P.C. of Rushton chapel, 
Staffs., 1639; of Blurton chapel, 1649-52; at Trentham, 
1656-67. Buried there. Mar. 27, 1667. Will proved (Lich- 
field), June 12, 1667. (Wm Salt, Arch. Sac. 1915, p. 292.) 

ADAMS, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, Easter, 
1629; B.A. 1632-3; M.A. 1636. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Sept. 25, 1636; C. of Paston; priest, Sept. 24, 1637. 

ADAMS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 13, 1651. Of 
Yorks. S. of William. School, Westminster. Matric. 1651; 
Scholar, 1651. Thos. Adams, 2nd s. of William, of Owston, 
Yorks., Esq., adm. at Gray's Inn, Apr. 12, 1654. Author of 
Latin verses. 

ADAMS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Apr. 28, 
1671. S. of Sir William, Knt., deceased, of Stainsby, near 
Stokesley, Yorks. B. there. School, Worksop. Matric. 1671. 
Adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 2, 1671-2 as s. of William of 
Scawsby, Yorks., deceased. Brother of John (1670). Barrister, 
1679. Ancient, 1701. Bencher, 1705. Recorder of York, 
1713. Died Apr. 7, 1722, aged 66. (Vis. of Yorks., 1665; 
J. Foster, Gray's Inn.) 

ADAMS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, Nov. 15, 1678. Of 
Sprowston, Norfolk. S. of Sir William, Bart. Matric. 1678. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, Feb. 3, 1682. Succeeded as 
Bart. 1687. Died, 1690. 

ADAM, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Mar. 23, 
1687-8. S.ofChristopher(i658), clerk. B. at Rawmarsh, near 
Rotherham, Yorks. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1688; B.A. 
1691-2. Ord. deacon (London) Mar. 4, 1693-4. Perhaps V. 
of Leeds, 1701. 

ADAMS, THOMAS, Adm. sizar (age 19) at Sidney, June 22, 
1 701. Previously at Magdalene. S. of Francis, surgeon. 
B. at Newport, Salop. School, Newport. Matric. 1701; B.A. 
1704-5. Chaplain to the Countess of Clare. R. of Ightfleld, 
Salop, 1708-21. V. of St Chad's, Shrewsbury, 172 1-2. 
Died 1722. Al. Oxon. suggests that he was M.A. at Oriel, 
Oxford, 1705. 

ADAM, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, Apr. 14, 
1720. S. of Henry, town clerk of Leeds, Yorks. B. there. 
School, Wakefield. Matric. 1720; Scholar, 1721. Migrated to 
Hart Hall, Oxford, 1722; B.A. (Oxford) 1723-4. Ord. priest 
(Lmcoln) Mar. 6, 1725-6, R. of Winteringham, Lines., 
1724-84. Died there. Mar. 31, 1784. One of the early 
'Evangelical' party. Author, PrivaU Thoughts on Religion, 
etc. (D.N.B.; PeiU.u.igy.) ' 

ADDAMS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, June 10, 
1729. S. of Abraham, of London. School, Eton. Matric. 
1729; Scholar, 1730; M.B. 1734; M.D. 1739. F.R.C.P. 1741. 
Physician to St Thomas's Hospital, 1749-59. Died Apr. 26, 
1785. Buried at St Lawrence, Reading. (Munk, 11. 148.) ' 

ADAMS, WALTER. Adm. pens, (age 15) at St John's, Apr. 13, 
1637. S. of John, retail dealer, of Newport, Salop. B. there. 
School, Sevenoaks, Kent (private). Matric. from Emmanuel, 
Easter, 1637; B.A. 1640-1; M.A. 1644; B.D. 1651. Fellow 
of Emmanuel, 1645. 

ADAM, WILLIAM. B.A. 1466-7. 



Adamson, Richard 

ADAM, WILLIAM. Scholar at King's Hall, 1474. Probably 
B.Can.L. 1489. WiU proved (V.C.C.) 1504. V. of Abington 
Pigott, Cambs., 1486-1487; left for Wykes, Lines. 

ADAMS, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 1564; 
B.A. 1567-8. Perhaps V. of Earls Colne, Essex, 1575-1609. 

ADAMS, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Easter, 
1579; B.A. from Clare, 1582-3, as Adam. 

ADAMS, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, c. i597; 
B.A. 1600-1. 

ADAMS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 12, 1640. 
Matric. 1640. Migrated to Clare Hall; thence, B.A. 1645. 

ADAMS, WILLIAM. M.A. 1643-4 (Incorp. from Oxford). 
Probably s. of William, of Hereford. Matric. at Oxford, 
Nov. 25, 1631, age 19; B.A. 1634; M.A. 1637. V. of Felton, 
Hereford, 1637. R. of Welsh Bicknor, 1641. 

ADAMS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 30, 1644. 
Matric. 1644. S. and h. of John, of St Dunstans-in-the-West, 
gent. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 26, 1646. 

ADAMS, WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Emmanuel, Oct. 9, 
1651. Of Middlesex. Matric. 165 1. Probably s. of Thomas, 
of London, alderman. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 29, 
1654. Succeeded his father as Baronet, 1667. Died 1687. 

ADAMS, WILLIAM. Incorp. M.A. 1676; from Balliol College, 
Oxford. S. of William, of Wallford, Herefords., clerk. 
Matric. (Oxford) May 11, 1663, age 16; B.A. 1666-7; M.A. 
1670. (Al. Oxon.) 

ADAMS, WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Clare, May 19, 1677. 
OfLondon. Perbapss. of William (1651). Died in his father's 
lifetime. 
■ ADAMS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, June 28, 
1687. S. of William, gent. B. at Battersea, Surrey. School, 
Peterborough. Died in College. Buried at All Saints', Cam- 
bridge, Oct. 24, 1687. 

ADAMS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Caius, June 30, 
1698. S. of William, clerk, of Pentney, Norfolk. B. at 
Walton, Norfolk. School, King's Lynn. Matric. 1698; 
Scholar, 1698-1703; B.A. 1701-2; M.A. 1706. Ord. priest 
(Norwich) Sept. 1703. R. of RoUesby, Norfolk, 1708-42. 
C. of Clippesby, 1709. Died 1742. (Venn, i. 501.) 

ADAMS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, May 16, 
1733. S. ofWilliam[i698],R.ofRollesby, Norfolk. B. there. 
Schools, Yarmouth and Norwich. Matric. 1734; B.A. 1736- 
7; M.A. from Clare, 1740; Scholar, 1733; Fellow of Clare, 
1738. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 24, 1738; asC. of Hock- 
wold. Ord. priest, June, 1740. R. of RoUesby, 1742-1801. 
V. of Stalham, 1744. Died Apr. 13, i8oi. (Venn, 11. 37.) 

ADAM, . B.Civ.L. 1478. 

ADAM, , D.Can.L. 1479. 

ADAM, . B.A. 1492. 

ADAMS, . Adm, at Magdalene, May 6, 1701. 

ADAMSON, BRIAN. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Easter, 
1574; B.A. 1581-2. R. of Shereford, Norfolk, 1585. 

ADAMSON, DANIEL. M.A. from Queens', 1726. S. of Joseph, 
of London. Matric. at Pembroke CoUege, Oxford, Mar. 22, 
1698-9, age 16; B.A. (Oxford), 1702. V. of Worfield, 
Salop, 1707. (Al. Oxon.) 

ADAMSON, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 
1588. 

ADAMSON, GEORGE. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Easter, 
1606. 

ADAMSON, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, Oct. 12, 
1747. S. of Christopher, gent., of Wereham, Norfolk. B. at 
West Dereham. Schools, Northwold and Watton (private). 
Matric. 1748; B.A. 1752; Scholar, 1747-53- Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) June 17, 1753, as C. of Hockwold, Norfolk; priest, 
Dec. 22, 1754, as C. of Sloley and Crostwright. R. of Crost- 
wight. 1754-6; of Sloley, 1754-83; of Barton St Andrew, 
1755-83. V. of W. Dereham, 1765-83. Died Sept. 29, 1783. 
(Venn, 11. 60.) 

ADAMSON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Clare, Lent, 1577-8. 

ADAMSON, JOHN, Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 1615. 

ADAMSON, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 15) at St John's, Feb. 19, 
1644-5. S. of John, attorney, of Spalding, Lines. School, 
Spalding. Matric. 1645; B.A. 1648-9; M.A. 1652. 

ADAMSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Apr. 13, 1661. 
S. of James, R. of Teigh, Rutland. B. there. Schools, Sleaford, 
Lines., and Lynn. Matric. 1661; B.A. 1664-5; M.A. 1668. 
Scholar, 1661-7. Ord. deacon (London) 1666; priest (Lin- 
coln) Feb. 7, 1669-70. Preb. of Lincoln, 1700-18. R. of 
Burton Goggles, Lines., 1669-1718. Author, Sermons. 
Brother of William, 1644. (Venn, t. 411.) 

ADAMSON, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Sx John's, Easter, 
1570. Ord. deacon and priest (Chester) Sept. 29, 1570. Per- 
haps V. of Barkestone, Leics., 1572. V. of Sandridge, Herts., 
1574- R. of Binbrooke St Mary, Lines., 1576-c. 1619. 



Adamson, Richard 

ADAMSON, RICHARD. Matric. sicar from St John's, Easter, 
1618; B.A. 1621-j; M.A. 1625. 

ADAMSON, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, March 6, 
1676-7. Matric. 1677; B.A. i68o-r; M.A. 1684. Ord.deacon 
(London) Mar. 16, 1684-5. R. oi E. Lydford, Somerset, 
1691-9. R. of Barnston, Essex, 1699-1724- Died 1724. 

ADAMSON, THOMAS. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1620. Of Lin- 
colnshire. Matric. pens. 1621; B.A. 1623-4; M.A. 1627. 

ADAMSON, TIMOTHY. Adm.sizarat Jesus, March 13, 1654-5- 

OfSufiolk. S. of William, clerk. Bapt.atDenham, Apr. 1637. 

School, Bury. Matric. 1656; Scholar, 1659; B.A. 1658-9; 

M.A. 1662. R. of Wordwell, Suffolk, 1662-1716. Buried at 

Homingsheath, Apr. 1716, aged 79. {Bury Gr. School.) 
ADAMSON, WALTER. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 

Dec. 22, 1638. S. of Walter, brewer, of Chelmsford, Essex. 

B. there. School, Chelmsford. Matric. 1639; B.A. 1642-3; 

M..^. 1646. 
ADAMSON, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Pembroke, Michs. 

1554. Of Richmondshire. B.-A. 1557-8; M.A. 1561. Fellow, 

1558. R. of Girton, Cambs., 1561-73. V. of Saxthorpe, 

Norfolk, 1563. Died 1599. (Loder, 231.) 
ADAMSON, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 

1579. Of Staffs. B.A. 1583-4; M.A. 1587. FeUow, 1587. 

Ord. deacon and priest (Peterb.) Mar. 31, 1588. 
ADAMSON, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 

162S; B.A. 1631-2; M.A. 1635. V, of Laxfield, Suffolk. 
ADAMSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 14) at Caius, June 24, 

1644. S. of James, R. of Teigh, Rutland. Schools, Lynn 

and Oakham. Matric. 1644; Scholar, 1647-50; B.A. 1647-8; 

M.A. 1651; FeUow, 1651-69. University preacher, 1666. 

Ord. deacon and priest (Lincohi) July 12, 1662. R. of Weeting, 

Norfolk, 1669-82. R. of St John, Maddermarket, Norwich. 

Buried there, 1707. Brother of John (1661). (Venn, i. 352.) 
ADAMSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Mar. 31, 

1674. Of Lines. Matric. 1674. 
ADAMSON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, June ir, 

1724. S. of Christopher, attorney, of Wereham, Norfolk. 

B. there. Schools, Stoke (private) and Bexwell (private). 

Matric. 1724; Scholar, 1724-30; B.A. 1727-8; M.A. 1732- 

Fellow, 1730-47. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Feb. 22, 1729-30; 

priest, Mar. 14, 1730-1. R. of Hockwold and Wilton, 1746- 

81. Died Sept. 4, 1781. (Venn, 11. 21.) 

ADAMSON, . B.Can.L. 1502-3. 

ADCOCK, HENRY. B.A. 1505-6. 

ADCOCKE, JOHN. Matric. pens from Christ's, May, 1571; 

B.A. 1574-5; M.A. 1578. 
ADCOCK, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Apr. 3, 1712. 

S. of Thomas, husbandman. B. at Market Overton, Rutland. 

School, Oakham. Matric. 1712; B.A. 1715-6; M.A. 1719; 

Fellow, 1718-22. Ord. priest (Lincoln) Dec. 24, 1721. R. of 

Aunsby, Lines., 1721. Master of Oakham Grammar 

School, 1724-53. R. of Isham Superior, Ruts., 1749-53. 

Died 1753. 
ADCOCK, JOHN. Adm. at Emmanuel, July 6, 1739- S. of 

John, clerk. Master of Oakham School. Matric. 1739; B.A. 

1743-4. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 1745; priest (Lincoln) 

June 14, 1747. R. of Eastwell, Kent, 1747-66. Died 1766. 
ADCOCK, RICHARD. B.Can.L. 1525-6. R. of Brinkley, 

Cambs., till his death, 1538. 
ADCOCK, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Lent, 

1557-8. 
ADCOCK, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at Queens', Feb. 9, 1620-1. 

Of Leics. 
ADCOCKE, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Sidney, Jan. 23, 

i66i-2. S. of Giles, weaver. B. at Oakham, Rutland. 

School, Oakham. Matric. 1662; B.A. 1665-6; M.A. 1669. 

Ord. priest (Lincoln) Sept. 20, 1668. V. of Louth, Lines., 

1668. Incorp. at Oxford, 1669. R. of Gayton-le-Marsh, 1671. 

R. of Withem, 1691. (Al. Oxon.) 
ADCOCK, THOMAS. B.A. 1505-6. 
ADCOCK, THOMAS. B.A. 1507-8, as Hadcock; M.A. 1511. 

FeUow of Queens', 1510-3. Ord. acolyte (Carlisle) Feb. 

1509-jo. 
ADCOCK, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Michs. 1575. 
ADDENBROOKE, BENJAMIN. Adm. peas, at Clare, Irfay 13, 

1741. B. at Chesterton, Hunts. Matric. 1741; B.A. X744-5; 

M.A., 1749. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 22, 1745; pnest, 

June 14, 1747 R. of Folksworth, Hunts., 1751-81, Died 

1781. 
ADDENBROOKE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 

May 6, 1671. S. of Roger Addenbrooke, of Kingswinford, 

SuSs. B. 1652. Matric. 1674; B.A. 1674-3; M.A. 1678. R- 

of Upper Sapey, Hereford, 1683-1724. V. of Wolferlow, 

Hereford, 1703. Died Jan. 22, 1724. (Burke, L. G.) 



Addison, JameS 

ADDENBROOKE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Dec. 13, 1697. Of Kingswinford, SUffs. S. of Samuel, R. of 
West Bromwich, Staffs. Matric. 1698; B.A. 1701-2; Fellow, 
1704; M.A. 1705; M.L. 1708; M.D. 1712. Adm. extra- 
licentiate R.C.P., Sept. 3, 1706. Practised in Cambridge. 
Founder of Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge. Died 17 19, 
June 7 M.I. in St Catharine's College Chapel. Author: A 
Short Essay on Freethinhing. (Burke, L. G. ; D.N.B. ; Munk, 
II. 14.) 

ADDENBROOK, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, July 6, 
1707- Of Hereford. S. of John (1671). Matric. 1708; B.A. 
1711-2; M.A. 1715; Fellow, 1716-31; D.D. 1748. Ord. 
deacon (London) June 12, I7i5;priest (Ely) June 16,1717. R. 
of Sapey, 1727. R. of Sudbury, Derbs., 1736. Dean of Lich- 
field, 1745. R. of Ashby, Norfolk, 1747. Died Feb. 25, 1776. 

ADDENBROOKE, JOHN. M.A. 1710 (LU. Reg.). S. of John, of 
Newport, Salop, gent. Matric. from Christ Church, Oxford, 
June 12, 1702, age 19; B.A. (St Mary Hall), 1706-7. 
R. of Sutton, Salop, 1724. R. of Upper Sapey, Heref., 
1725- (Al. Oxon.) 

ADDENBROOKE, NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
July 9, 1726. S. of Nicholas, R. of Chesterton, Hunts. 
Matric. 1727; LL.B. 1732. Ord. deacon (Lincoln), Mar. 2, 
J734-5 ; priest, June 1, 1735. R. of Glatton, Hunts., 1735-78. 
Died, 1778. 

ADDENBROOKE, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
Dec. 1, 1702. S. of Nicholas, clerk. B. at Chesterton, Hunts. 
Matric. 1703 ; B.A. 1706-7 ; M.A. 1716. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
June 8, 1707; priest (Ely) Dec. 19, 1708. R. of Haddon, 
Hunts., 1708-51. R. of Glatton, 1726-35. R. of Folksworth, 
1739-51- Died 1752. 

ADDENBROOK, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, 
Sept. 2, 1704. 

ADDENBROOKE, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
March 13, 1730-1. Of Chesterton, Hunts. Matric. 1732. 

ADDENBROOKE, THOMAS. Matric. from St Catharine's, 
Easter, 1707; B.A. 1708-9. 

ADDERLEY, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Sidney, June 14, 
1625. S. of William, mercer, deceased. B. at Aldermanbury 
Street, London. School, Ockingham (? Wokingham), Berks. 
Matric. 1625. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Sept. 10, 1628. 

ADDERLEY, RICHARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at St 
John's, June 23, 1651. S. of Ralph. Esq., of Cotton, Staffs. 
B. at Mickleover, Derby. School, Repton. Adm. at Gray's 
Inn, June 30, 1651. Of Cotton, Staffs., J. P. (Staffs. Pedigrees.) 

ADDERLEY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 22, 1699. 
B. at Chelsea, Middlesex. Matric. 1699; B.A. 1702-3. Ord. 
priest (Lincoln) May 30, 1708. C. of Tydd St Mary, Lines. 
R. of Cadeby, Leicester, 1719. Died May 1736, aged 54. 

ADDERLEY, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, 
Nov. 8, 1725. S. of Edward, of Bowers, Stafis. School, 
Trentham. Matric. 1725. 

ADDERLEY, THOMAS EYRE. Matric. Fell.-Com. from King's, 
Easter, 1650. S. and h. of William of Bumbam, Bucks., 
gent. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Dec. 2, 1651. 

ADERLEY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 17, 163a. 
Matric. 1632. One of these names M.P. for New Windsor, 
Berks., 1689. Died 1693. 

ADDERLEY, WOLSTAN. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Queens', May 20, 
1664. Of Warws. S. of John, of Weddington, Esq. Suc- 
ceeded his father there. Aged 39 in 1683. Matric. 1664. 
(Vis. of Warws.) 

ADDERSLEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 33, 1619. 
Of Cheshire. 

ADDINGTON, CHARLES. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1716. Of 
London. B.A. 1719-20; M.A. 1723. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
May 23, 1725; priest (London) Sept. 25, 1726. R. of Litch- 
borough, Northants., 1727-81. V. (of med.) of Pattishall, 
1748-81. Died Oct. 31, 1781, aged 81. M.I. at Litchborough. 
Father of William (i745)- (Baker, i. 411.) 

ADDINGTON, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1628. 
Of Devon. 

ADDINGTON, WILLIAM. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1745. S. of 
Charles,clerk,of Litchborough, Northants. B. there. Matric. 
1745; B.A. 1749-50. Entered the army as a Comet in Gen. 
Burg'oyne's Regiment. Resigned his commission on his mar- 
riage. Procured an appointment in Bow Street Office under 
Sir John Fielding and ultimately became Chief Magistrate of 
the police in London. Knighted for his public services, 1797, 
Author. DiedApr.7, i8ii,atBath,aged83. (B<»*«r,l. 412.) 

ADDISON, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. sizar from Queens' as 
Adyson, Easter, 1553. Will of one of these names proved 
(V.C.C.) 1557- 

ADDISON, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, June 27, 
1713 S. of James, clerk. B. at Rotherham. School, Sed- 
bergh. Matric. 1713; B.A. 1716-7; M.A. 1720. V. of Wistow, 
Vorks., 1720. Died Sept. 16, 1721, aged 35. (Gent's Ripon. 



Addison, John 

ADDISON, JOHN. Of York diocese. B.A. 1504-5 (ist in the 
ordo); M.A. 1509; B.D 1515; D.D. 1523. FeUow of Pem- 
broke, 1505. Extra principal of St Thomas's Hostel. 
Preacher, 1512. Ord. sub-deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 7, 1506-7. 
Chaplain to Bishop Fisher. Deprived for supposed com- 
plicity with the 'Maid of Kent.' WUl (P.C.C.) 1540. 'Of 
Cumberland, and Loughboro.' Author, theological. (Cooper, 
I. 68; D.N.B.) 

ADDISON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, June 23. 
1632. S. of Anthony. B. at Egglestone, Durham. School, 
Morpeth. Adm. at Gray's Inn, June 12, 1635. Died June, 
1644. (Peile, I. 421; Vis. of Northumb., 1666.) 

ADDISON, LEONARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Pembroke, 
Apr. 17, 1716. S. of Leonard, Attorney. B. at Hull, Yorks. 
Matric. 1716; B.A. 1719-20; Fellow, 1722; M.A. 1723; 
Proctor, 1736-7; D.D. 1753. Ord. deacon (Ely) June 9, 1723; 
priest, March, 1723-4. R. of Hatley St George, Cambs., 
1733-5- V. of Waresley, Hunts., 1735-45- V. of Saxthorpe, 
Norfolk, 1744-72. R. of Cawston, 1747-72. R. of Salle, 
1747-72. Died Mar. i, 1772- (G. Mag.). 

ADDISON or ADDINSON, PHILIP. Matric. sizar from Queens', 
Michs. 1613. Of Cambridge. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 19; 
priest, Sept. 25, 1614. 

ADDISON, RALPH. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 17, 1612. 
Matric. 1613. Of Normanby, Yorks. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, 1615. 

ADDISON, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, May 29, 1714- 
Of Herts. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 22, 1718; priest 
(Norwich) Sept. 1722. 

ADDISON, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Christ's, 1597-8. 
Of Cumberland. B.A. 1600-1; M.A. 1604; Fellow, 1604-16; 
B.D. 1612. Incorp. at Oxford, 1610. Taxor, 1609. Junior 
Proctor, i6io. R. of Tydd St Mary, Lincoln, 1614-5. Rv of 
Brampton Ash, Northants., 1615-35. R. of Whitfield, 
Northimiberland, 1631. Donor to New Building. Will 
proved (P.C.C.) 1653; of Brampton and Cambridge. {Al. 
Oxon.; Peile, 1. 225.) 

ADISON, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from St John's, Eastei, 
1623; B.A. 1626-7, 

ADDISON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Apr. 26, 1640. 
Of Lanes. Matric. 1640; B.A. 1645. 

ADDISTER, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Easter, 
1612. Matric. 1612. 

ADEN, CLEMENT. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Easter, 1545. 

ADEY, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Nov. 14, 1620. 
Of Essex. Matric. 1621; B.A. 1624-5; M.A. 1628. Adm. 
extra-licentiate R.C.P. Sept. 7, 1631. Of Wethersfield. 
Practised in Essex. (Munk, i. 204.) 

ADYE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Clare, Michs. 1576. 

ADYE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Jesus, c. 1595. 

ADEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 1625. Matric. 1625. 
One of these names, s. and h. of John, of the Middle Temple, 
adm. at the Middle Temple, June 30, 1626. 

ADY or ADIE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 
1679; B.A. 1682-3. 

ADIE, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, Feb. 29, 1736-7. 
Of Stafiordsbire. Matric. 1737; Scholar, 1737. 

ADEY, NICHOLAS. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 1550. 
Probably V. of Rugeley, SUffs., 1575-1620. Ord. priest by 
Bp Beutbam. Described, in 1604, as 'Scholaris ruralis: in 
sacris Uteris bene exercitatus. ... no preacher, gamester, 
drunkard.' He was fined for playing dice and bowls, etc. 
Buried Jan. 13, 1619-20. (Wm Salt, Arch. Sac. 1915.) 

ADY, NICHOLAS. Matric. pens, from Jesus, c. 1590. One of 
these names of Staple Inn, gent., adm. at Gray's Inn, 1615. 

ADEE, NICHOLAS. M.A. from Peterhouse, 1669. Of Wilts. 
Matric. (Magdalen Hall, Oxford), June 24, 1653 ; B.A.(Oxford) 
1662. V. of St Paul's, Malmesbury, 1667. V. of Rodbome 
Cheney, WUte., 1671. Died 1701. \AI. Oxon.; T. A. Walker, 
139-) 

ADDYE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. 6, 1572, age 20. 
Of Wath, Yorks. S. of William, deceased. Schools, Rother- 
ham and Worsbrough. Matric. 1572. 

ADDYE, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Caius, Oct. 9, 1596. 
S. of Nicholas, clerk. Of Rugeley, Staffs. B.A. 1600-1. Prob- 
ably V. of Lullington, Derbs., 1605-9. 

ADYE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Caius, May 19, 1696. S. of 
John, of Horstead, Norfolk. B. there. School, North 
Walsham. Matric. as Ayde, 1697; Scholar, 1696-8. Adm. 
at Lincohi's Inn, Feb. 4, 1698-9. (Venti, i. 498.) 

ADYE, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Easter, 
1588; B.A. 1590-1. 

ADY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Easter, 1624. 
Matric. 1624; B.A. 1627-8; M.A. 1631. \\xthoT, Perfect Dii- 
covery of WiUhes (1656, 1661). 



Agar, Andrew 

ADY, THOMAS. Adm. scholar (age 18) at Sidney, Apr. 17, 1665. 
ist s. of Thomas, gent. B. at Weathersfield, Essex. School, 
Felstead. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 28, 1667. 

ADIE, WILLIAM, King's, Scholar, 1474; B.A. 1476-7. Fellow. 

ADE, . Doctor of some faculty, 1497-8, 

ADDYES, JOHN. Adm. at St Catharine's, July 29, 1702. 

ADDYES, THOMAS. Adm. at St Catharine's, July 29, 1702. 
S. of John, of Moorhall, Warws., Esq. Matiic. 1702-3; B.A. 
1706-7. Will proved (V.C.C.) 1715. 

ADKIN, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, Mar. 22, 
1731-2. S. of William, mercer, of Downham Market, Norfolk. 
B. there. School, Bexwell (private). Matric. 1732-3; 
Scholar, 1732-9; B.A. 1735-6; M.A. 1739. Fellow, 1739-50. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln), Sept. 25, 1737; priest (Bristol) Mar. 2, 
1739-40- R- of Weeting, Norfolk, 1749-73. R. of W. Tofts, 
Norfolk, 1761-73 Died June 1, 1773. (Venn, 11. 35.) 

ADKYNS, THOMAS. Described as 'M.A. of Cambridge,' when 
incorp. at Oxford, July 12, 1580. No such Cambridge degree. 

ADLAM, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Clare, July 5, 1637. Matric. 
1637; B.A. 1640-1. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 8, 1642. 

ADLARD or ADLERD, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 18, 1645. Of Lines. Matric. 1645; B.A. 1648-g; Incorp. 
at Oxford, 1649. Fellowof Lincoln College, 1650; M.A.1651; 
Incorp. at Cambridge, 1652. R. of Warblington, Hants, 1663. 
(Al. Oxon.) 

ADLARD, MICHAEL. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 
1637; B.A. 1641-2. S. of William, of Theddlethorpe, Lines., 
yeoman. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 25, 1642. R. of Anderby, 
Lines. R. of Cumberworth, till 1659. Died 1659. (Lines. 
Pedigrees.) 

ADLARD, MICHAEL. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Magdalene, 
May 7, 1679. S. of Michael, above, deceased, R. of Cumber- 
worth. B. at Cumberworth, Lines. School, S. Ormsbey. 
Matric. 1679; B.A. 1682-3. Perhaps buried at Anderby, 
Feb. 18, 1700-1. 

ADLINGTON or ATHLINGTON, THOMAS. Adm. Scholar at 
King's Hall, 1391. Fellow, when ord. sub-deacon (Ely) 
Apr, 17, 1400. R. of Llanaber, Bangor diocese. 

ADREY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 16, 1637-8, 

ADRIAN, BARTHOLOMEW, Matric. sizar from Trinity, 
Michs. 1581. S. of Richard, Huguenot refugee. Afterwards 
went to Leyden where he graduated M.D. Apr. 19, 1584. 
Attended Sir Philip Sidney when fatally wounded at Zutphen. 
Returned to England c. 1597. (A. D. Adrian.) 

ADRIAN, BARTHOLOMEW. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Apr. i, 
1611. S. of Bartholomew, M.D., above. Matric. 1611; B.A. 
1614-5; M.A. i6i8; Scholar. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) May 
31; priest June 1, 1618. R. of Gt. Bradley, Suffolk, 1623-62 
(ejected). Afterwards lived with his son Richard. Died before 
July 30, 1670. (Calamy, 11. 414; A. D. Adrian.) 

ADRIAN, RICHARD, Adm. pens, at Clare, Apr. 6, 1647. S.of 
Bartholomew above. B.A. 1651-2. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Sept. 21, 1661; priest, Oct. 18, 1662. V. of Naseby, Northants., 
1664-9. V. of Stoke, Coventry, 1669-1715. V. of Pytchley, 
1673-92. V. of WaJsgrave on Sowe, Warws., 1695-1715. 
Buried at Walsgrave, Mar. 2, 1714-5. (A. D. Adrian.) 

ADSHEAD, THOMAS, Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Michs. 
1633. 

ADSON, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, Sept. 14, 1710. 
S. of John, husbandman. B. at Oundle, Northants. School, 
Oundle. Matric. 1711; B.A. 1714-5. 

ADSON or H ADSON, WILLIAM. A priest, B.Civ.L., 1520-1; 
B.Can.L. 1531-2. 

ADWICKE, RICHARD, Matric. pens, from Queens', Lent, 
1579-80; B.A. 1583-4. One of these names, of 'Shust- 
holme,' Yorks., adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 5, 1585. Probably 
s. of Thomas, of Arksey. (J. Foster, Gray's Inn.) 

AER, see AYRE, 

AFFLECK, GILBERT, Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, June 22, 
1731. S. of Gilbert, of Dalham, Suffolk. Schools, Rugby 
and Westminster. Matric. 1731; Scholar, 1731; B.A. 1734-5; 
M.A. 1738. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 21, 1735-6; priest 
(Norwich) July, 1736. R. of Dalham, Suffolk. R. of Lidgate. 
Died Apr. 24, 1763. (Al. Westtnon. 303.) 

AFFLECK, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 24, 
1733. S. of Gilbert, of Dalham. B. in Middlesex. Matric. 
1733; B.A. 1736-7; M.A. 1740; B.D. 1747; Fellow, 1739; 
Junior proctor, 1745-6. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 13, 
1742; priest (Norwich) May, 1744, R. of N. Luffenham, 
Rutland, 1755-1806. Died Sept. 8, 1806. Brother of above. 
(Burke, Baronetage.) 

AGAR, ANDREW, Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall, Michs. 
1612; LL.B. i6i8. Incorp. at Oxford, 1619. S. of Thomas, 
of Stockton, Yorks. Died Nov 5, 1637. (M. H. Peacock.) 



Agar, Andrew 

AGAR, ANDREW. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St John's, May 28, 
1651. Matric. 1651. S. of John, of Stockton, Yorks., Esq. 
B. there. School, York. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Apr. 27, 1653. 

AGAR, BENJAMIN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 14, 1548, age 16. B. in London. Matric. 1548. Left 
about 1550-1. 

ACER, CLEMENT. Adm. pens, at Caius, Apr. ai, 1573. age 20. 
Of Clare, Suffolk. S. of Clement. School, Clare. R. of 
Bradfield-Combust, Suffolk, 1603-23. Buried there, Sept. 17, 
1623. (Venn, i. 72.) 

AGER, EDMUND or EDWIN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, 
Easter, 1604. 

AGAR, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from St John's, Lent, 1610-1. 

AGER, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Michs. 1646. 

AGAR, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Easter, 1559. 

AGER or AGE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. 22, 1565, age 
18. Of Stoke by Clare, Suffolk. S. of Clement. School, Stoke. 
Matric. 1565. {Venn, 1. 57.) 

AGAR or AGARD, JOHN. Adm. i>ens. at Magdalene, June 13, 
1646, age 17. S. of John, of Stockton, Yorks., gent. School, 
York. Scholar, 1647; B. A. 1649-50. Of Huntington, Yorks. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1649. Buried Dec. i, 1681. 
Father of the next. (M. H. Peacock.) 

AGAR, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, Apr. 22, 1676. 
2nd s. of John, attorney. B. at Huntington, Yorks. School, 
York. Matric. 1676; B.A. 1679-80. Of Stockton. Died 1722. 

AGAR, JOHN. A''.m. pens, (age 19) at Sidney, June 4, 1713. 
S. of Thomas, Lord Mayor of York. B. at York. School, 
York. Matric. 1713. Of Stockton and London. Died 1754. 

AGAR, MOSES. Matric. from Pembroke, Michs. 1736; B.A. 
1739-40. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Feb. 22, 1740-1; priest. 
May 29, 1743. V. of Hanslope, Bucks., 1749. 

AGAR, SETH. Adm. sizar at Queens', May 24, 1695. Of Yorks. 
Matric. 1695; B.A. 1698-9; M.A. 1702. V. of Darrington, 
Yorks., 1715-7. 

AGAR or AGGAR, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Queens', 
Michs. 1638; B.A. 1641-2. 

AGAR, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pembroke, June 4, 
1674. S. of Benjamin, gent. B. in London. Matric. 1674; 
B.A. 1677-8; M.A. 1681. 

AGGAR, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, June i, 
1691. Matric. 169Z. 

AGAR, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, June 27, 
1729. S. of Thomas, husbandman, of Yorks. B. at Redcar 
in Cleveland. Bapt. at Marske, July 23, 1710. School, 
Kirkleatham. Matric. 1729; B.A. 1732-3. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) Feb. 18, 1732-3; priest, Dec. 21, 1735. R. of 
Biscathorpe, Lines., 1738-76. V. of N. Kelsey, 1738-55. 
R. of S. Kelsey, 1743-76. Died Sept., 1776. Author: Mili- 
tary Devotion, 1756. {Scott-Mayor, in. 423; H. M. Wood.) 

AGAR, . Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 1544. 

AGARDE, ARTHUR. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 1553. 
The antiquary. B. 1540. Educated Tor the Law, he was 
at an early age a clerk in the Exchequer. Deputy Chamber- 
lain of the Exchequer, 1603. Drew up many catalogues of 
State papers. Member of the Society of Antiquaries founded 
by Abp. Parker, 1572. Died 1615. Buried m the cloisters, 
Westminster Abbey. For some account of his many ms. 
works see D.N.B. 

AGARD, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Queens', c. 1593. 

AGARDE, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 
1548; B.A. 1533-4. One of these names, of Derbyshire, adm. 
at the Middle Temple, June 20, 1558. 

AGAS, ANTHONY. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, Easter, 
1607; B.A. 1608-9; M.A. 1612. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 
24, 1609. R. of Carleton Forehoe, Norfolk, 1611-27. 

ACGAS, ANTHONY. Adm. sizar at Queens', Apr. 14, 1663. 
Of Suffolk. S. of Edward. Matric. 1664-5; B-A. 1667-8; 
M.A. 1671. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 24, 1670. Dispensation 
(Cant.) to succeed his father Edward as R. of Rushbrooke, 
Suffolk, 1 68 1. R. of Little Whehietbam, Suffolk. 

AGAS or AGUS, BENJAMIN. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, 
Easter,i639;B.A. 1642-3; M.A. 1657. Incorp. at Oxford 1653 
as Haggas. Doubtless the distinguished non -conformist, born 
at Wymondham, Norfolk. R. of Chenies, Bucks., 1649-62: 
ejected. Will dated May 21, 1683: of London, clerk. Author, 
vindication of Nonconformity. (D.N.B. ; Calamy, i. 234.) 

AGGAS or AGGES, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Corpus 
Christi, Michs. 1598; B.A. 1601-2; M.A. 1605. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Sept. 29, 1604, aged 23; priest, Sept. 21, 1607. 
V. of Wymondham, Norfolk, 1607. 

AGAS, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1637; 
B.A. 1640-1. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 24, 1643, aged 21. 
R. of LitUe Whelnetham, Suffolk. 



AiKwiDE, John 

AGAS or AGGES, ELLIS. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 
1635. S. of Ellis, gent., of Cariton Rode, Norfolk. School, 
Botesdale, Suffolk. Migrated to Caius, Feb. 21, 1637-8, age 
18; B.A. 1638-9; M.A. 1642. Ord. priest (Norwich) Feb. 25, 
1642-3. V. of Besthorpe, Norfolk, 1646-79. R. of South 
Repps, 1660-79. Died Mar. 4, 1678-9. {Venn, i. 330.) 

AGAS, ROBERT. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1688. Of Norfolk. 
Matric. 1689; B.A. 1691-2; M.A. 1695. 

AGGAS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, June, 1691. 
Matric.i69r ; B.A. 1694-5 ; M.A. 1702. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
June, 1696; priest Dec. 1697. V. of Hempnall, Norfolk, 
1697. R. of Fomcett, 170a. Died Sept. 4, 1724, aged 51. 
MI. at Forncett St Peter. r •»,/-», 6 j 

AGATE, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Sidney, June 23, 1696. 
S. of Richard, farmer. B. at Lingfield, Surrey. School, 
Sackville College. Matric. 1697-8; B.A. 1699-1700; M.A. 
1706; D.D. 1720. R. of Stawley, Somerset, 1701-20. 
Died 1720. 

AGATE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 28, 1735. 
S. of William, of Whitechapel, Middlesex. Matric. at Balliol, 
Oxford, Feb. 28, 1726-7, age 16; B.A. Oxford, 1730. 
Incorp. at Cambridge as B..A. 1735; but did not proceed' to 
M.A. 

AGBOROWE, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, Apr. r, 
1625. Of London. Matric. 1626; B.A. 1629-30; M.A. 1633. 
One of these names, M.A., V. of Stoneleigh, Warws., 1664. 

AGLAND, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Pembroke, 
Apr. 16, 1708. S. of Edward, of Barnstaple, Devon. Matric. 
1708; B.A. 1711-12; M.A. 1716. (Possibly a form of Acland.) 

AGLEBY or EGLABY, . B.Civ.L. 1525-6. 

AGLIONBY or EGLIONBY, EDWARD. Adm. at King's, a 
scholar from Eton, 1536. S. of Richard. B. at Carlisle, 1520. 
B..A. 1540-1; M.A. 1544. Fellow, 1539. Incorp. at Oxford, 
1566. Of Temple Balshall, Warws., J. P. M.P. for Carlisle, 
1553. M.P. for Warwick, 1571. Recorder of Warwick, 
1572-87. Married Catharine, dau. of Sir William Wigston. 
Died soon after 1587. .\uthor, theological. {D.N.B.; Cooper, 
II. 21.) 

AGLIONBY, EDWARD. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Trinity, 
Michs. 1576. Perhaps son of the above. One of these names 
M.P. for Carlisle city, 1593. 

AGLIONBY, GEORGE. D.D. 1641-2 (Incorp. from Oxford). 
Matric. at Oxford, Dec. 9, 1619, age 16. S. of John, of Ox- 
ford, D.D. B.A. 1624 (Incorp. from Oxford); B.A. 1623; M.A. 
1626; B.D. 1633; D.D. 1635. V. of Cassington, Oxon, 1632. 
Canon of Westminster, 1638, and Tutor to George, Duke of 
Buckingham. Preb. of Chichester, 1639. Compounded for 
deanery of Canterbury, June 6, 164a. Sometime a master 
at Westminster School. Buried at Christ Church Cathedral, 
Oxford, Nov. 11, 1643. {Al. Oxon., Burke, L.G.) 

AGLIONBY, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Feb. 25, 
1666-7. S. of John, gent. B. at Carlisle. School, Sed- 
bergh. Matric. 1667-8; B.A. 1670-1; M.A. 1684. R. of 
Bowness, Cumberland, 1691-7. V. of Addingham, Yorks., 
1674-1697. Buried at Bowness, May 29, 1697. 

AGLIONBY, or ANGLIONBY, . Dominican friar; B.D. 

i52a-3- 

AGMONDESHAM, see also ANSHAM. 

AGMONDESHAM, PHILIP. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 

Eton, Sept. 1, 1572, age 18. Of Heston, Middlesex. Matric. 

1572; B.A. 1576-7; M.A. 1580; 'Ansam.' Fellow, 1575-93. 

Subscribed for deacon's and priest's orders, Lincoln, Sept. 

20, 1586. R. of Haddiscoe, Norfolk, 1592. R. of Toft 

Monks. Died c. June, 1617. Pedigree of Agmondisham 

in Vis. of Surrey. 
AGMONDESHAM, or ANSAM, RICHARD. Adm. at King's, 

a scholar from Eton, Aug. 28, 1577, age 20. Of Heston, 

Middlesex. Matric. 1577-8; B.A. 1581-2; M.A. 1585. Fellow, 

1580-8. R. of Cranford, Middlesex. V. of Buntingford, Herts., 

1588-1603. Brother of above. 
AMONTESHAM, or HAMUNDISHAM, THOMAS. Scholar at 

King's Hall, 1354. Died Mar. 20, 1361-2. 
AMONDESHAM, W. Matric. Fcll.-Com. from Pembroke, Lent, 

1564-5- One of these names was adm. a student at Basle, 

1556. 

AHSLAY, . B.A. 1489-90. 

AIKRIGG, see also ACROYD and AYCKRIGGE. 

AIKERIG, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 

June 10, 1667. S. of Henry, husbandman, of Crosby-Garret, 

near Brough, Westmoreland. B. there. School, Kirkhy 

Stephen. Matric. 1667; B.A. 1670-1. 
AIKWIDE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, July 2, 

1674. S. of Henry, deceased, of York. B. there. Matric. 

pens. Easter, 1674, as Askroyd; and sizar, Eastar, 1673, as 

Acheroyd. 



AiLESfiURY, Robert 

AILESBURY, ROBERT. LL.D. i675- Robert Bruce, succeeded 
as Earl of Elgin. 1663. Created Earl of Ailesbury, 1664. 
LordLieutenantof Beds. 1667. Privy Councillor, 1678. Lord 
Chamberlain of the Household, 1685. Died Oct. 20, 1685. 
Father of James (1683-4) and Robert Bruce (1683). {D.N.B.) 
AILSBURY, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 
1613; B.A. 1615-6; (? M.A. 1619); B.D. 1626. Incorp. M.A. 
at Oxford, 1622, and B.D. 1626. V. of Cardworth, Warws., 
1618. R. of Berwick St Leon., Wilts., 1625. Preb. of Salis- 
bury, 1631. R. of Kingston Deverill, 1643. Sequestered from 
both, 1646. Licensed to marry Joane Nosse, of Maiden 
Bradley, Sept. 11, 1635. Died before 1661. Author. {Peile, 
I. 289, D.N.B.) 
AILSBURY, Sir THOMAS. M.A. 1635-6 (Lit. Reg.). Doubt- 
less Sir Thomas, Bart. S. of William, of St Andrew's, 
Holbom. Matric. at Christ Church, Oxford, 1598, age 18; 
B.A. 1602; M.A. 1603. Master of Requests and Master of 
the Mint. Created baronet 1627. Retired to Antwerp on the 
death of the King. Died at Breda, 1657, aged 81. (Al. 
Oxon.; D.N.B.; G.E.C.) 
AILESBURY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, 
Sept. 7, 1627. S. of William. B. at Birmingham. School, 
Birmingham. Matric. 1627; B.A. 1631-2; M.A. 1635. Ord. 
deacon (Salisbiu-y) Dec. 1632. Perhaps V. of E Pennard, 
Somerset, 1668-82. (Peile, 1. 387.) 
AILESBY, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, Apr. 25, 1627, 
as Alesbie. Of Lines. Matric. 1627; B.A. 1630-1; M.A. 
1634. R. of S. Somercotes, Lines., 1641. 
AILESBY, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, 
June 18, 1670. S. of Samuel, R. of S. Somercotes, Lines, 
(above). School, Alford. Matric. 1670; B.A. 1674-5. 
AILMER, see AYLMER. 
AILWORTH, see AYLWORTH. 
AINSCOUGH, see AYNSCOUGH. 

AINSLIE, GAWEN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 1668. S.ofWiUiam, 
gent. B. at Highlaws, Northumberland. Schools, Newcastle 
and Morpeth. From Glasgow University ; adm. there (age 1 7) 
July 9, 1667. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Oct. 29, 1667. Buried at 
Hartbum, June 11, 1690. (H. M. Wood.) 
AINSLEY, RALPH. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Christ's, May 7, 
1698. S. of Mark. B. at Gallowhill.Bolam, Northumberland. 
Bapt. June 12, 1679. School, Durham. Matric. 1698 ; Scholar, 
1698-9; B.A.i7oi-2,asAnsiey; M.A. 1705. Fellow, 1704-25; 
Scrutator, 1715. Ord. deacon (London) May 31, 1702. R. of 
Ingoldsby, Lines., 1724-40. Buried there Jan. 3, 1739-40. 
(H. M. Wood.) 
AINSWORTH, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
Apr. 19, 1667. S. of Jeremy. B. at Bury, Lanes. School, 
Rochdale. Matric. 1667; B.A. 1670-1. 
AINSWORTH, GEORGE. B.A. 1532-3; MA. 1546. Of Coventry 
and Lichfield diocese. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Apr. 2, 1541; 
title, Stanstead, Norwich diocese. Brother of Oliver, of 
Jesus. Resident pensioner at Jesus, in 1547. One of these 
names V. of Garstang, Lanes., 1575. 
AINSWORTH, GEORGE. B.A. from St John's, 1577-8. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 3, 1578; priest (Peterb.) 1579. V. of 
Eltisley, Cambs., 1582. V. of Scottow, Norfolk, 1588. 
AINSWORTH, HENRY. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 
1587. Migrated to Caius, Dec. 15, 1587, aged 18. S. of 
Thomas, yeoman. B. at Swanton Morley, Norfolk. School, 
SwantOD. Scholar, 1587-91. A learned Hebraist, and 
celebrated Non-conformist divine of the Brownist party. 
Entered the service of a bookseller at Amsterdam, about 
1593. He soon founded an independent church there, where 
he laboured for many years. He married, Mar. 29, 1607, 
Margery Halie, of Ipswich, widow of Richard Appleby. He 
paid two visits to Ireland, but nearly all his labours were in 
the Netheriands. Died c. 1623. For a full account of his 
many religious and controversial works, see the D.N.B. His 
origin and connection with Cambridge were generally un- 
known' before the publication of the Caius Register. (D.N.B. ; 
Venn, i. 132.) 
AYNSWORTH, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Queens', July 4, 1627 • 
matric. pens. 1629; B.A. 1630-1. Of Norfolk. ' 

AINSWORTH, JOHN. B.A. 1526-7. Perhaps the priest of these 
names, of St John's, executed, 1538, for preaching against 
the Royal Supremacy. (Note by Prof. J. E. B. Mayor.) 
AINSWORTH, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Christ's, c. 1593; 
B.A. 1597-8. This, or the next, was presumably of Crooke! 
Lanes. ; donor of £10 to the New Buildings at Christ's. 
(Peile, t. 206.) 
AINSWORTH, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Christ's, c. 1595; 
B.A. 1598-9- This, or the last, arrived at Douay Sept. 21', 
1601. Described as 'bom in London, B.A, of Cambridge.' 
Sent to Valladolid, Oct. 2, 1603; and thence to Seville, 
where he was ordained, c. 1607. Returned to England, 1608 ; 
and arrested. Again arrested and examined in Newgate) 
1615. (E. H. Burton; Dodd's History, iv. cciv.) 



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AINSWORTH, NATHANIEL. Matric. pens, from Corpus 
Christi, Michs. 1625. Of Norwich. B.A. 1628-9. Biuried at 
St Benet's, Cambridge, Aug. 21, 1631. 

AINSWORTH, or HAYNSWORTH, OLIVER B.A. 1529-30; 
M.A. 1532; Proctor, 1539-40; Fellow of Jesus, 1530-46; 
B.D. 1546. WiU (V.C.C.) 1546. 

AINSWORTH, RALPH. B.A. 1524-5; M.A. 1528. Probably 
brother of George (1532-3). Fellow of Peterhouse, 1526; 
Proctor, 1535-6. Master of Peterhouse, 1544: deprived on 
the accession of Queen Mary. R. of Stathem, Leics. Died 
1569. (Cooper, I. 282.) 

AINSWORTH, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 

1548. 
AYNSWORTH, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Easter, 

1573; B.A. 1576-7. 
AINSWORTH, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Jesus, 1616. Ord. 

deacon (Peterb.) May 31; priest, Sept. 20, 1618; 'of Jes. Coll.; 

literate.' V. of Kirmond-le-Mire, Lines., 1623-5; 'B.A.' 

AINSWORTH, SAMUEL. M.A. from Emmanuel, 1667. S. of 
Samuel, of Kelmarsh, Northants., clerk. Matric. at Magdalen 
Hall, Oxford, May 27, 1661, age 16; B..\. from Christ 
Church, Oxford, 1664. Ord. priest (Lincoln) Dec. 19, 1669. 
R. of Marston Trussell, Northants., 1679-92; of Houghton, 
Hunts., 1681-1710. Died 1710. (Al. Oxon.) 

AINSWORTH, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
June 19, 1707. S. of Samuel, of Witton, Hunts. School, 
Huntingdon. Matric. 1707; Scholar, 1708; B.A. 1710-1 ; M.A. 
1714. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) July 5, 1713; priest, July 14, 
1717. 

AYNESWORTH.THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Sx John's, Michs. 
1551. One of these names R. of Salcott, Essex, 1557-69- 
Died 1569. 

AINSWORTH, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Emmanuel, Michs. 
1621; B.A. 1625-6. School, Merchant Taylors'. Ord. deacon 
and priest (Norwich) Sept. 24, 1626. C. of Scottow, Norfolk, 
1633. (See George, 1577.) 

AINSWORTH, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Sx John's, Mar. 14, 
1738-Q. S. of John, gent., of Lanes. B. at Blackburn. 
Schools, Rivington and Sedbergh. Matric. 1739. 

AINSWORTH, THURSTAN. M.Gram. 1497. 

AINSWORTH, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 
1570. 

AYNSWORTH, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, July ix, 
1622. Matric.1622. Probably C. of Ripponden, Yorks., 1630. 
Lecturer at St Peter's, Chester. P.C. of Lightcliffe, Yorks,, 
1647-50. V. of S. Kirkby, 1648. Preb. of York, 1660. V. of 
Hooton Pagnel, 1661-2. Master of the Charterhouse, Hull, 
and Lecturer at Holy Trinity, Hull, 1661. V. of Sculcoates. 
Buried there Apr. ig, 1671. Author of Triplex Memoriale. 
He is called M.A. ; hut no such degree is recorded.' (Chalmer's 
Biog. Diet.; Hunter's S. Yorks.; Yorks. Bibliographer.) 

AYNSWORTH, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 
1647. Of Cambs. B.A. 1650-1. One of these names V. of 
Bolton-le-Sands, Lanes., 1660-4. 

AINSWORTH, . B.A. 1480-1. 

AISCOUGH, see ASKEW and AYSCOUGH. 

AISGILL or ASGILL, JOSHUA. M.A. 1617 (Incorp. from Ox- 
ford). Matric. from Queen's, Oxford, July 8, 1603, age 16. 
Of Gloucs. B.A. (Corpus) 1607-8; M.A. i6ic-i; B.D. 
(Brasenose) 1619; D.D. (Corpus) 1623. V. of Down Hatherley, 
Gloucs., 1622; of Lydd, Kent, 1627: sequestered, 1645. (Al. 
Oxon.) 

AISHE, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 
July 18, 1667. S. of John, gent., of St Clement's, Middlesex 
(of Lincoln's Inn, deceased). Matric.1668. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Feb. 21, 1669-70. 

AISH, FAITHFULL. M.A. from King's, 1719. S. of William, 
of Seaborough, Dorset. Matric. from Wadham College, 
Oxford, July 16, 1703, age 16; B.A. (Oxford), 1707. V. of 
Misterton, 1708. R. of Seaborough, Dorset, 1711-20. Died 
1720. (Al. Oxon.) 

AISHE, JOHN. Adm. pens (age 18) at St John's, July 18, 1667. 
S. of John, gent., of St Andrew's, Middlesex (of Lincoln's 
Inn). B. there. School, Cheam. Matric. 1668 Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Nov. ir, 1668. 

AISLABY, see ASLABY. 

AISLEY, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
June 6, 1678, as Ayslcy. Of Durham. S. of Robert. Bapt. at 
Wolsingham, Aug. 29, 1661. School, Durham. Matric. 1678; 
afterwards pensioner; Scholar, 1681; B.A. 1681-2. 

AISLEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, Aug. 10, 
1663. S. of Robert, of Wolsingham, Durham, gent. Matric. 
1665, as Hisley. Previously matric. from Queen's College, 
Oxford, 1662. B.A. from Peterhouse, 1665-6; M.A. 1669. 



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AisLEY, Thomas 

Scholar, 1663. Fellow, 1666-70. Incorp.at Oxford, 1669. R. 

of Wolsingham, Durham, 1679 till 1717. Married, at Aycliflfe, 

July 18, 1671, Francis WUdbore. Buried Sept. 6, 17x7. (T. A. 

Walker; A I. Oxon; H. M. Wood.) 
AISLEY, THOMAS (1587-8), see AYLOE. 
AKEHEAD, JOSEPH. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1617. 
AKEHURST, ALEXANDER. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, 1638. 

Matric, as Archhurst, 1638; B.A. 1641-2; M.A. from Trinity, 

1645. Fellow of Trinity, 1645. One of these names, s. and h. 

of Ralph, of Lewes, Sussex, gent., adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 

7, 1644- 
AKEHURST, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, June 21, 1650. 

Of Sussex. B.A. 1653-4. 
AKEHURST, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 

Sept. 20, 1730. S. of Alexander, of Leatherhead, Surrey. 

School, Epsom, Surrey. Matric. 1731; Scholar, 1732; B.A. 

1734-5 ; Fellow, 1 737 ; M.A. 1 738. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 

May 31, 1742. 
AKERS, see also ACRES. 
AKERS, JOHN. B.A. 1525-6, after 12 terms; M.A. at Oxford, 

1529. Canon of Cardinal College, Oxford; V. of Docking 

and of Ludbam, Norfolk, 1554. 
AKERS, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1615. 

Scholar from Westminster, 1615; B.A. 1618-9; M.A. 1622. 

V. of Paston, Norfolk, 1636-40. 
AKESTER, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 

Apr. 13, 1639, age 17. Of Putney. Left in 1641. 
ALABASTER, see also ARBLASTER. 
ALBLASTER, ROBERT. Fellow of Pembroke, c. 1428. Of 

Norwich diocese. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Feb. 19, 1428-9; 

priest, May 21, 1429. 
ALABLASTER, THOMAS. Of Gonvillk Hall. B.A. 1500-1; 

M.A. 1504; B.D. 1511-2. Preacher, 1509-10. V. of S.Lynn, 

1535-43. R. of Bale, Norfolk. {Venn, 1. 16.) 
ALABASTER, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Gonville Hall, 

Easter, 1556, as 'Dratsab': i.e. illegitimate son of Thomas 

Alabaster, of Hadley, Suffolk. Mentioned in Bishop Shax ton's 

will, 1556; perhaps his sizar. 
ALIBASTER, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 

1566. 
ALABASTER, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 

1584. Scholar from Westminster. S. of Roger. B. at Hadley, 

Suffolk. B.A. 1587-8; M.A. 1591; D.D. 1614. Fellow, 1589. 

Incorp. at Oxford, 1592. R. of Landulph, Cornwall, 1596. 

R. of Therfield, Herts., 1614; and of Little Shelford, Cambs., 

1622. Went, in 1596, as chaplain to the Earl of Essex, to 

Cadiz, where he was converted to Romanism, and later, 

imprisoned in the Tower; but reverted. Latin poet and 

divine. Licensed to marry, Aug. 19, 1618, Catherine Floud 

(? Lloyd) of Otham, widow. Died April, 1640. (D.N.B.; 

Suff. Man. Fam. i. 55; H. G. Harrison.) 
ALAN, see ALLEN. 

ALANBRIDGE, JOHN (1531), see LEDES. 
ALANE, ALEXANDER, see ALESIUS. 

ALARDI, ALARDUS. Adm. pens, at Caius, May 27, 1616, 

age 18. S. of Alardus, tanner, of Nijmegen, Guelderland. 

Matric. 1616, as Allatson; B.A. 1619-20. {Venn, I. 233.) 
ALBANYE, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 

1571. Pedigree of Albany in Vis. of Surrey, and Vis. of 

Shrops. 

ALB ASPIN A or AUBEPINE, CHARLES DE. Marquis de Castro- 
novo (Ch&teauneuf). M.A. 1629 {Lit. Reg.). Ambassador 
from France. 

ALBEMARLE, Duke of, see MONCK, CHRISTOPHER. 

ALBEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', Michs. 1646. 

ALBERY, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, May 31, 
1704. Of Coventry. Matric. 1704, as Astry. 

ALBON, EDMUND. D.D. of Cambridge. Lived c. 1340. Theo- 
logical author. {Pits.) 

ALBON, EDMUND. B.A. 1465-6. FeUow of Gonville Hall, 
1465-75- M.D. 1475-*- R. of Framlingham, Suffolk, 1476. 
R. of Garboldisham, Norfolk, 1478-85. Preb. of St Paul's, 
1479- Phvsician to the King. R. of Meifod, St Asaph, 1482. 
Preb. of Lincoln, 1485. Died 1483. Benefactor to Gonville 
HaU. {Venn, i. 10.) 

ALBON, JOHN. LL.B. R. of Newton, Isle of Ely, 1406. Com- 
missary for Bishop of Ely, 1405. Perhaps the Scholar at 
King's Hall; adm. May 14, 1383. Allowed three year*' 
absence for study, 1405. 

ALBON, JOHN. B.A. 1461-2; M.A. 1465. Fellow of Pembroke, 
c. 1463. Of Norwich diocese. Ord. sub-deacon (Norwich) 
Mar. I, 1465-6. 



Alcock, Henry 

ALBOROUGH, ARTHER. Matric. pens, from St John's, 
Easter, 1603. Of Alborough, Esq. S. of William, 1372. 

ALDBURGHE or ALBOURTH, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at 
Caius, May 5, 1586, age 16. S. of Richard. B. at Aid- 
borough, Yorks. SchooU, Thirsk and Ripon. Matric. 1586. 
Resident in 1589. Of Alborough, Esq, {Venn. i. 127- Vis. 
of Yorks. 1585; M. H. Peacock.) 

ALDBURGH, RICHARD. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Magdalene, 
Easter, 1624. S. and h. of Arthur, of Aldboroogh, Yorks. 
(above), aged 5 in 1612. {Vis. of Yorks.) 

ALBOROUGH, WILLIAM. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Trinity, 
Michs. 1572. S. and h. of Richard, of Aldborough, Yorksl 
Living 1612. Of Aldborough, Esq. {Vis. of Yorks.) 

ALBRIGHT, JOHN. Scholar at Christ's in 1577; B.A. 1578-9; 
M.A. from Magdalene, 1588. V. of Bolton, Lanes., 1594-5! 
Vicar Choral of Christchurch, Dublin, 1595. Dean's Vicar 
and Preb. of St Michael, 1600. Dean of Raphoe, 1603. 
Died c. 1609. {Peile, i. 135; Cotton, Fasti Eulesia 
Hibernica.) 

ALBRIGHT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Apr. 10, 1710. S. of William, of Northampton. School, 
St Paul's, London. Matric. 1710; Scholar, 1711; B.A. 1713-4; 
M.A. 1718. Ord. deacon (London) May 23, 1714; priest. 
Mar. 17, 1714-5. V. of Ferring, Sussex, 1716. 

Scholar at King's Hall, 1486-7. B.A. 

ALBY, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Jesus, 1582. 

ALBY or ALBEE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Emmanuel, Easter, 
1636. 

ALBY, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from St Catharine's, Michs. 
1633; B.A. 1637-8; M.A. 1641. 

ALBYNE, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall, Easter, 
1648 (perhaps adm. at St Catharine's, 1648). 

ALCHORNE, CHARLES. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, 
Oct. 31, 1677. S of William, R. of High Ongar. B. at 
Bromfield, Essex. School, Bromfield. Matric. 1678; Scholar, 
1681; B.A. 1681-2; M.A. 1685. Fellow, 1684. R. of High 
Laver, Essex, 1697. 

ALCHON, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 
Lent, 1577-8. B. at Marden, Kent. B.A. 1581-2; M.A. 1585. 
Ord. deacon (London) Feb. 24, 1585-6, aged 24. 

ALCHORN. EDMUND. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 
1613; B.A. 1616-7; M.A. 1620; D.D. 1637. Incorp. at 
Oxford, 1621. Died Jan. 11, 1652-3. M.I. at St Peter's, 
Bath. Perhaps the same who matriculated from St Alban's 
Hall, Oxford, Oct. 31, 1606, aged 18. Of Boughton Mon- 
chelsea, Kent. Admitted at the Inner Temple, 1606. (Le 
Neve, Mon. iv. 16; Al. Oxon.) 

ALCORNE, JAMES. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1631 Of Kent. 
S. of John, of Boughton Moncbelsea, Kent, barrister; 
aged 4 in 1619. {Kent Vis. 1619.) 

ALCHORNE, JOHN. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Clare, Easter, 
1624. One of these names, s. of John, of Boughton Mon- 
cbelsea, Kent, barrister; aged 13 in 1619. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, 1625. {Kent Vis. 1619, 1663.) 

ALCORNE, ROBERT. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Clare, Easter, 
1615. 

ALCHORNE, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 
1613; B.A. 1617. 

ALCHORNE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Trinity, May 22, 
1647. Of Sussex. B.A. 1650-1. Probably B.D. {Lit. Reg.) 
i66i. R. of Mashbury, Essex, 1661-2. V. of Bromfield, 
1661-3. R- of High Ongar, 1662. Father of Charles (1677). 

ALCOCKE, ANTHONY. Matric. pens, from St John's, |.ent, 
1564-3- 

ALCOCK, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar at St John's, Jan 12, 
1750-1. S. of John, clerk, R. of Bumsall, Vorks. (of Jesus, 
1713-4). B. at Bumsall. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1751; 
B.A. 1755. Ord. deacon (York) Sept. 21, 1755; priest, Sept. 
19,1756. V.ofGlossop,Derbs., 1766-81. Died 1783. {Scott- 
Mayor, III. 603.) 

ALCOCK, GEORGE. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 1622. 
One of these names went to New England in 1630: deacon 
at Roxbury, Mass. {Felt, 160.) 

ALCOCK, HAMMOND. Adm. sizar at Magdalene, July 6, 
1653, age 15. S. of Edward, of Sleaford, Lines. School, 
Sleaford. • 

ALCOCK, HENRY. B.Can.L. 1319-6. 



Alcock, John 

ALCOCK, JOHN. B. Can. L. 1469-70. S. of William, of Hull. 
B. at Beverley, and bred at the Grammar School there. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) March 29; priest, Apr. 12, 1449. R. of St 
Margaret, Fish St. 1461. Dean of St Stephen's, Westminster, 
1462. V. of Caistor, Norfolk, till 1473. Master of the Rolls, 
1471-2. Preb.of St Paul's, and Salisbury, 1468. Privy coun- 
cillor, 1470. Bishop of Rochester, 1472. R. of Wrentham, 
Suffolk, 1474. Lord Chancellor, with Bishop Rotherham, 
1475. Bishop of Worcester, 1476. Bishop of Ely, i486. 
Founder of jESUs College, 1497; and of Hull Grammar 
School. Distinguished for his architectural skill, and princely 
liberality. Died at Wisbech, Oct. i, 1500. Buried at Ely. 
(Cooper, 1. 3; D.N.B.) 

ALCOCK, JOHN. Incorp. in Can. Law, 1487-8. Ord. subdeacon 
(Ely) Apr. 1489; pnest, Apr. 18, 1489. R. of Somersham, 
Hunts., 1488-1525. Died 1525. Will proved (Archd. Hunts.) 
Feb. I524-5- 

ALCOCK, JOHN. Matric. pens, from King's, Michs. 1615; 
B.A. from Jesus 1619-20; M.A. 1623. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
Dec. 17, 1620; priest, May 31, 1629. V. of Over, Cambs., 
1630, where he signed the Covenant. Married, at Ramp ton, 
Cambs., Mar. i, 1624-5, Susan Addison. (A. Gray.) 

ALCOCK, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 23, 1635, age 17. 
S. of Geoffrey, maltster. B. at Walpole, Norfolk. School, 
Wisbech. Matric. 1635; Scholar, 1636-9; B.A. 1638-9. Per- 
haps R. of Tillington, Sussex, 1642. {Venn, 1. 317.) 

ALCOCK, JOHN. Adm. as sizar at Trinity, June 4, 1656. 
Of Lines. Matric. 1656; Scholar, 1659; B.A. 1660-1; M.A. 
1667. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Oct. 15, 1662. Master of 
Tattershall School, Lines., in 1662. 

ALCOCK, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Christ's, May 15, 1666. 
S. of Walter. B. at Gateshead. School, Newcastle. Matric. 
1667-8; B.A. 1669-70; M.A. 1673. Ord. deacon (York) 
Dec. 1670; priest, Sept. 1672. Perhaps V. of Billingham, 
Durham. P.C. of Houghton-le-Spring. Married Elizabeth 
Hutton, of Houghton, Dec. 1, 1684. Died 1703. (Peile,ii.n.) 

ALCOCK, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Feb. 25, 1713-4. S. of 
Peter, clerk, deceased, R. of Bumsall, Yorks. Bapt. Mar. 10, 
1692-3. Matric. 1713-4; B.A. 1717-8; M.A. 1721. R. of 
(med. of) Bumsall, Yorks., 1733. Master of Bumsall Gram- 
mar School, 1719-34. Died before 1748. (A. Gray.) 

ALCOCK, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Feb. 19, 1747-8. S. of 
John, R. of Burnsall, Yorks., deceased. Matrie. 1748; 
Scholar; B.A. 1752. R. of Bumsall, 1753-1810. R. of High 
Hoyland, 1807-10. Died i8io, aged 82. (G. Mag.) 

ALCOCKE, LEWIS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Lent, 1582-3 ; 
B.A. 1587-8; M.A. 1591. 

ALCOCK, PETER. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Pembroke, June, 
1676. S. of Peter, of Bumsall, Yorks., gent. Matric. 1677; 
B.A. 1679-80. Ord. priest (Peterb.) May 26, 1684. R. of 
Bumsall, 1690-1733. Buried there, Oct. 10, 1733. 

ALCOCK, PETER. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Pembroke, June 17, 
1700. S. of Peter, of Bumsall, Yorks., above. Matric. 1700. 

ALCOCK, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Lent, 1579-80; 
B.A. 1582-3; M.A. 1586. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Aug. 23, 
1583. R. of Rampton, Cambs., 1583-1631. Buried there, 
June 21, 1631. 

ALCOCK. ROBERT (1633), tee ELCOCK. 

ALCOCK, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, May 12, 
1733. S. of John, grazier, of Lines. B. at Marsh Chapel. 
School, Glanford-Brigg, Lines. Matric. 1733; B.A. 1736-7. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 5, 1737; priest, Dec. 21, 1740. 
R. of Newton-le-Wold, Lines., 1745-51. Died 1751. (Scott- 
Mayor, III, 447.) 

ALCOCK, THOMAS. D.Civ. and Can.L. 1489 (Incorp. from 
Bologna). Master of St Wolstan's Hospital, Worcester, 1503. 
Ord. subdeacon (ElyJ June 13, 1489. Archdeacon of Wor- 
cester, 1483-1500. R. of Brandon, Suffolk, 1491-6. R. of 
Bluntisham, Hunts., 1492-1523. Archdeacon of Ely, 1496. 
Chancellor of Worcester, 1503-8. V. of H. Sepulchre, Cam- 
bridge, 1516. Canon of Hereford, till 1522. Master of Jesus 
College, Feb. I5i5-6;resigned, July 14, 1516. Died Sept. 12, 
1523. (Cooper, I. 28; A. Gray.) 

ALCOCK, THOMAS. Fellow of Jesus. M.A. 1499-1500. Ord. 

subdeacon (Ely) Mar. 13, 1499-1500, then B.A., of York 

diocese, and Fellow. Perhaps R. of Sbipdham, Norfolk, 

1500-15. 
(Cooper, following Blomefield, identifies the R. of Ship- 

dbam with the former; but the degrees and ordinations point 

to different men.) 
ALCOCK, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from King's, Michs. 1611; 

B.A. from Jesus, 1615-6; M.A. 1619. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 

Sept. 19; priest, Sept. 20, 1619. P.C. of Bury, Hunts., 1619. 

Perhaps V. of Broad Hinton, Wilts., 1629-64. Died Nov. 26, 

1664. 



Alder, John 



ALCOCK, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, June 21, 

1704. S. of Thomas, gent., of Portsmouth. B. in Leics. 

School, Melton Mowbray. Matric. 1704; B.A. 1707-8; M.A. 

1711. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 24, 1710; priest (Ely, L.d. 

from Lincoln) Feb. 21, 1713-4. R. of Gunby, Linos., 1718- 

37. R. of Stainby, 1718. R. of Husbands-Bosworth, Leics., 

1737. 
ALCOCK, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1614; 

B.A. 1618-9; M.A, 1622. Ord. deacon (London); priest 

(Norwich) Mar. 3, 1624-5. R. of Brettenham, Suffolk, 

1624-7. 
ALCOCK, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 26, 1644. 

Of Middlesex. Matric. 1644; B.A. 1647-8; M.A. from Peter- 
house, 1651. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1650-51. S. of Thomas, 

of London, haberdasher. 
ALLCOCK, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1647. 
ALCOCK, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 21) at St John's, Jan. 11, 

1730-1. S. of Peter, husbandman, of Yorks. B. at Thresh- 

field. School, Threshfield. Matric. 1731. 

ALCOCK, . Scholar of Trinity, 1547. 

ALCOCKSON, HUMFREY. Student at Cambridge. B.A. 

(Oxford), 1552. Chaplain, Magdalen Hall, 1553. Preb. of 

St Paul's, 1560. Will proved (Lambeth Reg.) 1560. (Al. 

Oxon.) 
ALDAM, EDMUND. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Easter, 

1588. 
ALDBOROUGH, see ALBOROUGH. 
ALDHAM, EDWARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Caius, Oct. 23, 

1566, age 18. Of Shimpling, Norfolk. S. of John, gent. 

Matric. pens, from St John's, Lent, 1564-5, as Edmund. Of 

Hoxne, Suffolk, gent. Will proved (Norw. C.C.) 1624. 
ALDHAM, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Trinity, c. 1596. 
ALDHAM, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pembroke, Jan. 28, 

1673-4. S. of Thomas, gent. B.atSapiston, Suffolk. Matric. 

1674; B.A. 1677-8; M.A. 1681. Ord. deacon (Ely); priest 

(Norwich) Aug. 1688. R. of Westhorp, Suffolk, 1688-1727. 
ALDHAM, THOMAS. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1592. Of 

Norfolk. M.l. at Sapiston, Suffolk, to Thos. Aldham, who 

died Jan. 16, 1640-1, aged 67. (Le Neve, Mon. 1. 192.) 
ALDHAM, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, 

Jan. 28, 1673-4. S. of Thomas, gent. B. at Sapiston, Suffolk. 

Matric. 1674. 
ALDHAM, WILLIAM. Matric pens, from St John's, Easter, 

1550. 
ALDBRIDGE, FRANCIS, see ALDRICH. 
ALDCROFT, CHARLES. Adm. sizar (age 24) at St John's, 

Dec. 17, 1709. S. of Charles, gent. B. at Knutsford, Cheshire. 

School, Manchester. Matric. 1710; B.A. 1713-4. R. of 

Wallasey, Cheshire, 1718-49. Died 1749. 
ALDEM, JOHN. Adm. at King's, scholar from Eton, Sept. 1, 

1592, age 18. B. in Windsor. B.A. 1596-7; M.A. 1600; 

B.D. 1613. Fellow, 1595-1617. Vice-Provost, 1615-6. 

Taxor, 1610. Ord. priest (Lincoln) June 15, 1606. R. of 

Prescot, Lanes. 161&-42. Died 1642. (Harwood.) 
ALDEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Magdalene, Dec. 7, 1646, aged 

17. S.ofThomas(i585), clerk, of Alphington, Devon. .School, 

Shillingford. Matric. 1646; B.A. 1650-1. R. of Kenn, Devon. 

Succeeded his father as R. of Alphington. 
ALDEN, JOHN. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1703. Of Norfolk. 

Matric. Easter, 1703. 
ALDEN or ALDHAM, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Corpus 

Ghristi, Easter, 1585, as 'Robert'; B.A. 1588-9; M.A. 1592. 

Of Norfolk. R. of Alphington, Devon, 1638, which he resigned 

to his son, John, R. of Kenn, Devon. R. of Exminster, 

1629-46. V. of Brampford Speke, 1628-36. Preb. of Exeter, 

1631-51. Died Sept. 9, 1651. (Walker, Sufferings.) 
ALDERSor ALDER, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Christ's, 

Apr. 21, 1662. S. of Henry. B. at Gateshead-on-Tyne. 

School, Houghton. Matric. 1662. 
ALDERS, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age iC) at Pembroke, July 14, 

1664. S. of James, of Cambridge, chandler. Matric. 1667; 

B.A. 1668-9; M.A. 1672. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Dec. 1671. 

R. of Little Easton, Essex, 1678. Father of the next. 
ALDERS, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, July 4, 

1705. S. of James, clerk. B. at Little Easton, Essex. School, 

Felstead. Matric. 1705 ; B.A. 1708-9; M.A. from King's 1712. 

Ord. deacon (London) July 4; priest, Sept. 24, 1710. Chaplain 

at King's, 1710. V. of Gt and Lit. Easton, 1720-6. V. of 

Gt Sampford, 1726-35. Died 1735. 
ALDER, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1554; 

B.A. 1559-60. 
ALDER, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, June 8, 1630. 

S. ot William. B. at Newcastle. School, York. Matric. 1631 ; 

B.A. 1634-5. Perhaps Ord. deacon and priest (Lincoln) Apr. 

9, 1646; called 'M.A.' (Peile, i. 404.) 



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ALDERS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 8, 1635. 
Of Essex. Matric. 1635; B.A. i63<)-40; M.A. 1643. Fellow 
of Peterhouse, 1645. Sequestered to Fulboume, Cambs., 
1646. V. of Freckenham, Suffolk, 165 1. Father of the next. 

ALDERS, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Apr. 14, 

1669. S. of John, clerk, of Freckenham, Suffolk. B. there. 

School, Bury. Matric. 1669; B.A. 1672-3; M.A. 1676. 

Incorp. at Oxford, 1675. S. of above. 
ALDER, JOSIAS. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1576. 
ALDER, PETER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 9, 1663. One 

of these names M.D. 1682 {LU. Reg.). 
ALDER, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Trinitv, Easter, 1579. 

ALDER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 30, 1657. 

Matric. 1657; B.A. 1660-1; M.A. 1664. V. of Grindon, 

Durham, 1668-79. Buried there, Jan. 4, 1678-9. (H. M. 

Wood.) 
ALDERFORD, WILLIAM DE. M.A. Chaplain of the University, 

1347. (Stokes, Chaplains.) 
ALDERMAN, FRANCIS. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Lent, 

1634-5. Migrated to Clare, Apr. 30, 1635; B.A. from Clare, 

1638-9; M.A. 1642. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Dec. 22, 1639. 

Perhaps V. of Dalby Magna, Leics., 1658. 

ALDERMAN, NICHOLAS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Micbs. 
1569 as 'Michael.' 

ALDERMAN, PETER. Adm. pens, at Sx John's, May 16, 
1707, age 18. S. of Peter, deceased. B. at Hadleigh, 
Suffolk. School, Ipswich. Matric. 1707. (Pedigree in Vis. 
of Suff. 1664.) 

ALDERSEY, SAMUEL. Adm. Scholar at Trinity Hall, 
Dec. 30, 1734. Of Wigan, Lanes. Matric. July i73i; LL.B. 
1738. S. of Samuel, of Wigan, clerk. Matric. at Christ 
Church, Oxford, Nov. 29, 1731, age 17. Ord. deacon (Lin- 
coln) Mar. 6, 1736-7; priest, Dec. 24, 1738. V. of Bunbury, 
Cheshire, 1760-82. 

ALDERSEY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Michs. i6ig. 
One of these names, s. and h. of John, of Spurston, 
Cheshire, gent., adm. at Gray's Inn, May 15, 1622. Escheator 
of Cheshire. Bapt. 1600. Buried Oct. 19, 1675. (Vis. of 
Chesh. 1613; J. Foster, Gray's Inn.) 

ALDERSEY, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1612. Scholar of Trinity, 1614; B.A. from Trinity, 16x5-6; 
M.A. 1619. Fellow of Trinity, 1618. 

ALDERSEY, WILLIAM. M.A. 1639 (Incorp. from Oxford). S. 
of William, of Chester, Esq. Matric. (Oxford) Dec. 9, 1631, 
age 19; B..\. 1632-3; M.A. 1635. Fellow of Brasenose 
College. BuriedinTempleChurch, May 29, 1642. {Al.Oxon.; 
Vis. of Cheshire, 1613.) 

ALDERSLEY, THOMAS. Scholar of Queens', 1517-9- 

ALDERSON, EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Apr. 7, 1731. S. of James, of Halifax, Yorks. B. there. 
School, Bradford, Yorks. Matric. 1731; Scholar, 1731. 
Migrated to Christ's, May 7, 1733- LL.B. 1737. 

ALDERSON, FRANCIS. Presented to Gt Stukeley, Hunts., 
1673, by Trinity Hall. 'B.A.' There till 1675. (No matricu- 
lation or graduation found.) 

ALDERSON, JAMES. Matric. sirar from St John's, Easter, 
1621; B.A. 1624-5; M.A. 1628. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Sept. 23, 
1627. C. of Boxford, Suffolk, 1638. 

ALDERSON, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
Sept. 3, 1660. Of Kent. 

ALDERSON, JOHN. Adm. Fell-Com. (age 17) at Sidney, 
July 6, 1741. S. of Richard, R. of Langton with Northaller- 
ton, Yorks. B. at Bawtry, Yorks School, Winchester. 
Matric. 1742; B.A. 1744-5; M.A. 1748. Died May 4, 1782. 
(G. Mag.) 

ALDERSON, MARTIN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, 
May 2, 1634. S. of John, tallow-chandler, of Chelmsford, 
Essex B. there. School, Chelmsford. Matric. 1634; B.A. 
1637-8. P.C. of Lit. Dunmow, Essex, till 1640. R. of Latch- 
ingdon, 1680. Died 1680. 

ALDERSON or ALDERSTON, RICHARD. B.A. 1489-90; M.A. 
1493. 

ALDERSON, RICHARD. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, June x6, 1612, age 17. B. in London. Matric. 1612. 
Left in 1614. 

ALDERSON, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, 
May 28, 1705. S. of John, druggist, of Selby. Schovil, York. 
Matric. 1705; B.A. 1708-9. Ord. deacon (London) Mar. 5, 
1709-10. Perhaps R. of Langton, York?., 1724-6. Died 1726. 

ALDERSON, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Sr John's, Michs. 
1626; B.A. from King's, 1639-30; M.A. 1633. 



Aldred, Thomas 

ALDERSON, SAMUEL. Of Kent. Described as B.A. of Em- 
manuel when ordained deacon (Ely) Dec. 20, 1668. M.A. 
Emmanuel, 1673 (Lit. Reg.). One of these names curate of 
Deptford, 1673. Licensed to preach by the Archbishop. 
R. of St James, Garlickhithe, 1685-96 Died 1696. 

ALDERSON or ALDSTON, THOMAS. B.A. 1488. 

ALDERSON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 20) at Christ's, 
Feb. 26, 1724-5- B. at Bainbridge, Yorks. School, Sedbergh. 
Matric. 1724-5; M.A. 1728 {Com. Reg.). Fellow, 1731-3. 
V.of EUand, Yorks., 1734-47- V. of Burgh Wallis, 1733-54. 
Buried there, Dec. 20, 1754- For a possible explanation of 
his honorary degree see Peile, 11. 209. 

ALDERSTON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Pembroke, Easter, 
1572; B.A. 1575-6; M..\. from Magdalene, 1579. Perhaps R. 
of St Alphage, Canterbury, 1580. V. of Hougham, 1590-2. 
R. of Stouting, 1590. 

ALDERTON, GEOFFREY. Adm. sizar at Queens', Apr. 25, 
1588. Of Suffolk. B.A. (? 1591-2); M.A. 1595. V.of Ardleigh, 
Essex, 1602. 

ALDEY, VILLERS. Adm. pens, at Caius as Aldyc, Feb. 3, 
1568-9, age 16. Of Gunthorpe, Northants. S. of Adam, 
deceased. School, Sandwich, Kent. Matric. 1569. Migrated 
to Pembroke. B.A. 1572-3; M.A. 1576, as Aide. Fellow 
of Pembroke, 1574-9. {Venn, i. 64.) 

ALDHOUSE, see also ALDUS. 

ALDHOUSE, ALLEYNE. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1725. Of 
Norfolk. Matric. 1726; B.A. 1728-9. V. of Field Dalling, 
Norfolk, 1745. V. of Roughton, 1747-88. R. of Ingworth, 
Norfolk, till 1788. Died Sept. 2, 1788, aged 81. (G. Mag) 

ALDHOUSE, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 
Easter, 1651. Of Suffolk. (Adm. 1650, as 'Aldow.') 

ALDHOUSE, ROBERT. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Caius, Jure 6, 
1609, age 17. S. of John, of Ash Bocking, Suffolk, gent. 
School, Earl Soham. Matric. i6og; B.A. 161 1-2. Adm. at 
Gray's Inn, Nov. 27, 1612. Of Ash Bocking, gent. Married 
Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel Blenerhasset, of Lowdham Hall, 
Suffolk. WiU proved (P.C.C.) 1666. {Venn, 1 202.) 

ALDHOUSE, STEPHEN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Caius, Feb. 5, 
1695-6. S. of Stephen, medical practitioner, of Alburgh, 
Norfolk. B. atMatlask. Schools, Wickmere and Thurgarton. 
Matric. 1696; Scholar, 1696-1701. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Dec. 22, 1700 C. of Bassingham, Lines., 1700. Died 1735: 
'Of Thwaite, Norfolk, clerk.' {Venn, i. 497.) 

ALDRED, BENJAMIN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 
1606; Scholar, 1608; B.A. 1609-10; M.A. 1613, as Alured; 
B.D. 1621. Fellow, 1612. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Oct. 15; 
priest, Oct. 16, 1618. R. of Rise, Yorks., 1624-8. Died 1628 
{Paulson, I. 412). Probably s. of John, of Charterhouse, 
Hull. {Yorks. Genealogist, p. 2.) 

ALDRED, EDWARD. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Peterhouse, 
Michs. 1608. 

ALDRED, GERVASE or JERVIS. Matric. sizar from Corpus 
Christi, Easter, 1607. Of Notts. B.A. 1610-1. V. of Clay- 
brook, Leics., 1628. 

ALDRED or ALRED, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Caius, June 7, 
1587, age 16. S. of Thomas. Of Yaxham, Norfolk. School, 
E. Dereham. Matric. 1587; Scholar, 1588-95; B.A. 1594-5. 
Ord. priest (Norwich) Oct. 11, 1597. V. of Rushall, Norfolk, 
1603-8. V. of Worstead, 1603-48. Buried Dec. i, 1648. 
{Venn, 1. 129.) 

ALDRED or ALRED, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, 
Michs. 1569. One of these names, s. of Thomas, of the 
Charterhouse, Hull: succeeded his father. M.P. for Hull, 
1584-7. Died c. 1611. {Vis. of Yorks., 1584.) 

ALDRED, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 1588-9. Matric. 
Lent, 1588-9. Probably the same as next. 

ALDRED, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Caius, Oct. 13, 1590, age 14. 
S. of William, clerk. B. at Colwick, Notte. School, Mansfield. 
B.A. 1592-3- 

ALDRED, JOHN. Matric. pens, from I>eterhouse, Michs. 
1608. 

ALDRED, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Magdalene, June 27, 1649, 
age 16. S. of John, of Diss, Norfolk. School, Diss. Matric. 
1649; B.A. 1652-3; M.A. 1664. Incorp. at Oxford, 1664. 
R. of Bolingbroke, Lines., 1663-96. R. of Mavis Enderby, 
1667; and of Wester Kele, 1679. Preb. of Lincoln, 1660-98 
(died). {At. Oxon.) 

ALDRED, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Clement's Hostel, 
Easter, 1544. One of these names M.P. for Kingston-on-HuU, 
1557-8, and Mayor of Hull, 1561. 

ALDRED or ALRED, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, 
Michs. 1572. One of these names s. of Thomas, of the 
Charterhouse, Hull. 'Customer' of Hull. M.P. for Hedon- 
in-Holdemew, 1638-9. Died May, 1638. (Vis. of Yorks., 1384.) 



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ALORED, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 18, is^e. 

age 16. Of Yaxham, Norfolk. S. of Thomas. Matric. 1576; 

B.A. 1579-80. Perhaps R. of Salle, Norfolk, 1587-90. Will 

proved (Norwich), 1590. {Venn, i. 86.) 
ALDRED, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Caius, Nov. 1561. 

One of these names V. of Ruddington, Notts., 1572-3. 

ALDRED, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Easter, 

1651. Of. Norfolk. Matric. 1630. 
ALDRIDGE, DANIEL. Adm. sizar at Jesus, June 24, 1661. 

S. of Goodier, clothworker, of London. B. Apr. z, 1642; 

in St John Baptist's, London. School, Merchant Taylors': 

head-scholar, 1660. Matric. 1661; B.A. 1664-5; M.A. 1668. 

ALDRICH, EDimjND. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 12, 1516, age 16. B. at Bumham, Bucks. B.A. 1520-1. 
Probably died before 1524. 

ALDRICHE or ALDRED, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Easter, 1578. Of Norfolk. Matric. 1578. 

ALDRICH, EDWARD. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Jesus, Michs. 

1 61 2. Colonel in the Parliamentary army; Governor of 

Aylesbury, 1643. (A. Gray.) 
ALDRICH, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 

Michs. 1554. 
ALDRICH, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1589. 

B. in Kent, c. 1576. B.A. 1592-3; M.A. 1596; B.D., from 
Sidney, 1603; D.D. i6og. Incorp. atOxford, 1606. Oneofthe 
original fellows of Sidney, 1599. Master of Sidney, Apr. 1608. 
Died Dec. 27, 1609. Buried at St Margaret's, Canterbury. 
Will (P.C.C.) 1609. Benefactor to Sidney. {Cooper, 11. 525.) 

ALDRICH, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 
1626; B.A. 1629-30. 

ALDRICH, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 
1622; Scholar from Westminster. B.A. 1626-7; M.A. 1630. 

C. of Crowhurst, 1644-52. Held a living from which he was 
sequestered ; afterwards kept a celebrated school at Cheam, 
Surrey. Died 1685, aged 83. M.I. at Cheam. (Al. 
Westmon.) 

ALDRICH, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, Apr. 24, 1714. 
S. of George, gent. B. at Thrussington, Leics. Matric. 1716. 
Already matric. at Lincoln College, Oxford, Dec. 5, 1709, 
age 18. B.A. (Oxford), 1713; M.B. (Camb.), 1716. 

ALDRICH, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1563. 
S. of John, of Norwich, and brother of Thomas (1557-8). 
B.A. from Corpus Christi, 1567-8; M.A. 1571. Fellow of 
Corpus Christi, 1569-79. Licensed to teach grammar at Nor- 
wich, May, 1583. Died 1593. Benefactor to the College. 

ALDRICH, JAMES. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Easter, 
1629; B.A. 1631-2; M.A. 1635. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Dec. 23, 1632; priest, May 24, 1635. R. of Flixton, Sufiolk, 
1635. R. of BradweU, 1638-57. Buried Nov. 1657. 

ALDRICH or ALDREDE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, 
Easter, 1579; B.A. 1582-3; M.A. 1586. Fellow, c. 1584. 

ALDRIDGE, JOHN (1597), see BEADLE. 

ALDRIDCH, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 
Michs. 1628. Of Norfolk. 

ALDRICH, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Caius, May 14, 1657, age 17. 
S. of James, cJerk, of BradweU, Suffolk (above). School, 
Bradwcll. Matric. 1657; Scholar, 1657-60. (Venn, i. 397.) 

ALDRICH, MICHAEL. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 
Easter, 1632. Of Norfolk. B.A. 1635-6; M.A. from Trinity 
HaU, 1639. 

ALDRICH, PEREGRINE. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Jesus, 
Michs. 1612; B.A 1615-6. 'After went to the Innes of 
Courte. He was a gentleman of Middlesex' (from A. Gray's 

MSS.). 

ALDRICH or ALDRYGE, RICHARD. Adm. at King's a scholar 
from Eton, Aug. 13, 1547, age 17. B. at Stanton St John, 
Oxon. Matric. 1547. X-eft in 1549. 

ALDRICH or ALDRED, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Corpus 
Christi, Easter, 1578. 

ALDRICH, ROBERT. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 
1507. B. at Bumham, Bucks. B.A. 15x1-2; M.A. 1515; 
Grfl<« for B.D. 1517. Incorp. at Oxford, 1529. D.D. (Oxford) 
1530. Friend of Erasmus at College, with whom he went to 
Walsingham Priory. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 15, 1521-2. 
Head Master of Eton, 1515-21. University preacher, 1533. 
Proctor, 1524-5. R. of Cheriton, Hants., 1531. Archdeacon 
of Colchester, 1531-7. Canon of Windsor, 1534. Provost of 
Eton, 1536. Almoner to Queen Jane Seymour. Bishop of 
Carlisle, 1537-56. Obtained a Grant of Arms, 1537. Com- 
piled the Register of the Order of the Garter. Died at Hom- 
castle,Mar.5, 1556. Buried there. Will (P.C.C.) 1556. [Cooper. 
I. 142: D.N. B.) 

ALDRICH, ROBERT. B.A. 1520-1 (ist in the orOo). 



Aldworth, Charles 

ALDRIDGE, ROBERT. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Sept. 29, i56i,age 17. B. at Burnham, Bucks. B.A. 1565-6, 
ist in the ordo. Fellow, 1564-7. V. of St Mary, Nottingham, 
1578-1616. Buried there, July 28, 1616. 

ALDRICH, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Caius, Jan. 24, 1631-2. 
B. at Glemham, Sufiolk. S. of John, gent. School, Bury. 
Matric. 1632; B.A. 1635-6; M.A. 1639. Perhaps R. of Lud- 
borough. Lines., 1660. (Venn, i. 303.) 

ALDRICH, SIMON. Scholar of Trinity, Easter, 1596; B.A. 
1596-7; M.A. 1600; B.D. 1607. Fellow, 1599. V. of Ringmer, 
Sussex, 1611-27. 

ALDRICH, STEPHEN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Oct. 13, 1725. 
Of Kent. Matric. 1726; B.A. 1729-30. One of these names 
R. of Clerkenwell and of Layer Breton, Essex, 1761-9. Died 
Sept. 8, 1769. (G. Mag.) 

ALDRYGE, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity Hall, 
Michs. 1544 (impubes). 

ALDRICH, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, Lent, 
1557-8. S. of John, of Norwich, Mayor and M.P. B.A. from 
Trinity, 1561-2; M.A. 1565. Fellow of Trinity, 1562. Proctor, 
1569-70. Masterof Corpus, 1570-3. Archdeacon of Sudbury, 
1570. Canonof Westminster, 1576. R. of Hadleigh, Suffolk. 
Resigned the Mastership, 1573. Brother of Henry (1563). 
Died 1576-7. (Cooper, i. 360.) 

ALDRIDGE, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from St Catharine's, 
Michs. 1564. Ord. deacon (Ely) Dec. 21, 1568; priest (Peterb.) 
Apr. 22, 1570. V. of Wilshamstead, Beds., 1574-98. V. of 
Stowe, Lines., 1589. Preb. of Lincoln, 1589-91. Buried at 
Wilshamstead, May 28, 1598. 

ALDRIDGE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 30, 
1595. Matric. c. 1595. Previously at Jesus, 1593. B.A. 
1598-9; M.A. 1604. Ord. deacon and priest (Norwich) Dec. 
22, 1605, age 27. C. of Denstone, Sufiolk. R. of Rush- 
mere, 1633. R. of Bradfield St Clare, 1633. Will proved 
(V.C.C.) Feb. 1640-1. 

ALDRIDGE, THOMAS. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Christ's, 
Easter, 1625. S. and b. of John, of Norfolk, Esq. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Jime 5, 1627. 

ALDRICH, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 3, 1617. 

Matric. 1617; B..^. 1620-1; M.A. 1624. 
ALDRICH, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, Jan. 30, 1625-6, 

age 17. S. of John, of Walsden (? Wantisden), Suffolk. 

School, St Paul's. Matric. 1626; B.A. 1629-30. School- 
master in Norwich, 1662. Perhaps master at Cheam, 1646- 

62. (Venn, I. 274.) 
ALDRICHE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Jesus, May 19, 1628. 

Of Kent. Matric. 1629; B.A. 1631-2. 
ALDRICH, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Sidney, June 24, 

1745. Eldest s. of William, druggist, of Stowmarket, 

Suffolk. B. there. School, Lavenham, Sufiolk. Matric. 1745; 

B.A. 1749-50. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Aug. 1756. 

ALDRICH or ALREGGE, . B.A. 1500-1; M.A. 1505. 

A William Aldred, V. of Witchford, Cambs, 1506-21. 

ALDRICH, ALLRED or OLRED, . B.Can.L. 1505-6. 

ALDRITCH, . B.A. 1510-1. 

ALDRICH, . Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, June 30, 1740. 

ALDSLYE, ROGER, see AUDSLEY, 

ALDUS, see ako ALDHOUSE. 

ALDUS, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 25, 1674. 

Of Blaxhall, Sufiolk. B.A. 1677-8. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 

Mar. 7, 1679-80; priest, June 5, 1680. 
ALDUS, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 26, 1635-6. 

Of Suffolk. Matric. 1637; B.A. 1639-40; M.A. 1643. Minister 

at Freston, Suffolk, 1648. (Shaw.) 

ALDUS, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1622; 

B.A. 1625-6; M.A. 1629. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 20, 

1628. 
ALDUS, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1625. 

Of Sufiolk. Migrated to Oxford. B.A. (Christ Church), 1629; 

M.A. (Emmanuel, Cambridge), 1632. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 

Sept. 22, 1633. R. of Copdock, Sufiolk, 1643-5; sequestered. 

R. of Blaxhall, 1653-80. Died i68o. (Al. Oxon.) 
ALDWIN, THOMAS. .\dm. sizar at Caius, Mar. 1617-8, age 15. 

Of Rickmansworth, Herts. S. of Charles. Schools, Sarratt 

and Watford. Matric. 1618; Scholar, 1618-25; B.A. 1621-2; 

M.A. 1625. 

ALDWINCKLE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Trinity, May 27, 
1668. Matric. 1668; Scholar, 1671; B.A. 1671-2; M.A. 1675. 
Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 20, 1674. 

ALDWORTH, CHARLES. Matric. FeU.-Com. from King's, 
Easter, 1693. Perhaps s. of William of Frogmore. Of 
Frogmore. M.P. for New Windsor, 1712-14. Killed in a 
duel Sept. 21, 1714. (Mis. Gen. et Her. 3rd S. v. 111.) 



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Alee, Matthew 

ALEE or ALLEYE, MATTHEW. Adm. at King's a scholar from 
Eton, Aug. 24, 1560, age 16. B. in Windsor. Matric 1560; 
B.A. 1564-5; Fellow, 1563-8. 

ALEFOUNDER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 8, 
1648-9. S. of John. Of Dedham, Essex. Matric. 1649; B.A. 
1652-3; M.A. 1656; B.D. 1663; D.D. 1683. Fellow, 1655. 
R. of Thurcastoo, Leics., 1667-1700. Died Mar. la, 1700, 
aged 69. Father of the next. {Nichols, iii. 1049.) 

ALFOUNDER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 17, 
1702-3. Of Thurcaston, Leics. S. of above. Matric. 1704; 
B.A. 1706-7; Fellow, 1709; M.A. 1710; B.D. 1717. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 23, 1710. R. of N. Lufienham, Ruts., 
for 33 years. Died Mar. 29, 1755. {Nichols, iii. 1049.) 

ALEPH, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Clare as Alifie, Michs. 

1674- 
ALEPH, GILES. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1559; B.A. 

1562-3; M.A. 1566. Fellow. Perhaps Giles Aylett, R. of 

Sutton, Essex, 1593-1629. Died 1629. 

ALEPH, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Easter, 

1588. 

ALEPH, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1548. 

ALESBIE, SAMUEL (1627), see AILESBY. 

ALESIUS, ALEXANDER, alias ALESS and ALANE. Bom in 

Edinburgh, Apr. 23, 1500. Graduated at St Andrews. An 

early reformer. Imprisoned at St Andrews, but escaped to 

Wittenberg, 1533, where he made the friendship of Luther 

and Melancthon. Invited to England by Cranmer, 1535. 

For a time appointed by the King to lectiu-e at Cambridge; 

where he was a member of Queens' College. Afterwards 

in London. Returned about 1540 to Germany. Died at 

Leipsic, Mar. 17, 1565-6. For an account of his theological 

writings, see D.N.B. {Cooper, i. 239.) 
ALESTREE, see ALLESTREE. 
ALETT, see ALLETT and AYLETT. 
ALEXANDER, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, 

Feb. 25, 1634-5. S. of Joseph, baker. B. at Bury St Edmunds. 

School, Bury. Matric 1635; B.A. 1638-g. 
ALEXANDER, CHARLES. B.A. 1634 (Incorp. from Oxford). 

B.A. from Exeter College, Oxford, 1633: 'eq. aur.fil.' 
ALEXANDER, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 

1582. 
ALEXANDER, EDWARD. Adm. at King's, a schoUr from 

Eton, Aug. 23, 1626, aged 17. B. at Winchester. Matric. 

pens. 1626; B.A. 1630-1; M.A. 1634; Fellow, 1629-35. In 

Holy Orders. 

ALEXANDER, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, 
Easter, 1648. S. of Edward, draper, of Canterbury. School, 
Canterbury. Migrated to St John's, Apr. 4, 1651, age 18. 
B.A. 1651-2. R. of Wickham, Kent, 1654; ejected 1662. 
{Calamy, 11. 71.) 

ALEXANDER, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, 
Easter, 1571. B.A. 1573-4; M.A. 1577. Fellow, 1574. 

ALEXANDER, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Pembroke, 
March 16, 1732-3- S. of Maurice (1703-4), R. of Coney 
Weston, Suffolk. Matric. 1733. 

ALEXANDER, JEROME. Adm. pens, at Caius, Sept. 11, 1609, 
age 15. S. of Jerome, gent., of Thorpland, Norfolk. B. at 
Gressenhall. School, Aylsham. Matric. 1609. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, i6i6. Barrister-at-law. Fled to Ireland, 1655. 
Knighted, 1660. Puisne Judge of Common Pleas (Ireland), 
1660. Author. Died June 25, 1670. {Venn, 1. 304.) 

ALEXANDER, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 
Easter, 1637. Of Suffolk. S. of Thomas. B.A. 1639-40; M.A. 

1643. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 1; priest, June 16, 

1644. R. of Alderton, Suffolk, 1648. R. of OUey, Suffolk, 
till 1661. Died Apr. 10, 1661, aged 42. M.I. at Framlingham. 
{Loder, 310.) 

ALEXANDER, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, May 27, 1717. 
Of Suffolk. Matric. 1717; B.A. 1721-2. Ord. deacon (Nor- 
wich) Dec. 24, 1721; priest, June 1723. C. of Bedingfield, 
Suffolk. R. of Athelmgton, 1730. R. of Tattington and 
Brundish, 1731. 

ALEXANDER, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 20) at Caius, May 2, 
1744- S. of Anthony, tanner, late of Norwich. B. there. 
School, Norwich. Matric. 1744; Scholar, 1744-51; B.A. 
1747-8. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 6, 1747; as C. of 
Wordwcll; priest, Sept. 23, 1750; as C. of Swannington, 
Norfolk. R. of Gunton, 1768-73. V. of Suffield, 1768-73. 
Died 1773. {Venn, 11. 54.) 

ALEXANDER, JOSEPH. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 
1670. Of Bury, Suffolk. School, Bury. Migrated to Clare. 
B.A. 1673-4; M.A. 1677. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 18, 
1675; priest, Aug. 4, 1677. R. of Ickworth and Chcdburgb, 
Suffolk, 1692-1719. Died at Bury, May 30, 1719. 



Alger, Daniel 

ALEXANDER, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, July 6, 
1714- S. of Joseph, clerk, of Bury St Edmunds, R. of 
Ickworth. B. at Homingsheath, Suffolk. School, Bury. 
Matric. 1714; Scholar, 1714-19; LL.B. 1719. Died May 31, 
1733- Buried at Ickworth. M.I. there. {Venn, 11. 3.) 

ALEXANDER, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at Christ's. Jan. 20, 
I7I4--5- B. at Bury St Edmunds. School, Bury. Matric. 
1715; Scholar, 1716; B.A. 1718-9; M.A. 1724. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Feb. 1718-9; priest, June 1720. R. of Stonham 
Parva, Suffolk, 1725. R. of Wortham, 1739. {PeiU, 11. 185.) 

ALEXANDER, MAURICE. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Pembroke, 
Feb. 9, 1703-4. S. of Waldegrave, of Badingham, Suffolk, 
gent. Matric. 1704; B.A. 1707-8; M.A. 1712. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Mar. 1708-9; priest, Sept. 24, 1709. R. of Coney- 
Weston, Suffolk, 1709. 

ALEXANDER, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Clement's 
Hostel, Easter, 1544. One of these names R. of Weeley, 
Essex, 1559-80. Died 1580. 

ALEXANDER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Sept. 11, 
1634. Of Suffolk. S. and h. of Tliomas, of Framlingham, 
Suffolk. Matric. 1634. Adm. at Gray's Inn, from Staple Inn, 
Feb. 5, 1639-40. Barrister, 1645. Of Framlingham, Esq. 
Married Elizabeth, dau. of John Waldegrave, of Badingham. 
Died Apr. 18, 1658, aged 40. {Vis. of Suff. 1664.) 

ALEXANDER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Pembrok;:. 
Apr. 26, 1666. S. of Benjamin. B. in London. Matric. 1667; 
B.A. 1669-70; M.A. 1673. Fellow, 1671-3. Ord. deacon 
(Lond.) Jime, 1674. R- of Latchingdon, Essex, 1680. Lec- 
turer at Ipswich. Died 1712. 

ALEXANDER , WALDEGR AV E . Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
1665-6. S. and h. of Thomas, of Framlingham, Suffolk, Esq., 
above. B. Apr. 17, 1650. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 7, 
1661-2. Of Badingham, Suffolk. Married Jane, dau. of 
Maurice Skelton. {Vis. of Suff. 1664; Le Neve, Mon. iv. 59.) 

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM. M.A. 1624 {Lit. Reg.). 

ALIEN, JOHN. Franciscan friar. B.D. of Cambridge. Incorp. 
at Oxford, 1459. 

ALLFIELD, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
May 13, 1639. Of Peterborough. Scholar, 1640; B.A. 1642-3. 
Ord. deacon and priest (Lincoln) July 28, 1646. One of these 
names (called M.A.) R. of Graffham, Hunts., 1667-89. 
R. of Welbome, Norfolk, 1646. Died 1689. 

ALFIELD or AWFIELD, ROBERT. Adm. at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, Aug. 15, 1532, age 18. B. at Eton. B.A. 1535-6. 
Fellow, 1535-c. 1539. Assistant at Eton. Master of Gloucester 
School. Father of the next. 

ALFIELD or AWFYLD, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, 1568. S. of Robert, above B. at Gloucester, 
1552. Matric. 1568; B.A. 1572-3. Fellow of King's, 1571-5. 
Appeared first at Douay, Sept. 8, 1576. Returned thither, 
1580. Ord. priest (Chalons) Mar. 4, 1580-1. Sent to England 
soon after. Apprehended and convicted. Hanged at Tyburn, 
July 6, 1585. {English Martyrs; D.N.B.) 

AUFIELD, WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
July 8, 1618, age 16. B. in Cambridge. Matric. 1618; B.A. 
1620-1 1 M.A. 1625. Fellow, 1621-8. Mathematical reader in 
the University. Resigned his fellowship for a living. {Har- 
wood.) 

ALFORD, FRANCIS. Scholar of Trinity, 1548. B.A. 1548-9, 
as Awlforde. Incorporated at Oxford. M.A. (Oxford) 1552. 
Supplic. for D.C.L. 1560. V. of Croxton, Cambs., 1557. 
{Fasti, 158; Al. Oxon.) 

ALFORD, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Easter, 1545. 
One of these names R. of Stondon Massey, Essex, 
1558-63. 

ALFORD or HAWFORD, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Sidney, 
July 6, 1619. S. of Robert Hawford, R. of Brigsley, Lines. 
B. there. Matric. 1619; B.A. 1622-3. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
July 29; priest, July 30, 1624. V. of Sleaford, Lines., 
1630-4; 'M.A.' (Trollope, Sleaford, 145). 

ALFORD, THEOPHILUS. M.A. 1640 (Incorp. from Oxford). 
S. of John, of Ashton, Devon, clerk. Matnc. (Oxford) July 
11, 1634, age 17; B.A. 1635-6; M.A. 1638. V. of St 
Stephen, Coleman Street, 1661 ; and of S. Weald, Essex, 
1662. {Al.Oxon.) 

ALFORD, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 1623. Matric. 
Easter, 1623; B.A. 1626-'/; M.A. 1630. S. of Thomas, of 
Coventry. (Lond. Vis. 1634.) 

ALFRAY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. a?, 1632. 
Matric. 1632, as 'Affray.' Of Sussex. S. and h. of Richard, 
of CaUfield, Esq. Adm. at Gray's Inn, July ao, 1633. Age 
18 in 1634. {Sussex Vis. 1634.) 

ALGER, DANIEL. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, June 35, 
1679. Matric. 1683; B.A. 1683-3; M.A. 1686. Ord. priest 
(London), Sept. 30, 1685. V of Wetbersfield, Suffolk. 



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Algor, Richard 

ALGOR, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Oct. ai, 1668. Of 
Suffolk. Matric. 1668; B.A. 1672-3. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Jan. 1672-3. 

ALGORE, . Paid fee for M.A. or higher degree, 1460-1. 

ALINGTON, see ALLINGTON. 

ALKIN, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 20) at Trinity, June 28, 1693. 
S. of Thomas. B. at Crakemarsh, Uttoxeter, Staffs. School, 
Uttoxeter. 

ALKIN. JOHN. M.A. from Clare, 1710. S. of Samuel, of 
Fostell, Derbs. Matric. from Pembroke College, Oxford, 
May 13, 1700, age 19; B.A. (Oxford) 1704. V. of N. Mimms, 
Hefts., 1707-49. Died May 5, 1749, aged 69. (Al. Oxon.) 

ALLKIN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, June 14, 
1688. S. of Thomas. B. at Spath, Staffs. School, Uttoxeter. 
Matric. 1688; B.A. 1691-2. 

ALLAINBRIDGE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 
1626. 

ALLALEY or ALLYLEY, J AMES. Matric. pens, from St John's, 
Easter, 1576. Of Lincoln diocese. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
Aug. 19, 1585. 

ALLALEY or HALLILEY, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Mag- 
dalene, Michs. 1575. One of these names R. of Stenigot, 
Lines., 1587-1628. R. of Little Ludford. Ord. priest (London) 
Dec. 21, 1577: 'bred in the schools.' (Lib. Cler. Lincoln.) 

ALLAM, ANDREW. Incorp. B.A. 1675, from St Edmund's 
Hostel, Oxford; and M.A. 1678. S. of Andrew, of Garsington, 
Oxon. Matric. (Oxford) May 5, 1671, age 16; B.A. (Oxford) 
1674-5; M.A. 1677. Died June 17, 1685. {Al. Oxon.) 

ALLAM, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Jesus, c. 1592. 

ALLAM, THOMAS. Incorp. M.A. 1671, from Balliol College, 
Oxford. Fellow of Balliol. Matric. (Oxford), Nov. 9, 1650; 
B.A. (Oxford), 1652; M.A. 1655. Died Aug. 17, 1671. (Al. 
Oxon.) 

ALLANSON, see also ALLENSON. 

ALLANSON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
May 6, 1680. S. of Charles, gent. B. at Craike, Yorks. 
School, E. Newton (private). Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Nov. 1, 1682. Of St Andrew's, Holbom. Secretary to Lord 
Chancellor Cowi)er. Died about 1745. (M. H. Peacock.) 

ALANSON, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 16) at 
St John's, Dec. 19, 1657. S. of Edmund, Esq., of Middlesex. 
B. there. School, Bromley, Kent. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, 1657. 

ALANSON or ALLISON, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 15) at 
Magdalene, Mar. 26, 1678-9. S. of Thomas, mercer, 
deceased. B. at Chorley, Lanes. School, Blackburn. Matric. 
1679, as Allison; B.A. 1682-3; M»A. 1686. V. of Newton- 
in-Makerfleld, 1686. R. of Clifton Reynes, Bucks. R. of 
Hardmead, 1729-45. Buried Aug. 15, 1745. 

ALANSON, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, Mar. 29, 
1716. S. of Joseph, R. of Frettenham, Norfolk. B. there. 
School, Norwich. Matric. 1716; B.A. 1720-1; Scholar, 
1716-21. Ord. deacon (Chichester) Dec. 23, 1722; priest 
(Norwich) June 29, 1723; as C. of Waxham and Blickling, 
Norfolk (Venn, 11. 5.). 

ALLASON, JOHN. M.A. from Trinity, 1738. S. of John, of 
St Michael, Worcester. Matric. from Balliol College, Oxford, 
July 3, 1712, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1716. R. of St Helen, 
Worcester, 1720. (A I. Oxon.) 

ALANSON, ROBERT. M.A. 1726. S. of Edward, of Newton, 
Lanes., clerk. Matric. (Brasenose College, Oxford) Feb. 14, 
1718-9, age 17; B.A. (Oxford), 1722. (Al. Oton.) 

ALLANSON or ALINSON, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Emmanuel, 
Michs. 1606. B. at Killam, Yorks. B.A. 1610-x. Ord. deacon 
(London) Feb. 17, 1610-1, age 25. C. of St Olave, Hart St, 
London. One Tho. Allanson, R. of Hasfield, Gloucs., 1626- 
63. Butj«i4/. Own. for a contemporary. (F. S. Hociaday.) 

ALLARD, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1568. 

ALLARD, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1563. 

ALLASTON, see ALSTON. 

ALLATT, CHAMBERLAINS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
Oct. 31, 1713. S. of Thomas, citizen of London. B. there. 
School, Westminster. Matrie. 1713; B.A. 1717-8. 

ALLAT or ALLET, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Clare, Lent, 
1564-5; B.A. 1568-9. 

ALLAT, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Clare, Lent, 1564-5. 

ALLATSON, ALARDUS (1616); su ALARDL 

ALLDE, JONATHAN. Adm. pens, at Caius, July 3, 161 1. S. of 
Edward, of St Giles Crii)plegate, printer. School, Merchant 
Taylors'. Matric. 1611. Took up his freedom as a stationer, 
July I, 1616. (Venn. 1. 213.) 

ALLEN or ALLEYNE, ABEL. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, 
July 5, 1705. S. of Thomas, of the Barbadoes, West Indies. 
School, Blackbeath, Kent. Matric. 1705; B.A. 1708-9. 



Allen, Cuthbert 

ALLEYN or ALLEN, ABRAHAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, 
Easter, 1628; B.A. 1631-2; M.A. 1635; D.D. 1668 (Lit. Reg.). 
Incorp. at Oxford, 1669. V. of Witham-on-the-Hill, Lines., 
1641. R. of Wymondham, 1648; and of W. Meon, Hants., 
1660. Preb. of Wells, 1672-80. (A I. Oxon.) 

ALLEN, ALEXANDER. Matric. sizar from Queens' Michs. 
1616. Of Lines. B.A. from St Catharine's, 1619-20. Ord. 
deacon (Peterborough) Sept. 21 ; priest, Sept. 22, 1628. V. of 
Cockerington St Leonard, Lines., 1641. 

ALLEN, ANDREW. M.A. 1615-6 (Incorp. from Oxford). 
(In Al. Oxon. he is called 'M.A. of Cambr. ; incorp. at Oxf.'; 
and as B.D. (Oxf.) 1632.) One of these names R. of Pen- 
Selwood, Somerset, 1626-8. Obtained a license. May 15, 
1633, to go to France as tutor to the sons of Sir John Strange- 
ways. (H. G. Harrison.) 

ALEYN, ANTHONY. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 
1561; B.A. 1565-6. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 11, 1568. 
V. of Burrough-on-the-Hill, Leics., till 1578 (deprived). One 
of these names, s. of Thomas, of Wellen, Bucks., suc- 
ceeded his father at Wellen. (Vis. of Bucks. 1634.) 

ALLEN, ANTHONY. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
1702. B. at Much Hadham, Herts. Matric. 1704; B.A. 1707-8; 
M.A. 1711. Fellow, 1706. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Oct. 
26,1704. S. of William, of Much Hadham, deceased. Barrister- 
at-Law. Master in Chancery, 1728-54. J. P. for Surrey. Died 
Apr. 11, 1754. Buried in the Temple Church. Antiquary; 
compiled a list of Etonians. (Harwood, 286; D.N.B.) 

ALLIN, ASHURST. M.A. from Emmanuel, 1739. S. of Richard 
of Somerleyton, Suffolk, Bart. Matric. from Christ Church, 
Oxford, Dec. 5, 1727, age 18; B.A. (Oxford), 1731. His 
father, Richard Anguish (1685), took the name Allin, and was 
created Bart. R. of Somerleyton, Blundeston and Flixton, 
Suffolk, 1732-70. Succeeded as Bart. 1765. Died Nov. 6, 
1770. (Al. Oxon.; Burke, Ext. Bart.) 

ALLEN, BARTHOLOMEW. Matric. pens, from Queens', 
Easter, 1566. 

ALLEN, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, at Queens', Ap. 20, 1681, 
Of Somerset. M.B. 1688. 

ALLEN, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 26, 1716. 
Of Essex. Perhaps the same as next. 

ALLEN, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, May g, 
1719. S. of Benjamin, of Braintree, Essex. School, Braintree. 

ALLEN, BENJAMIN. Adm. (age 19) at Sidney, June 4, 1751. 
S. of John, M.D., of Bridgwater, Somerset. School, Bridg- 
water. Matric. 1751. M.P. for Bridgwater, 1768, 1774 and 
1780 (but this Retxim amended in 1781 by substituting 
another name). Died Oct. 1791. 

ALLEN, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at Sidney, Jan. 26, 1617-8 
B. inCambs. Matric. 1618; B.A. 1621-2; M.A. 1625. Poet, 
and author. Master at St Giles' School, Cripplegate. Tutor 
to Sir Edw. Sherburne. Died 1640. Buried at S. Andrew's, 
Holbom. (D.N.B.) 

ALLEYN, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 
Mar. 4, 1685-6. S. of Giles, D.D. B. at Huntingdon. School, 
Felstead, Essex. Matric. 1686-7. Matric. also at Lincoln 
College, Oxford, Dec. 10, 1686, age 17, as s. of Giles, of 
Wansford, Northants., clerk. 

ALLEN, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Jan. 5, 1732-3. 
Of Leics. School, Oakham. Matric. 1733; B.A. 1736-7; 
M.A. 1765. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 5, 1737; priest, 
Dec. 21, 1740. Perhaps R. of Little Dunham, Norfolk, 1748 
-83. R. of Sutton Bonnington, Notts, for 40 years. V. of 
Tugby, Leics., 1774-95. Died Oct. 25, i795- (Nichols, in. 
484.) 

ALLEN, CHARLES. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, May 16, 
1740. S. of Edward, of Uttoxeter, Staffs. School, Uttoxeter. 
Matric. 1740; Scholar, 1743; B.A. 1743-4; M.A. 1747. Ord. 
priest (Norwich) Dec. 1745. C. of Fakenham, Norfolk. 
Perhaps V. of Helhoughton, Norfolk, 1 748- 69. V. of Rainham, 
1748. 

ALLEN, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar at Caius, Oct. 20, 1593, 
age 16. B. at Bumham, Norfolk. S. of John. School, Lynn. 
Matric. 1593; B.A. 1597-8; Ord. priest (Norwich) Jan. 
1600-1. V. of Stoke Holy Cross, 1602. (Kenn, i. 150.) 

ALLEN, CUTHBERT. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Christ's, Apr. 5, 
1669. S. of John. B. at Snaisholme, Yorks. School, Kirkby 
Lonsdale. Brother of Thomas (1669). Matric. 1669; B.A. 
1672-3; M.A. 1676. Ord. deacon (York) Sept. 21; priest, 
Sept. a8, 1673. V. of Hornby, Yorks., 1684-1716. A non- 
juror. (PHle, II. 20.) 

ALLEN, CUTHBERT. Adm. sizar (age 21) at St John's, June 20, 
1738. S. of John, husbandman, of Richmond, Yorks. B. at 
Snaisholme in Augarth. School, Scorton, Yorks. Matric. 
1738; B.A. 1741-2 Ord. deacon (Chester) Sept. 19; priest, 
Dec. 19, 1742. P.C. of Forcett, Yorks., 1749. V. of Wooler, 
Northumb., 1755-79. P>C. of Luckcr, in 1770. Married, at 
Newcastle, May 9, 1758, Martha Wilkie. Buried Sept. 3, 1779. 
(Scott-Mayor, in. 494.) 



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Allen, David 

ALL£N, DAVID. Of Pembroke Hall. Licensed to practise 
medicine, 1595. S« Al. Oxon. for a cleric of these names, 
V. of Brix worth, Nortbants. 

ALLEN, DAVID. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Trinity Hall, 
Dec. 28, 1729; LL.B. 1729. Doubtless s. of David, of Fob- 
stone, Pembrokeshire, gent., matric. from Queen's College, 
Oxford, I>ec. 4, 1723, age i8. V. of Mathry, Pembs., 
1732. {Al. Oxon.) 

ALLEN, EDB4UND. Of Norfolk. B.A.fromCoRPiis,i534-5; M.A. 
1537- Probablyord.deacon{Lincoln) Apr. 1, 1536. Aleamed 
protestant divine. Fellow of Corpus Chris ti, 1536. Travelled 
and studied abroad for three or four years. Chaplain to 
Princess Elizabeth, 1549. Retired from England during the 
reign of Queen Mary. Nominated to See of Rochester, 
but died before consecration. Buried at St Thomas Apostle, 
London, Aug. 30, 1559. Probably B.D. of some foreign 
University. {Cooper, 1. 198; D.N.B.) 

ALLYN, ED. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Easter, 1567. 

ALLEN, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Caius, Apr. 25, 1633, age 16. 
S. of Edmund. B. at Aylsham, Norfolk. School, Aylsham. 
Matric. 1633; Scholar, 1635-40; B.A. 1636-7; M.A. 1640. 
Ord. priest (Norwich) June 12, 1642. R. of Hetbel, Norfolk, 
1659-83. Died May 5, 1683. {Venn, 1. 309.) 

ALLEN or ALLEYNE, EDMUND. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Sidney, 
May 18, 1637. S. of George, M.D. B. in Hertford. School, 
Gt Mundon. Matric. 1637; B.A. 1640-1. Perhaps ord. deacon 
and priest (Lincoln) Sept. 14, 1645; as 'Edward Allen, B.A.' 
V. of St Ippolitt's, Herts., 1646. 

ALLEN, EDMUND. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1647 Perhapss. 
of Edmund of Little-Leighs, Essex, and grandson of Sir 
Edward of Hatfield, Bart. B. 1632. Succeeded as Bart. 1638. 
Died Nov. 2, 1656. {Morant, n. 131; G.E.C.) 

ALLEN, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 22, 1709. 
B. in London. Matric. 1709; B.A. 1712-3. 

ALLEYN, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 25, 1599. 

ALLEN, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at Jesus, May 2, 1623. Matric. 
1623; B.A. 1626-7; M.A. 1630. 

ALLEN, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
June 30, 1654. Of London. School, St Paul's. Matric. 1654; 
Scholar, 1655; B.A. 1657-8; M.A. 1661. Fellow, 1661-4. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) July 15 ; priest, July 18, 1661. (T. A. Walker, 
105.) 

ALYN, FRANCIS. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Trinity Hall, 
Easter, 1551. 

ALLEN, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1586. 
B. at Stoke Rochfort, Lines., c. 1570. B.A. (? 1589-90); 
M.A 1593. Fellow, 1591. Ord. deacon and priest (Peter- 
borough) Dec. 2, 1599. R. of Gt Ponton, Lines., 1602-24. 
University preacher, 1604. Perhaps R. of Botlesford, Lei- 
cester, 1621, but see A I. Oxon. for another. 

ALLEN, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, July 5, 
1735- S. of Joseph, schoolmaster, of Macclesfield, Cheshire. 
School, Macclesfield. Matric. 1736; Scholar, 1737; B.A. 
173^40- 

ALLEN, GEOFFREY. Probably B.A. 1503-4; M.A. 1506. 
Preacher, 1512-3. Principal of St William's Hostel, 1505. 
Fellow of Jesus till his death c. Dec. 1517. (A. Gray.) 

ALLEN, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Michs. 1564. 

ALLEN, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1586; 
B.A. 1589-90; M.A. 1593. V. of Gretton, Northants., 1592. 

ALLEN, GEORGE. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1598. 

ALLEN, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Caius, Nov. 8, 1613, age 16 
Of Hartford, Etevon. S.of John, gent. Matric. 1 614; Scholar, 
1614-21; B.A. 1617-8; M.A. 1621. R. of Lapford, Devon, 
1628-37. Died 1637. {Venn, 1. 223.) 

ALLEN, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Michs. 1626. 
Matric. 1627. 

ALLAN, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, Jan. 31, 
1695-6. S. of Thomas, sailor. B. at Long Newton, near 
Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, Aug. 6, 1677. Sdiool, Sedbergh. 
Matric. 1696; B.A. 1699-1700. 

ALLEN, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Aug. 25, 1705. 
Of Essex. 

ALLEN, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 20) at St John's, May 10, 
1738. S. of Thomas, clerk, of Notts. B. at Mansfield. School, 
Chesterfield. Matric. 1738. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) May 24, 
I74I- 

ALLEN, GILBERT. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1611. 
Ord. priest (Peterborough) Dec. 22, 1616 as' B.A. ; Trin.Coll.' 
From Moulton School, Lines. (Vict. Hist. 11. 485.) 

ALLEYN, GILES. Adm. pens, from Emmanuel, Apr. 25, 1599. 
B.A. 1602-3; M.A. 1606. Incorp. at Oxford, 1608. Ord. 
deacon and priest (London) Dec. 20, 1613. V. of Mucking, 

V. A.C. 17 



Allen, John 

Essex, 1615-42. R. of Litt'e Waltham, 1618-42. Minister of 
Bocking, Essex; married Elizabeth, dau. of Wm. Massam, 
Nov. 13, 1615. {Al. 0.ron.) 

ALLEN, GILES. Adm. pens, (age i;) at Christ's, Sept. 13, 
1632. S. of Giles, R. of Lt. Waltham, Essex, above. B. there. 
School, Waltham. Matric. 1633; B.A. 1636-7; M.A. 1640; 
D.D. 1661 {Lit. Reg.). Ord. priest (Peterb.) Dec. 1641. R. of 
Stibbington, Hunts., 1648-77. Will proved (V.C.C.) 1677. 
{Peile, I. 423.) 

ALLEN or ALEYN, GILES. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 
Oct. 21, 1668. S.of Giles, D.D., of Stibbington, Hunts., above. 
B. there. School, Tinwell. Matric. 1668; B.A. 1673. 

ALEYN, GILES. Adm. pens, (age 15) at St John's, Dec. 10, 
1674. S. of Giles, gent., deceased, of Hazeleigh, Essex. 
B. there. School, Felstead. Matric. 1674-5. 

ALYN, H. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Easter, 1559. 

ALYN or ALLEN, HENRY. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 
1544 {imputes). 

ALLEN, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, Michs. 
1575; B.A. 1578-9. 

ALLEN or ALEYN, HENRY. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Aug. 25, 1578, age 18. B. at Ightham(?), Kent, 
c. 1560. Matric. 1578; B.A. 1582-3; M.A. 1586. Fellow, 
1581-7. A ' courtier,' accoiding to T. Hatcher. (Cooper, u.y.) 

ALLEN, HENRY. M.A. 1610 (Incorp. from St Andrews). 
Incorp. at Oxford (as M.A. of Cambridge), 1616. B.D. 
(Oxford) 1616. V. of S. Brent, Somerset, 1612-21; of Buck- 
land Newton, Dorset, 1621-4; and of Weare, Somerset, 
1624-6. (Al. Oxon.) 

ALLEN, HENRY. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 1628; 
B.A. 163^-4; M.A. 1638. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Sept. 25, 1636. 

ALLEN, HENRY. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1634. Of Bed- 
fordshire. 

ALLEN, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Dec. 29, 1655. Of 
Rutland. Matric. 1656; Scholar, 1657; B.A. 1659-60; M.A. 
1663. Ord. priest (Lincoln) May 25, 1662. 

ALLAYNE, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, Oct. 5, 
1686. S. of Robert, gent. B. at York. School, York. One 
of these names V. of Selby .\bbey, 1698-1701. V. of Marton, 
Yorks., 1701-17. 

ALLEN, HUGH, Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1554. 
One of these names R. of St Mary, Colchester, 1562. V. of 
ToUeshunt Darcy, Esse.x, 1567-74- 

ALLEYN, ISAAC. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 25, 1599. 
B.A. (? 1602-3); M.A. from Trinity, 1606. One of these names, 
of Hazeleigh, Essex, adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 1608. 
Will proved 1655. Probably brother of Giles (i599)- (Misc. 
Gen. et Her. 2nd S. v. 327.) 

ALEYN, ISAAC. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Christ's, July 6, 1659. 
S. of Giles, gent., of Hazeleigh, Essex. School, Chelmsford. 
Died in College, July 26, 1661. M.I. there. (Peile, i. 588.) 

ALLEN. JAMES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 31, 1614-5. 
One of these names V. of .Ml Saints, Sudbury, 1627. 

ALLEN, JAMES. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Aug. 16, 1667. Of 
Herts. Matric. 1667; B.A. 1671-2; M.A. i675- 

ALLEN, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, June 3, 
1706. S. of Leonard, husbandman. B. at Gaylc, Yorks. 
School, Threshfield. Matric. 1707; B.A. 1710-1. 

ALLEN, JAMES. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Jan. 6, 
1706-7. Matric. 1708; B.A. 1711-2; M.A. 1722. Ord. deacon, 
(London) June 16, 1717; priest, June 8, 1718. One of these 
names M.A., R. of Racton, Sussex, 1735. 

ALLEN, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, June 10, 
1751. S. of Oswald, husbandman, of Yorks. B. at Gayle. 
School, Threshfield. Matric. 1751. Left college after a year. 
Joined the ' Inghamite,* or Sandemanian Methodists. Built a 
chapel at Gayle, where he ministered till his death on Oct. 
31, 1804. Author of a Hymnal. (Scott-Mayor, iii. 607 ) 

ALLEN, JOHN. B.A. 1484-5; M.A. 1488. One of these names, 
M.A , R. of Dickleburgh, Norfolk, 1497-X53i- 

ALLEN, JOHN. Pens, at Gonville Hall, I49»-5- B-A. 
1494-5; M.A. 1498. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1495. Ord. sub- 
deacon (Ely) Feb. 23; deacon, Mar. 16, 1498-9. 

ALLEN, JOHN. Graduated in arts at Cambridge (probably 
B.A. 1499-1500; M.A. 1503). Incorp. as LL.D. 1522-3. irpm 
an Italian University. He was sent on some ecclesJastical 
business by Abp. Warham. Ord. sub-deacon (L.d. from 
London) Feb. 23; deacon, Mar. 16, 1498-9; pnest, Aug. 25, 
1499. V. of Chislet, Kent, 1503. V. of Sundridge, 1508-28. 
R. of Aldington, 1511. Rural Dean of Monks Risborough, 
Bucks.. 1512-28. R. of S. Ockendon, Essex, 1516-26. Preb. 
of Lincoln, 1518. Archdeacon of Calipolis, 1518. Commissary 
of Cardinal Wolsey, 1522. R. of Galby, Leics., I5a3- 
V.of 'Albome,' 1524- R.of Llaniestyn,Carnarvon,i525. ftt- 
hap»R.of Lit. Wilbraham.Cambs., 1526. Preb. of Southwell, 



Allen, John 

1526. Preb. of St. Paul's, i52;r. Archbishop of Dublin, and 
Chancellor of Ireland, 1528. He was much impoverished by 
the fall of Wolsey in 1529, with whom he had been constantly 
associated. Murdered by followers of Lord Thomas Fitz- 
gerald, in the rebellion, July 27, i534- (Cooper, i. 49; 
D.N.B.) 

ALLEN, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Michs. 1564 
(perhaps again. Lent, 1564-5). Probably Incorp. at Oxford, 
1572, as 'B.A. of Cambridge.' M.A. (Oxford), 1572- 

ALEN, JOHN, Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Lent, 1564-5- 
(Perhaps same as the above.) 

ALLEN, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Lent, 1579-80. B.A. 
from St Catharine's, 1583-4. Probably ord. priest (Cov. and 
Lichf.) Oct. 3, 1584. V. of Lakenheath, Suffolk, 1598. 

ALLEN, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1582. Of 
Sussex. B.A. from St Catharine's, 1584-5. 

ALLEN, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Lent, I597-S- 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Caius, Sept. 24, 1604, age 20. 
S. of John, of Hartford, Devon, gent. School, Barnstaple. 
Scholar, 1604-n; B.A. 1607-8; M.A. 1611. Fellow, 1611- 
26. Will proved (V.C.C.) 1626. Perhaps R. of Frostenden, 
Suffolk; if so, ord. pnest (Norwich) Dec. 23, 1610. (Venn, i. 
187.) 

ALLEN, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Clare, Michs. 1606; B.A. 
1610-j; M.A. 1614. One of these names R. of Bamingham, 
Suffolk, 1614. 

ALLEN, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Mar. 1610-1; 
B.A. 1614-5; M.A. 1618. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 
20; priest, Sept. 21, 1618. Curate of St Mary at Quay, 
Ipswich, 1620-37; when he was silenced by Bp. Wren. 
Dr PeUe (i. 280) held that this was the Dedham minister, 
but it now seems certain that he was wrong. Mr J. G. Bart- 
lett, of Boston, U.S., has carefully examined the question, 
with appeal to signatures, etc. 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Caius, Apr. 27, 1612, age 16. 
S. of Reginald, of Colby, Norfolk, gent. School, N. Walsham. 
Matric. 1612; Scholar, 1612-9; B.A. 1615-6; M.A. 1619. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 19; priest, Sept. 20, 1619. Curate fora 
while at Denton, Norfolk, and Wrentham, Suffolk. Went 
to N. England in 1637, where he was for many years minister 
at Dedham, Mass. Assisted John Eliot in missionary work 
amongst the Indians. Overseer of Harvard College, 1654. 
Married (i) at Wrentham, 1622, Margaret Morse; (2) 1653, 
Katherine, dau. of Dr John Deighton, and widow of Sam. 
Hagbourne, and of Gov. Thomas Dudley. Died Aug. 26, 1671. 
(D.iV.B.; J.G. Bartlett.) 

ALLEN, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Christ's, July, 1613; B.A. 
1616-7; M.A. 1620. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 20, 1620. 
R. of Saxlingbam, Norfolk, in 1633. 

ALLEN, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1613; 
B.A. 1616-7, as Alline; M.A. 1621. 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jime 17, 1616. 
Matric. 1615. One of these names, s. of Stephen, of Warford, 
Cheshire, adm. at the Middle Temple, June 18, 1616. 

ALLEN, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 1622. 
Probably B.A. from Trinity Hall, 1623-4, and ord. deacon 
(Norwich) June 16, 1633, as B.A. of Trinity College. 

ALLEYN, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Christ's, June 28, 
1628. S. of William. B. in London. School, Christ's Hospi- 
tal. Matric. 1628. Probably adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 16, 
1631-2. S. of William, of Cheapside. (Peile, i. 393; Vis. of 
London, 1634.) 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 18, 1629. 
Of Leics. Matric. 1629; B.A. 1632-3. Ord. priest (Peterb., 
Mar. 10, 1638-9. One of these names, B.A., V. of Metting- 
ham, Suffolk, 1643. 

ALLEN, JOHN, Adm. sizar at Trinity, Apr. 27, 1629. Of 
Suffolk. Matric. 1631. Migrated to Peterhouse, Jan. 29, 1630- 
1. One of these names lecturer at St Nicholas, Yarmouth: 
ejected 1662. Died at Gorlestone, 1665; aged over 50. 
(Calamy, 11. 208.) 

ALLYN, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Qukens', Easter, 1632- 

B.A. 1635-6. Of Leics. 
ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, June 29, 

1635. S. of John, V. of Stranton, Durham. B. there. School, 

Durham. 
ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 28, 1638. Of 

Essex. Matric. 1639. Probably s. of Giles {1599), R. of 

Little Waltharo, Essex. B. 1621. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1642. 

M.P. for Michael, Cornwall, 1660. Died June 26, 1663. 

(Morant, 11. 94; J. Foster, Gray's Inn.) 
ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Caius, July 5, 1641, age 15. S. 

of Edmund, of Ipswich, haberdasher. School, Ipswich. 

Matric 1641; Scholar, 1642-4. [Venn, i. 344.) 



Allen, Matthew 

ALLEN, JOHN. Counsel to the University, 1660-3. Probably 
s. and h. of Christopher of Borden, Kent, gent. Adm. at 
the Middle Temple, May, 1646. 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Apr. 19, 1660. Matric. 
1660; Scholar, 1662; B.A. 1663; M.A. 1669. Ord. deacon 
(London) Dec. 1663; priest (Ely) Sept. 20, 1667. 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Apr. 29, 1661. Of Essex. 

Matric. 1661. Migrated to Trinity, Aug. 11, 1662; B.A. 

1664-5; Fellow, 1667; M.A. 1668. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 19, 

1674. 
ALLEN, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity Hall, Easter, 1663. 

ALLYN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Sept. 10, 1670. S. of 
John. B. in London. School, Harborough. One of these 
names, s. and h. of John, of Gretton, adm. at the Middle 
Temple, May 7, 1672. 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. FeJl.-Com. (age 18) at St John's, Aug. 25, 
1671. S. of John, deceased, of Sheen Lane, London. B. there. 
School, Eton. Matric. 1671. 

ALLEYN or ALLIN, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Mav 4, 
1675. S. of John. B.at Whiston.Derbs. (? Yorks.). Exhibi- 
tioner from Derby School. Matric. 1675 ; B.A. 1678 9 ; M.A. 
1682; B.D. 1689; Fellow, 1682-96. Ord. priest, Dec. 21, 
1684. R of Loughborough, 1696-1739. Preb. of Lincoln, 
1705. TheologicaJ author. Buried Mar. 29, 1739. Will 
proved (P.C.C). M.I. at Loughborough. {Nichols, in. 900.) 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Sidney, Mar. 13, 
1675-6. ist s. of Matthew, yeoman. B. at Bridgecastleton, 
Ruts. School, Uppingham. Matric. 1676; B.A. 1679-80. 

ALEYN, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at St John's, Mar. 10, 
1680-1. S. of Giles, D.D., R. of Stibbington, Hunts. B. 
there. School, Oundle. Matric. 1680-1. Adm. at Gray's 
Inn, Nov. 7, 1679. 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, June 17, 1682. 
Of London. Matric. 1683-4; B.A. 1685-6. One of these names 
V. of Newbottle, Northants., 1701-9. Died 1709. (Baker, i. 
660.) 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Sept. 29, 1684. 
Matric. 1683-4; B.A. 1687-8; M.A. 1691. V. of Wethersfield, 
Essex, 1700-36. V. of Mucking. Died 1736. Perhaps brother 
of William (1681). 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age i6) at Sidney, 1691-2. S. of 
John, farmer. B. at Dunwar (? Dunster), Somerset. School, 
Dunwar. Matric. 1692-3; M.B. 1697; M.D. 1702. F.R.S.1730. 
Died c. 1742-3. 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Feb. 4, 
1713-4. Matric. 1712; B.A. 1715-6; M.A. 1724. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) Sept. 25, 1720. One of these names R. of Widford, 
Herts., 1726-9, also R. of Eastwick, 1726-65, when he died. 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Magdalene, Feb. 3, 
1713-4. S. of William, grocer, deceased. B. at Wisbech, 
Isle of Ely. School, Wisbech. Matric. 1714; B.A. 1717-8; 
M.A. 1733. Ord. deacon (London) June 8, 1718. 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Apr. i6, 1718. 
S. of John, of Bramshall, Staffs. School, Barton, Staffs. 
Matric. 1718; Scholar, 1720; B.A. 1721-2; M.A. 1725; B.D. 
1750. Fellow, 1724. Proctor, 1743. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
Sept. 19; priest, Eiec. 19, 1725. V. of Colne, Hunts. V. of 
Shudy Camps, Cambs., 1741. R. of Tarporley, Cheshire, 
1752-78. Died Feb. 13, 1778. (Nichols, in. 1128.) 

ALLEN, JOHN. Matric. sizar from King's, Michs. 1725; B.A. 
1728-9. 

ALLEN, JOHN. M.A. from St John's, 1743. S. of James 
Smith, of Co. Heref., clerk. Matric. (Balliol College, Oxford) 
Nov. 12, 1728, age 19; B.A. (Oxford) 1732. Ord. priest 
(Hereford) Sept. 23, 1733. V. of Lyonshall, Hereford, 1742- 
78. (Al. Oxon.) 

ALLEN, JONATHAN. Matric. sizar from St Catharine's, 
Easter, 1627; B.A. 1629-30; M.A. 1633. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) May 22; priest. May 23, 1630. V. of Gt Eversden, 
Cambs., 1634-42. R. of Harlton, 1648-64. Buried there 
Feb 26, 1663-4. 

ALLEYNE, JONATHAN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Sidney, 
Feb. 3, 1717-8. S. of Henry, gent. B. at Twickenham, 
Middlesex. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. 1717; B.A. 
1721-2; M.A. 1725. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 1722; 
priest, Dec. 1723. V. of Andover, Hants. R. of Fyfield, 1734. 

ALLEN, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, July 2, 
1705. S. of Robert, of Betley, Staffs. School, Audley, 
Staffs. Matric. 1705; B.A. 1708-9; M.A. 1728. Incorp. at 
Oxford, 1728. P.C. of Nether Peover, Cheshire, 1714-9. 

ALLEN, JUDAS. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Dec. 22, 1617. 
Matric. 1618; B.A. 1621-2; M.A. 1625. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
Feb. 22; priest Feb. 23, 1623-4. 

ALLEIN, MATTHEW. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Easter, 
1579- 



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Allen, Matthias 

ALLEN, MATTHIAS. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 1583. 
ALLEN, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 3, 1600. 
ALLEN, NATHANIEL B.A. from St Catharine's, 1616-7. 

Probably matric. at Oxford, July i, 1613. One of these 

names R. of Lea, Lines., 1632; 'M.A.' 
ALYN, NICHOLAS. Matric sizar from Trinity Hall, Michs. 

1544 (impubes). 
ALYN, NICHOLAS. Matric Fell.-Com. from Trinity Hall, 

Michs. 1544. 
ALLEN, NICHOLAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1574. 

One of these names V. of Chippenham, Cambs., 1587. 
ALLEN, PETER. Matric. pens, from Sidney, Easter, 1602. Of 

Northants. B. at Chesterfield, Derbs. B.A. 1605-6; M.A. 

from St Catharine's, 1609. Fellow of Magdalene, 1615. 

Ord. deacon (London); priest. May 26, 1616, age 30. See a 

contemporary ia Al. Oxon. 
ALLEN, PHILIP. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, June 29, 

1742. S. of John, farmer, of Yorks. B. at Snaisholme. 

School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1742; B.A. 1745-6; M.A. 1749; 

B.D. 1757 Fellow, 1749-74. Taxor, 1750. V. of St Sepulchre, 

Cambridge. Died insane, Feb. 1774. {Scott-Mayor, iii. 530.) 
ALLEN, RALPH. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1564; 

B.A. 1567-8. Supplic. for incorp. at Oxford, Dec. 7,1571. 

Went to Douay, 1572; 'of London.' Ord. priest, 1574; 

sent to England, 1575. Went to Rome, 1577, and joined 

the Society of Jesuits. Sent to England, 1578. [Douay Diary.) 
ALLEN, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Easter, 

1546. 
ALLEN, RICHARD. M.A. 1600 (Incorp. from Oxford). Of 

Lines.; fil. cUr. S. of Richard, of Skillington. Matric. 

(Oxford) Feb. 23, 1587-8, age 15; B.A. 1590-1; M.A. 

1594; B.D. 1603; D.D. 1608. R. of Bellow, or Helloe, 

Lines., 1594-1605. R. of Stouting, Kent (B.D.) 1605. R. of 

St Mildred, Canterbury, 1601. Died 1652. (Al. Oxon.; 

Line. Pedigrees.) 
ALLEN, RICHARD. Adm. i)ens. (age 13) at Sidney, Apr. 22, 

1626. S. of Christopher, of Rochester, gent. B. at Borden, 

Kent. School, Faversham. Matric. 1626; B.A. 1629-30. 

Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 5, 1631. {KeTit Vis. 1619.) 
ALLIN, RICHARD (1688), see ANGUISH. 
ALLIN, RICHARD. Adm. scholar (age 18) at Sidney, July 24, 

1693. Only s. of John, farmer. B. at Horton, Salop. School, 

Wem, Salop. Matric. 1694-5; B.A. 1697-8; M.A. 1701; 

B.D. 1708. Fellow, 1700. Taxor, 1704. Ord. priest (Sodor) 

Dec. 21, 1690. R. of Little Staughton, Hunts., 1699-1701. 

R. of Maiden, Beds., 1704. 
ALLEN, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Mar. 31, 

1719. S. of Richard. School, Manchester. Matric. 1721; 

Scholar, 1721. 
ALLEYNE, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 25, 

1723. Of Derbs. S. of Richard, of St Werburgh, I>erby, Esq. 

School, Derby. Matric. 1724; B.A. 1726-7; M.A. 1730. 

Fellow, 1729. Married his cousin, Penelope, dau. of John 

Alleyne (1675), R. of Loughborough; and vacated his fellow- 
ship a month later. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 22, 1728; 

priest, Dec. 22, 1734. R. of Stanford-on-Soar, Notts. Died 

Nov. 12, 1767. Buried at Stanford. M.I. there. (H. G. 

Harrison.) 
ALAN or ALNE, ROBERT. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1400 

(B.A.). Ord. sub-deacon (Ely) Mar. 14, 1404-5. Of York 

diocese. By his will, 1440, he left a copy of Petrarch De 

Remediis to the University. (MuUinger, i. 433.) 
ALLEN, ROBERT. Adm. at King's, scholar from Eton, 1493. 
ALYN, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1556. 
ALLEN, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1570; 

B.A. 1575-6; M.A. 1579. Ord. priest (Coventry and Lich- 
field) Feb. 12, 1573-4 for ord. priest (Norwich) 1584]. V. 

of Ashley Puerorum, Lines., 1579. R. of Somersby, 1591- 

1605. V. of Culford, Suffolk, 1596. 
ALEYN, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 1571. 
ALEN, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Pembroke, Easter, 1582; 

B.A. 1585-6; M.A. 1589. One of these names R. of Wands- 
worth, Surrey, 1596-1 631. 
ALLEN, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1628. 

Of Essex. B.A. 1631-2; M.A. 1633. 
ALLEN, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Clare, Jan. 10, 1631-2. 

Matric. 1632; B.A. 1635-6; M.A. 1640. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 

June 9, 1639. 
ALLEN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Sidney, Mar. 11, 

1635-6. S. of Samuel, clothier. B. at Whepstead, Suffolk. 

School, Bury. B.A. 1639-40. 
ALLEN, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Jesus, March 17, 1683-4. 

S. of William, of Kent. School, Sevenoaks. Matric. 1684; 

B.A. 1687-8; M.A. 1691. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. ao, 

1691; priest, Dec. x8, 1693. 



Allen, Thomas 

ALLAINE, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 23, 
1709-10. S. of Henry, R. of Marton, Yorks. School, York. 
Matric. 1710; B.A. 1714-3- R- of Marton, 1717-29. 

ALLEIN, ROGER. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1565. 

ALLEN, THOMAS. D.D. 1467 (Incorp. from Oxford). 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Of Essex. B.A. from Pembroke, 1520-1; 
M.A. 1524; B.D. from Corpus Christi, 1541. Fellow of 
Pembroke, 1521. Fellow of Corpus, 1536. V. of Grant- 
chester, Cambs., 1540-5. Died 1545. Admon. in Vice-Chan- 
cellor's Court. (Cooper, i. 177.) 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Founder of schools, and benefactor of 
Trinity. No degree found, but presumably of Trinity, or 
of the earlier foundation of Michaelhouse or King's Hall. 
V. of Stevenage, Herts., till his death in 1558. Founded 
a Scholarship at Trinity; and schools at Stone, Staffs., 
Uttoxeter, and Stevenage. Said to have been a son of 
John, Lord Mayor of London, but his will, proved (P.C.C.) 
Feb, 17, 1558-9, suggests his being of Sudbury or Sherbum, 
Derbs. (Cooper is in error about him.) 

ALYN, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1548. 

ALLEYN, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Michs. 1570. 

Perhaps s. of John, of Thaxted, Essex, Esq. (Peile, i. 115.) 
ALLEN, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1588. 
ALLEN, THOMAS. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1600. Of Norfolk. 

B.A. 1603-4. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Feb. 24, 1604-5, age 

23. C. of Wheatacre, Norfolk. One of these names V. of 

Coleby, Lines., 1614. Perhaps schoolmaster at Hough, 

Lines., 1607. 
ALLEN, THOMAS. Probably adm. at Emmanuel, i6i6; B.A. 

1619-20. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 11; priest, June 12, 

1620. 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from St Catharine's, Easter, 
1623. 

ALLEN, or ALLYN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Caius, July 6, 
1624, age 15. S. of John, dyer, of Norwich. School, Norwich. 
Matric. 1625; Scholar, 1625-9; B.A. 1627-8; M.A. 1631. 
Ord. priest (Norwich) Mar. 2, 1633-4. Minister of St Ed- 
mund's, Norwich, 1633-8; silenced by Bishop Wren. From 
1638 to 1651, minister of Charlestown, Mass., New England. 
Returned to Norwich (St George's), 1651-60. Preached 
privately in and about Norwich. Died Sept. 21, 1673. 
Author, religious. (Venn, i. 268; D.N.B.) 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, i6a8. 
Of Kent. B.A. 1631-2. 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Christ's, Jan. 12, 
1628-9. S. of Hugh. B. at Nantwich. School, Bunbury, 
Cheshire. Matric. 1629; B.A. 1632-3; M.A. from Jesus, 
1636. Fellow of Jesus, 1635-c. 60. Died in College. 
(A. Gray.) 

ALLIN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 22, 1631. 
Of Suffolk. Matric. 1631. 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 14) at Christ's, Apr. 25, 

1633. S. of Giles (1399), R. of Lit. Waltham, Essex. B. there. 
School, Waltham. Matric. 1633; B.A. 1636-7; M.A. 1640; 
D.D. 1661. Probably ord. priest (Lincoln) June 5, 1642. 
Succeeded his father as V. of Mucking, Essex, 1642. R. of 
Lit. Waltham, 1662, R. of Chadwell. R. of Stanford-le- 
Hope, 1660-77. Died 1677. (Peile, i. 426.) 

ALLEYN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, June 16, 

1634. S. of Edward, gent., of Tideswell, Derbs. B. in 
London. School,Chap€l-en-le-Frith,Dexbs. (private). Matric. 
1634. 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 19) at St John's, 

June 2, 1635. S. of George, gent., of Dingley, Northants. 

B. there. School, Cambridge. Matric. 1635. 
ALLEN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 14) at St John's, June 19, 

1638. S. of John, yeoman, of Dingley, Northants. B. there. 

School, Dingley (private). 
ALLEN, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1639. 

Of Leics. 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, May 29, 
1640. S. of William. B. at Ingborough, Lines. School, 
Ingborough. Matric. 1640; B.A. 1643-4. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) June 16, 1644; priest, Sept. 22, 1644. (For sugges- 
tions see Peile, i. 471.) 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 18, 1648. 
Of London. S. of Francis, gent., of Braughing, Herts. 
Matric. 1648; B.A. 1651. Migrated to Caius. Thence, M.B. 
1654; M.D. 1659. Fellow of Caius, 1651-flo. Incorp. at 
Oxford, 1675. F.R.S. 1667. F.R.C.P. 1671. Physician to 
Bethlehem Hospital. Died 1684. (Venn, i. 383; Munk.) 

ALLEN. THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, May a, 1649. 
Of Middlesex. One of these names, M.P. for Middlesex, 1661. 
Perhaps created Bart. 1660. (G.E.C. iii. 40.) 

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Allen, Thomas 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens*, May 17, 1656. 

Of Kent. Matric. 1659; B.A. 1659-60: M.A. 1663. Ord. 

priest (London) Dec. 1663. V. of Kerne Hill, Kent, 1681-7. 

V. of Boughton Blean, till 1687. Died May, 1687. 
ALLEN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Caius, July 9, 1659, age 19J 

S. of Francis, of Braughing, Herts. School, Perse, Cambridge. 

Matric. 1660. Not the one of these names who was M.P. for 

Dunwich, Suffolk, 1678. (Venn, i. 407.) 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Christ's, Apr. 5. 

1669. S. of John. B. at Snaisholme, Yorks. School, Kirkby 

Lonsdale. Matric. 1671; B.A. 1672-3; M.A. 1676. Ord. 

deacon (Vork)Sept. 21 ; priest, Sept. 28, 1673- One of these 

names R. of Thornton, Bucks., 1709. Brother of Cuthbert, 

1669. (Peile, 11. 20.) 
ALLEYN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, May 26, 

1669. S. of Giles, gent., deceased, of Hazeleigh, Essex. B. 

there. School, Maiden. Matric. 1669; B.A. 1672-3; M.A. 

1676; B.D. 1683. Fellow, 1674-98. Adm. at the Middle 

Temple, June 5, 1671; 2nd s. of Giles, of the Inner Temple. 

Head Master of Colchester School, 1702-23. Died 1723. 

Brother of Giles (1674). 
ALLEN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Trinity, July 3, 

1676. S. of Thomas, M.D. School, Merchant Taylors'. 

Adm. at the Middle Temple, Apr. 5, 1682 as s. and h. of 

Thomas, M.D., of London. 

ALLEYN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, Apr. 22, 
1680. S. of John, attorney at law. B. at Tamworth, Warws. 
School, Tamworth. Matric. 1680; B..\. 1683-4. 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Magdalene, July 4, 
1689. S. of William. B. at Wisbech, Isle of Ely. School, 
Wisbech. Matric. 1689; B.A. 1692-3; M.A. 1696. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) May 30, 1697; priest, Dec. 22, 1700. R. of 
Cumberworth, Lines., 1700. P.C. of Sutton. 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 10, 1688-9. 
Of Steffs. Matric. 1690; LL.B. 1695; LL.D. 1722. 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity Hall, Mar. 
1705-6; B.A. 1707-8. Ord. priest (London) May 27, 1711. 
One of these names R. of Kingsdown, Kent, 1717-32, 'M.A'; 
also R. of Murston. Died Dec. 17, 1732. 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Christ's, May 15, 
1712. S. of Samuel. B. at Staveley, Derbyshire. School, 
Chesterfield. Matric 1712; Scholar, 1713; B.A. 1715-6. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) Feb. 1715-6; priest (York) Sept. 1717. 
[Peile, II. 179.) 

ALLEYNE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 28, 
1716. S. of John, R. of Loughborough. School, Derby. 
Matric. 1716; B.A. 1719-20; M.A. 1723; B.D. 1730; Fellow, 
1723. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 24, 1727; priest, Mar. 
17, 1727-8. Succeeded his father at Loughborough, 1739- 
61. Died 1761, aged 63. M.I. Benefactor to Emmanuel. 
Will proved (P.C.C.) 1661. (Nichols, m. 900.) 

ALLAN, THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Coto. at St Catharine's, 

Oct. 24, 1739. S. of Thomas, of Allan Flatts, near Durham, 

Esq. Matric. 1739. Bapt. at Chester-le-Street, Sept. 20, 

1719- Buried there, May 5, 1743. (H. M. Wood.) 
ALLEN, THOMAS SCARGILL. Adm. at King's, a scholar 

from Eton, 1666. B. at Lynn. Matric. 1667; B.A. 1670-1; 

M.A. 1674; Fellow, 1669. Ord. deacon (London) Sept. 21, 

1679. Died in College, insane. Admon. 1684. 
ALLEN, VALENTINE. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 13, 1637. 

Matric. 1637; B.A. 1640-1. i 3, 3/ 

ALLIN or ALEN, WALTER. Matric. pens, from St John's, l^iZZ' 

Michs. 1560; B A from Christ's, 1562-3; M.A. 1566; B.D. R^^'f"^: 

1577. FeUow of Christ's, 1564-73. Senior Proctor, 1572-3. 
(PetU, 1. 76.) ^ 

ALEYN, WILLIAM. Fellow of Clare. Of Rochester diocese. 
Proctor, 1397-8. Ord. deacon (Ely) Mar. 11, 1401-2. 

ALLEYN, WILLIAM. Scholar of King's, 1467; from Eton 
One of these names V. of Docking, Norfolk (King's CoUege 
living), 1510. ^ 

ALLEN, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Easter, 1583 
B. at Oundle, Northants. c. 1567. Scholar at Emmanuel 
1585; B.A. from Emmanuel, 1586-7; M.A. 1590. Ord. deacon 
and pnest (Lincoln) Nov. 26, 1594. R. of Kirkby Mallorv. 
Leics., 1599. 

ALLEN, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter 
1585; B.A. 1588-9. Ord. deacon and priest (Peterb.) Nov 2' 
1589. 

ALLEN or ALLIN, WILLIAM. Matric, sizar from Trinity, 
Easter, 1608; B.A. 1611-2. Probably ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
Feb. 28, 1612-3; priest. May 30, 1613. Curate of Sedgbrook, 
Lues., 1613. 

ALLEN, WILLIAM Scholar of Trinity, Easter, 1620; B.A. 
1622-3; Fellow, 1624. 

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ALLEYN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, May 23, 

1635. S. of William. B. in London. School, London 

(Mr Farnaby, St Giles, Cripplegate). Matric. 1635; B.A. 

1638; M.A. 1642. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Mar. 5, 1633-4. 

Brother of John (1628). (Peile, i. 437.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Christ's, Apr. 28, 

1641. S. of William. B. at E. Winch, Norfolk. School, 

Lynn. Matric. 1641. 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Aug. 10, 

1681. Of Yorks. Matric. 1681; LL.B. 1687; LL.D. 1713. 

Fellow, 1688-1716. C. of St Edward's, Cambridge, 1712. 

R. of Swannington, Norfolk, 1716. V. of Wood Dalling, 

1715-33. Brother of John (1684). Benefactor to Trinity 

HaU. (Warren, 308.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. at Jesus, March 17, 1683-4. 

Scholar from Sevenoaks School, Kent. 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', Mar. 9, 1692-3. 

Of Somerset. Matric. 1693; B.A. 1696-7; M.A. 1700. Fellow. 

Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 22, 1700. 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1696. Of Herts. 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. 1699. S. of 

Stephen,ofLyng, Norfolk. B. there. School, Holt. Scholar, 

1699-1700. Previously matric. at Pembroke College, Oxford, 

1698. (Venn, 1. 503.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. Scholar at Trinity Hall, Jan. 6, 

1711-2. Matric. 1712; B.A. 1714-5. Ord. deacon (London) 

Dec. 21, 1718; priest, June 4, 1721. 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Clare, Sept. 9, 1720. B. at 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2nd s. of William. Adm. at the 

Middle Temple, Aug. 24, 1720. 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jime 7, 1721. 

S. of Francis. B. at Alrewas near Eccleshall, Staffs. Matric. 

1721; Scholar, 1722; B.A. 1724-5; M.A. 1736. Ord. deacon 

(Lichfield) Sept. 1724; priest (Lincoln) Sept. 24, 1727. C. of 

Kegworth, Leics. (Peile, 11. 203.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, Jan. 17, 

1726-7. S. of John, merchant, of Middlesex. B. in London. 

School, Highgate. Matric. 1727; B.A. 1730-1; M.A. 1748. 

One of these names V. of Rottingdean, Sussex, 1755-71. 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, Apr. 17, 

1744. S. of Edward, of London. Exhibitioner from St Paul's 

School, London. Matric. 1744; Scholar, 1747; B.A. 1748-9; 

M.A. 1751. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Nov. 11, 1750; priest 

(London) Dec. 23, 1753. 
ALAN, WINTMER. B.A. of Cambridge. Incorp. at Oxford, 

1525. 

ALLEN or ALAN, . B.A. 1464-5; M.A. 1468-9. 

ALAN, . B.A. 1466-7; M.A. 1474-5. Perhaps John, of 

Trinity Hall. Ord. priest (Norwich) June 4, 1474. 

ALAYN, . Incorp. 1479-80. 

ALLEN, . Of St Hugh Hostel. B.Civ.(orCan.) L. 1480-1. 

ALLEN, . B.A. 1480-1; M.A. 1485-6. Perhaps Thomas, 

R. of Elm and Enmeth, Cambs., 1488-1500. 

ALLEN, . B.Civ.L. 1482-3. 

ALLEN, . B.Can.L. 1483-4. 

ALLEN, . D.Civ.L. 1497-8. 

ALLEN, . Of St Augustine's Hostel. B.A. 1502-3; 

M.A. from Gonville Hall, 1507. 

ALLEN, . (? Geoffrey). B.A. 1503-4. 

ALLEN, . B.D. 1504-5. 

ALLEN, . B.Can.L. 1506-7. One William Allen, B.Can.L., 

R. of Swannington, Norfolk, 1519. 

ALLEN, . Scholar of Christ's, c. 1563. 

ALLEN, . Adm. at Pembroke, 1572. 

ALLEN, . Adm. Fell. -Com. at Trinity, 1606. 

ALLEINE, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, Easter, 1625. 

ALLENS, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 1603; 

B.A. 1606-7; M.A. 1610. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 20, 

1607, age 23. C. of Halesworth, Suffolk. 
ALLENSON, see also ALLANSON. 
ALLENSON, ALLEN. Adm. sizar (age 25) at St John's, May 24, 

1705. S. of Gilbert, deceased. B. at Homcastle, Lines. 

School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1707; B.A. 1708-9; M.A. 1714. 

Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 18, 1708-9; priest (London) 

May 31, 1713. C. of Aldenham, Herts., and Master of the 

school there, 1718. 
ALLENSON, CHARLES. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, 

Mar. 11, 1649-50. Of York. Bapt. June 21, 1633. S. and h. 

of Sir William, mayor of York, Knight. Adm. at Lincoln's 

Inn, June 30, 1647. Married and had issue. Godson of 

King Charles I. Buried Dec. 7, 1676. (F.M.G. 937; Vis. of 

Yorks. 1663.) 



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Allenson, Edward 

ALLENSON, EDWARD. B..A. from Pembroke, T520-1; M.A. 
1524; B.D. 1531. Fellow. Of Northumberland. Lady 
Margaret preacher, 1538. R. of Tilney, Norfolk, 1540. V. of 
Gt Shelford, Cambs., 1541. Died 1541. (Cooper, 1. 79.) 

ALENSON, EDWARD. Adm. sitar at Jesus, Mar. 23, 1729-30. 
Of Thornton, Yorks. Matric. 1730; B.A. 1733-4; M.A. 1737. 
Fellow, 1735-83. Ord. priest (Lincoln) Sept. 34, 1738. V. of 
Comberton, Cambs., 1748. V. of Swavesey, 175s. R. of 
Cavendish, Suffolk, 1765-1766. Died 1783. (A. Gray.) 

ALLENSON, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, 
May 9, 1667. School, Homcastle. Of London. 

ALLENSON, GILBERT. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, 
June 3, 1729. S. of Allan, clerk, of Herts. B. at Aldenham. 
School, Aldenham. Matric. 1729-30; B.A. 1732-3; M.A. 
1739. Ord. deacon (London) Sept. 23, 1733 ; priest (St David's) 
Dec. 2, 1734. R. of Warden, Kent, 1735-76. R. of Little 
Pamdon, Essex, 1742-67. Head Master of Aldenham School, 
1738-57. (Scott-Mayor, iii. 421.) 

ALLENSON, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Jesus, July 2, 1697. Of 
Yorks. Matric. 1697; B.A. 1700-1; M.A. 1704. R. of 
Thornton in Craven, Yorks., 1708-30. Died Nov. 26, 1730. 

ALANSON, JOHN. B.A. 1512-3. 

ALLENSON, JOHN. B.A. 1541-2. 

ALLENSON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1576. 
Of Durham. Scholar of St John's, 1576. B.A. from St 
John's, 1579-80; M..\. 1583; B.D. 1590. Fellow of St John's, 
1584. Ord. deacon (Durham) May 22, 1581. Suspended from 
curacies at Barnwell and Horningsea, Cambs., for Puritan 
opinions, but continued to hold College offices. Edited works 
by Dr Whitaker, who had been his College tutor. Probably 
R. of Wbickham, Durham, c. 1611-19. Buried there, Dec. 
ri, 1619. (Cooper, 11. 287; D.N.B.; H. M. Wood.) 

ALLINSON, JOHN. B.A. from St John's, 1611-2. 

ALINSON or ALLENSON, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 16) at 
St John's, Mar. 23, 1675-6. S. of Leonard, deceased. B. at 
Beverley, Yorks. School, Beverley. Matric. 1676; B.A. 
1679-80; M.A. 1683. Ord. priest (Norwich) Dec. 23, 1682. 

ALLENSON, MARMADUKE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 24, 
1676. S. of Marmaduke, gent. B. at Durham. School, 
Durham. Matric. 1676. Migrated to Peterhouse, June 17, 

1678. Scholar, 1678; B.A. 1679-80; M.A. 1683. Ord. deacon 
(Durham) June i, 1684. Chaplain to Bp. Crewe. Mayor of 
Durham, 1 684-5. V. of Woodhom, Northumberland, 1684-92. 

ALLENSON, RALPH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Sept. 20, 1648. 

S. of Ralph. B. at Durham. School, Guisborough. Matric. 

1648; B.A. 1652. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 9, 1656-7. 
ALLENSON, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 

1611; B.A. 1615-6; M.A. 1619. V. of Mirfield, Yorks. 
ALANSON, WILLIAM. B.A. 1531-2. 
ALLENSON, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Sx John's, Michs. 

1587. 
ALLENSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Sidney, Oct. i, 1611. 

B.A. 1615-6; M.A. 1619. Ord. deacon (Durham) Sept. 19, 

16x9. Perhaps R. of Elm and Emneth, Cambs., 1641. 
ALLERTON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1588; 

B..4. (? 1591-2); M.A. 1595; B.D. 1603. V. of Babraham, 

Cambs., 1599-1607. R. of Stickney, Lmcs., 1611 till 1612. 
ALLERTON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 1615 ; 

B.A. 1618-9; M.A. 1622. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) May 11, 1620. 

Buried at AH Saints, Cambridge, June 30, 1622. 
ALLERTON, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1569. 
ALLERTON, WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, scholar from Eton, 

1449. M.A. 
ALLERTON, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, 

Michs. 1615; B.A. 1618-9; M.A. 1622. One of these names 

R. of Goxhill, Yorks., 1625-61. R. of Brandesburton, 1635- 

45. Buried at Goxhill. Will proved Oct. 4, 1661. 
ALLESTRE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 

May 1, 1656. S. of George, gent., of Derbyshire. B. there. 

School, Repton. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1656. 
ALLESTREE, JACOB (lAMES). Incorp. M.A. 1680, from 

Christ Church, Oxford (Matric. there, 1672). Philologist and 

poet. S. of James, of London. B.A. (Oxford) 1676; M.A. 

1679. Died in Oxford, Oct. 15, 1686. {Al. Oxon.; D.N.B.) 
ALESTRE, JOHN. B_A. 1467-8; M.A. 1471. Perhaps Dean 

of the Collegiate Church, Warwick. Will (P.C.C.) 15 18. 
ALLESTRE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, 
Nov. 4, 1654. S. of Thomas, yeoman, of Alvaston, Derbs. 
B. there. School, Repton. Matric. 1634; B.A. 1658-9; 
M.A. 1662. Preb. of Lichfield, 1689-1715. R. of Hamstall 
Ridware, Staffs., 1695-1715. R. of Asbow, Warws. Author 
of Sermons. M.I. at Hamstall. Died June 30, 1715. (Km. 
of Derbyshire, 1662; Shaw, 1. 159; Wm Salt, Arch. Soc. 
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Allington, George 

ALLESTRY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 
May 27, 1669. S. of William, lawyer, deceased, of Derby. 
B. there. School, Repton. Matric. 1669. A Thomas Allestre, 
s. and h. of William, late of Gray's Inn, adm. at Gray's Inn, 
July 3, 1671. (Family pedigree in Vis. of Derbyshire, 1662.) 

ALLESTRIE, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from St John's, Lent, 
1618-9. Probably s. and h. of Thomas, of .Mvaston, Derbs., 
gent.; adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 16, 1618. Barrister, 
1625. M.P. for Derby, 1640-45. Recorder of Derby. Died 
Sept. 4, 1655, aged 57 M.I. at All Saints', Derby. (Vis. of 
Derbyshire, 1662; Le Neve, Mon. iv. 40.) 

ALLESTRE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, June 
18, 1658. S. of George, of Derbyshire. School, Repton. 
Matric. 1658. Migrated to Oxford. Matric. there. May 27, 
1661, age 18. 

ALLETT, see also AYLETT. 

ALLETT, BARNABAS. Matric. sizar from Sx John's, Michs. 

1619; B.A. 1623-4. 
ALLETT, FRANCIS. B.A. from St John's, 1603-4, as Allert; 

M.A. 1607. Incorp. at Oxford, 1612, as Allot. R.-of Hayes, 

Kent, 1613-9. R- ot Orpington. Died 1619. 
ALLETT, GEORGE. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 1625. 
ALLETT, GERVASE. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1633. 
ALLETT, JAMES. Adm. i>ens. at Emmanuel, Apr. 2, 1736. 

Of Oxon. Matric. 1736; B.A. 1739-40; M..^. 1743. Incorp. 

at Oxford, 1748. V. of Rodmersham, Kent, 1751-76. V. of 

Teynham, 1753-76. Died at Southampton, July 15, 1776. 

(G. Mag.) 
ALLEY, MATTHEW, see ALEE. 

ALLEY, WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, scholar from Eton, Aug. 12, 
1528, age 17. B. at Wycombe, Bucks. B.A. 1532-3. Prob. 
M.A. at Oxford. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Apr. 4, 1534. ftactised 
physic during Mary's reign. R. of Oakford, Devon, 1544; 
and of Croscombe, Somerset, 1549. V. of Doddington, 
Lines., 1550. Preb. of St Paul's, 1559. Bishop of Exeter, 
1560. D.D. (Oxford) 1561. Died Apr. 15, 1570. (Cooper, 1. 
284; D.N.B.) 

ALLGOOD, BARTHOLOMEW. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, 
June 7, 1673. S. of Lancelot, bailiff of Hexham, Northumber- 
land. B. there. Bapt. Mar. 7, 1652-3. School, Hexham. 
Matric. 1673; B.A. 1676-7. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 23, 1676; 
priest (Norwich) Sept. 1677. V. of Wiggenhall St Germans, 
Norfolk, 1677. R. of Asbwicken, 1680-1716. (Peile, 11. 48; 
H. M. Wood.) 

ALLGOOD, CROW. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Oct. 13, 
1727. S. of James, clerk, of Northumberland (1689). B. at 
Ingram. Educated at home. Matric. 1727; B..\. 1731-2. 
Buried at All Saints' Church, Cambridge, 1732-3. 

ALLGOOD, ISAAC. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St John's, Apr. 26, 
1703. S. of Major (1659), deceased. B. at Simonbum near 
Hexham, Northumberland. School, Newcastle. Matric. 1703. 
Bapt. Mar. 29, 1683. Of Brandon White House, Esq. Died 
July 29, 1725. Buried at Simonbum. 

ALLGOOD, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, June 24, 
1689. S. of Thomas, bailiff of Hexham. B. at Hexham, 
Northumberland. School, Durham. Matric. 1691; B.A. 
1692-3; M.A. 1696; B.D. 1704. Fellow, 1694-1707. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 21, 1701; priest Apr. 12, 1702. 
R. of Ingram, Northumberland, 1703-44. Married Barbara 
Crow. Buried at St John's, Newcastle, May 29, 1744. Father 
of Crow (1727). (H. M. Wood.) 

ALLGOOD, MAJOR. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, Jime 21, 
1659. S. of Lancelot. B. at Hexham. School, Hexham 
(private). Matric. 1659; B.A. 1662-3; M-A. 1667. R. o£ 
Simonburn, Northumberland, 1666-96. Died there Dec. 30, 
1696. M.I. Father of Isaac (1703). Author, Sermons. (Peile, 
I. 587.) 

ALGOOD, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, July 5, 
1680. S. of George, attorney at law. B. at Hexham, 
Northumberland. School, Hexham. Matric. 1680; B.A. 
1683-4. Buried at Hexham, Jan. 30, 1731-3. (H. M. Wood.) 

ALLIBOND, PETER. M.A. 1634 (incorp.fromOxford). Matric. 
(Oxford) Mar. 12, 1623-4, age 16. S. of Peter, R. of 
Chenies, Bucks. B.A. 1627; M.A. 1630. Proctor (Oxford), 
1640. Fellow of Lincoln College. Died Feb. 1640-1. (At. 
Oxon.) 

ALLINGTON, ARGENTON. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 16) at 
Pembroke, Apr. 21, 1663. S. of William, of Kilbride, Ireland, 
Baron KUIard. Matric. 1663. (G.E.C. i. 71) 

ALLINGTON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Quken>', 1666. Of 
Ruts. Matric. 1667; B.A. 1669-70; M.A. 1673. Fellow, 
1671-80. 

ALLINGTON, GEORGE. B A. 1525-6; M.A. 1529. 

ALLINGTON, GEORGE. LL.B. from Trinity Hall, 1579. 
Will proved (V.C.C.) 1584. 



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Allington, Giles 

ALINGTON, GILES. Matric. Fell. -Com. from Trinity Hail, 

Easter, 1565. Probably s. of Sir Giles, of Horseheath, 

Cambs., Knt. 
ALINGTON, GILES. Matric Fell.-Com. from Jesus, Easter, 

1572. S. of Sir Giles, Master of Ordnance to Henry VIII. 

Knighted. Sheriff of Cambs., 1599. Married (i) Dorothy, 

dan. of Thomas Cecil, Earl of Exeter, (2) in 1630, Dorothy, 

dau. of Michael Dalton, — his own niece; for which he was 

fined £120,000, and forced to do penance in Gt St Mary's, 

Cambridge, 1631. Died 1638. Father of William (1628). 

(A. Gray.) 
ALYNGTON, HUGH. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 

Aug. 23, 1554, age 17. B. at Hanbury, Wcrcs. B.A. 1558-9. 

Fellow, 1557-9. 'A courtier'. (Harwood.) 
ALINGTON, HUGH. Matric. pens, from Queens', Lent, 1607-8 

(Fell. -Com. in college). Of London. B.A. 1609-10; M.A. 

from St Catharine's, 1614. Fellow of St Catharine's, 161 1. 
ALLYNGTON, JAMES. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 

1566. One of these names adm. at Gray's Inn, from Staple 

Inn, 1569. 
ALLINGTON, JAMES. Matric. Fell. -Com. from Trinity, Lent, 

1618-9. M.A. 1621 (fil. nob.). S. and h. of Sir Giles, of 

Horseheath, Cambs., Knt.; adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 19, 

1624-5. {Cambs. Vis. 1619.) 
ALYNGTON, JOHN. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Pembroke, 

Easter, 1559. 
ALYNGTON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 1567. 
ALLINGTON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 1622. 

Of London. School, Merchant Taylors'. B.A. 1625-6; M.A. 

1629. R. of Uppingham, 1662-82. V. of Leamington. Preb. 

of Lincoln, 1660. Died Dec. 26, 1682. Buried at Leam- 
ington. (Walker, 11. 184.) 
ALYNGTON, PHILIP. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Michs. 

1554. Perhaps 5th s. of Sir Giles, of Horseheath, Cambs. 

{Topographer, 1. 188.) 
ALYNGTON, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 

1547; Scholar, 1548; B.A. 1551-2; istin theOr<fo; M.A. 1555. 

Fellow, 1553. Perhaps 3rd s. of Sir Giles, of Horseheath. 
ALLINGTON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 28, 

1636-7. Matric. 1637; B.A. 1640-1; M.A. 1644; D.D. 

1661 {Lit. Reg.). Fellow of Pembroke, c. 1642. Ord. deacon 

(Norwich) Sept. 21; priest, Sept. 22, 1644, age 24. V. of 

Nasslngton, Northants., R. of Fen Ditton, Cambs., 1651. 

R. of Hougham, Lines., 1660. 
ALYNGTON, WILLIAM. Original feUow of Trinity, 1546. 
ALLINGTON, WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Jesus, Mar. 12, 

1627-8. Of Cambs. S. of Giles, and gr. son of the Earl of 

Exeter. Matric. 1628; M.A. 1629 (fil. nob.). Of Westley 

Waterless, and Horseheath, Cambs. Bapt. at Horseheath, 

Mar. 14, 1609-10. Created Baron Alington of KiUard, Co. 

Cork, 1642. Buried at Horseheath, Oct. 25, 1648. (Vis. of 

Cambs., 1619; A. Gray; G.E.C.) 
ALYSON, BARNABAS. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 1559. 
ALYSON, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 

1554- 
ALLISON, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, May 20, 

1661, age 16. B. in London. Matric. 1661; B.A. 1664-5; 

M.A. 1668. Fellow, 1664. Ord. priest (Ely) Mar. 3, 1671-2. 

R. of Kingston, Cambs., 1674. R. of Willian, Herts.. 1675-83. 

Died 1683. . . /J J 

ALLISON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from King's, Lent, 1697; B.A. 
1700-1. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 29, 1701; C. of Willian, 
Herts. 

ALISON, RICE ('RHESUS'). Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 
1623. Of Norfolk. B.A. 1627-8; M.A. 1631. Perhaps 
'Richard' Alison, C. of N. Repps, Norfolk, 1637. R. of 
Sidestrand, 1639. 

ALLISON, RICHARD. B.Can.L. 1515-6. Perhaps R. of MUton, 
Cambs., 1517, as .A.llansou. (Apparently confused, bv Cooper. 
with Thomas, V. of Wrangle.) 

ALLISON, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 
1573- Of Essex. Adm. at Queens', Nov. 27, 1575; B.A. 
1577-8; M.A. 1581; D.D. 1600. V. of St Leonard, Shoreditch, 
1596-1612. R. of St Thomas the Apostle, 1592-1612. Died 
April, 1612. 

ALLISON, ROBERT. Chaplain of St Mary Coslany, Norwich. 
Ord. priest (Norwich) 1622. 

ALLISON, WILLIAM. Adm sizar (age 18) at Caius, June 29, 
1742. S. of Thomas, tailor, of Norwich. B. there. School, 
Norwich. Matric. 1743; Scholar, 1742-6; B.A. 1745-6; M.A. 
1751. Incorp. at Oxford, 1753. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Feb. 23, 1745; priest (Peterb.) Dec. 20, 1747. V. of Wands- 
worth, Surrey, 1748-77. Lecturer at St Martin's, Outwich, 
London, 1749. Died Dec. 3, 1777. {Venn, 11. 52.) 

ALISON, . M.A. 1481. 



Allon, Samuel 

ALLISON, . B.Civ.L. 1529-30. Probably of King's Hall, 

1530-4- 

ALLISON, . B.A. (? 1591-2); M.A. from St John's, 1595. 

ALLISTON, see also ELLISTON. 

ALISTON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Eastei, 1626; 
Matric. 1627; B.A. 1630-1; M.A. 1634. 

ALISTON, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 2, 1634. 
Of Essex. Matric. 1634; B.A. 1637-8; M.A. 1641. 

ALLISTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 2, 1629. 
Of Essex. Matric. 1629-30. Perhaps s. of Edward, of Acton, 
Sufiolk. (Her. and Gen. v. 401.) 

ALISTON, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 12, 1595. 
4th s. of Matthew, of Castle Hedingham, Essex. Matric. 
c. 1595; B.A. 1598-9; M.A. 1602; B.D. 1609; Scholar. 
Fellow, 1601-11. R. of S. Runcton, Norfolk, 1614. Died 
1631. {Her. and Gen. v. 401.) 

ALLISTON, JOSEPH. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1625; B.A. 1628-9; M.A. 1632. Probably s. of Matthew. 
Bapt. 1605. Of Tillingham and Dingey, Essex. Died 
1663. 

ALLISTON, MATTHEW. Matric. pens, from Emmanuel, Easter, 
1624. 

ALLISTON, MATTHEW. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 26, 
1629. Of Essex. 5th s. of John, of Black Notley. Matric. 
1629. Adm. at Queens', Mar. 28, 1632; B.A. 1632-3; M.A. 
1636. R. of Stanford Rivers, Essex, 1646-62; ejected. Died 
1693. Buried at Markshall, Essex. 

ALLISTONE, MATTHEW. Adm. sizar at Caius, May 25, 1659, 
age 15. S. of Matthew, of Earls Colne, Essex, grocer. School, 
EarlsColne. Matric. 1659; B.A. 1662. Ord. deacon (London) 
Dec. 1663. C. of Little Stambridge, Essex. Priest, June, 
1664. Signs as Elliston. 

ALLISTON, PETER. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Dec. 31, 1629. 
6th s. of John, of Black Notley, Essex. Matric. 1629-30; 
B.A. 1633-4; M.A. 1637. R. of Horsemonden, Kent, 1643 
-50. R. of Sandhurst, 1650-60. Died Apr. 12, 1660. 

ALLISTON, PETER. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1632. 
Of Essex. B.A. 1634-5, as Alston. Probably s. of Peter, of 
Ridgwell, Essex. Died 1654. 

ALISTONE, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, 
Easter, 1586. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 26, 1588. Of 
Essex, ist s. of Matthew, of Castle Hedingham, Essex. B.A. 
1590-1; M.A. 1594. R. of Stunner, Essex, 1600-28. Died 
1628. 

ALISTON, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 
1624. Of Essex. B.A. 1627-8; M.A. 1631. Perhaps already 
admitted at Caius, as Alston. 

ALLIX, CHARLES. Adm. at Christ's, Aug. 31, 1733. S. of 
John Peter, D.D. (Dean of Gloucester). B. 1716. Matric. 
1734; B.A. 1737-8; M.A. 1741. Of Swafibam, Cambs., Esq. 
Married Catharine, dau. of Thomas Greene, Bishop of Ely. 
Died 1794, aged 78. {Peile, 11. 229; G. Mag.; Burke, 
L.G.) 

ALLIX, PETER. D.D. from Emmanuel, 1690 (Com. Reg.). 
Signs as M.A. of some foreign University (perhaps Saumur or 
Sedan). Apparently matric. pens, from Trinity Hall, Easter, 
1689. Incorp. at Oxford, 1692. S. of Pierre, pastor of the Re- 
formed Church of France at Alenton. Pastor at Cbarenton, 
Paris. Huguenot refugee, 1685. Treasurer of Salisbury 
Cathedral, 1690. Married, 1678, Marguerite Roger, of Rouen. 
DiedFeb. 3, 1716-7. Author. Father of the next and William 
(1706). (D.N.B.) 

ALLIX, JOHN PETER. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 1, 1699. 
S. of Peter, D.D., above. B. at Alen(on, Aug. 22, 1679. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. 1700; B.A. 1702-3; M.A. 
from Jesus, 1706; D.D. 1717 (Lit. Reg.). FeUow of Jesus, 
1705-14. Ord. deacon (Ely) May 16, 1705; priest, May 19, 
1706. V. of SwaSham St Cyriac and St Mary, Cambs., 
1712-53. V. of Fordham, 1713. R. of Dry Drayton, 1724-5. 
R. of Castle Camps, 1725. Chaplain to George 1, 1721. Dean 
of Gloucester, 1729; of Ely, 1730-58. Married Elizabeth, 
dau. of Alexander Parker, half-sister of Sir C. Wager, 1713. 
Brother of William (1706). Died Jan. 11, 1758. Buried at 
Castle Camps. M.I. there. (Bentham, Ely.) 

ALLIX, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Jesus, May 22, 1706, age 17. 
2nds. of Peter, D.D. (1^0). Of London. Matric. 1707; B.A. 
1709-10. Commissioner for distribution of prize money for 
Spanish ships taken at Gibraltar, 1739. Commissioner, 
Greenwich Hospital, 1766. Died 1769. Buried at St George's, 
Bloomsbury. Brother of John Peter (1699). (C. P. AUix.) 

ALLON, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Apr. 20, 1723. Of 
Yorks. Matric. 1724; Scholar; B.A. 1726-7. Left £40 to the 
College. (A. Gray.) 



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Allott, Edward 

ALLOTT, EDWARD. Matric. sizarfrom St John's, Michs. 1619. 
S. of Edward, R. of Crigglestone, Wakeaeld, Yorks. M.B. 
1634. Of St Sepulchre's, Cambridge, surgeon. Died June 6, 
1636, aged 33. WiU (V.C.C.) 1636. M.I. at Nottingham. 
Benefactor to St John^s. Brother of John (1614). (F.M.G. 
502; Tkoroton, 11. 91.) 

ALLOT, FRANCIS (1603-4), s«f ALLETT. 

ALLOTT, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, June 8, 
1741. S. of Robert, former fellow, of Yorks. (1702). B. at S. 
Kirkby, Wakefield. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1741; B.A. 
1744-5; M.A. 1748. Ord. deacon (York) Sept. 21, 1746- V. 
of S. Kirkby, Yorks., 1747-56. Buried there Feb. 28, 1756. 
{Scott-Mayor, ni. 520.) 

ALLOTT, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1614. 
Of Yorks. S. of Edward, R. of Crigglestone. School, Wake- 
field. B.A. from St John's, 1617-8; M.A. 1621; B.D. 1628. 
Fellow of St John's, 1619. Incorp. at Oxford, 1628. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) May 15; priest, May 16, 1625. R. of Little 
Thurlow, Suffolk, 1628; of Little Wratting, 1631. Buried 
atThurlow, Mar. 1658. Brotherof Edward (1619). {Founders 
and Benefactors, p. 42; F.M.G. 496.) 

ALLOTT, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 
May 2, 1633. S. of Bartin, of Clayton, Almondbury, Yorks. 
B. there. Bapt. July 13, 1617. School, Wakefield. Matric. 
1633. Of Bilham Grange, Yorks., gent. Married Grace Went- 
worth, of Bretton, July 28, 1640. Died 1674. {F.M.G. 501 ; 
M. H. Peacock.) 

ALLOTT, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from St John's, c. 1592. 
Of Yorks. S. of John, of Crigglestone. B.A. 1595-6; M.A. 
1599; Med. Lie. 1606; M.D. 1608. Fellow, 1599. Linacre 
lecturer. A celebrated physician. Died in Cambridge; 
buried Sept. 30, 1642. WiU (V.C.C.) 1642. Benefactor to 
St John's. {F.M.G. 496.) 

ALLOTT, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, Dec. 14, 
1702. S. of Edward, gent. B. at Painsthorpe near Pockling- 
ton, Yorks. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1702-3; B.A. 1706-7; 
M.A. 1710. Fellow, 1710-8. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 19, 
1709; priest, Dec. 18, 1709. V. of S. Kirkby, Yorks. Died 
July 27, 1738. Father of James (1741). 

ALLOTT, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, June 17, 
1708. S. of John, husbandman. B. at Ben tley near Rowley, 
Yorks. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1708; B.A. 171 1-2; M.A. 
1715; B.D. 1723. Fellow, 1716-30. Ord. deacon (London) 
Apr. 25, 1716; priest. May 27, 1716. R. of Easton Magna, 
Essex, 1727-30. R. of Radwinter, 1746-58. Died Feb. 4, 
1758. WiU (P.C.C). {F.M.G. 503.) 

ALIOT, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Jksus, July 3, 1620. B. at 
Sutton, Essex. Matric. 1620-1; B.A. 1624; M.A. 1627. Ord. 
deacon (London) June 8, 1628. 

ALLOTT, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Michs. 
1556; B.A. 1559-60; M.A. 1563, as AUett. 

ALLOT, WILLIAM. Educated at Cambridge. Of Lines. 
Retired to Louvain, on accession of Queen Elizabeth, where 
he was ordained priest. Canon of St Quentin, Picardy. Sent 
to England, 1579. Imprisoned and banished. Died at Spa, 
C.June, 1587. Author, theological. {D.N.B.; Cooper, 11. gy; 
Douay Diary.) 

ALLOTT, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, May 12, 
1632. S. of Edward, husbandman, of Crigglestone, Yorks. 
B. at Sandal.'- School, Wakefield. Matric. 1632, as 'Aid.' 
B.A. 1635-6; M.A. 1639. Fellow, 1637. Taxor, 1644. {F.M.G. 
502: called 'M.D.') 

ALLOTT, WILLI AM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St John's, Apr. 11, 
1678. S. of George, gent. B. at Crigglestone, Gt Sandal, 
Yorks. School, Wakefield. (F.M.G. 503.) 

ALLYE, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1555. 
Perhaps s. of John, of Berkhampstead, Herts.; age 29 in 
1572. {Vis. of Herts.) 

ALMAN, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Caius, Feb. 1631-2, age 16. 
S. of WUIiam, gent. (1594). Schools, Itteringham and 
Aylsham, Norfolk. Matric. 1632; B.A. 1635-6; M.A. 1639. 

ALMAN or HALMAN, JOHN. B.A. 1507-8. 

ALMAN, W. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1565. 

ALLMAN, ALMONDS or ALMANDE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, 
at Caius, Oct. 8, 1594, age 16. S. of WiUiam, gent. B. at 
Bury St Edmunds. School, Bury. Matric. c. 1594. Of Caw- 
ston, Norfolk, gent. Fatherof Francis(i63i). (Venn, i.isz.) 

ALMAN, . Adm. FeU.-Com. at Corpus Christi, 1563. 

ALMASI, STEPHEN. Adm. sizar at Christ's, Apr. 8, 1704. 
B. in Transylvania. Resided until Dec. 1705. (/*«!«, 11. 159.) 

ALMERY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 4, 1644. Of 
Middlesex. S. and h. of George, of London. Matric. 1645. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1644. Barrister, 1654. 

ALMEV, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Easter, 1627. 
Of Northaots. Matric. 1627, afterwards pens. ; B.A. 1630-1. 



Alpinas, Christian MachabaeuS 

ALMOND, ANTHONY. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
Apr. 5, 1712. Of Yorks. School, ' Rhidoguni ' (? Rigton, near 
Bardsey). Matric. 1712; B.A. 1715-6. (M. H. Peacock.) 

ALMOND, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from St Catharine's, 
Lent, 1629-30. Of Cambs. B.A. 1633-4; M.A. 1637. 

ALMOND, GEORGE. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Feb. 24, 
1633-4. Of SuffoUc. Matric. 1636; B.A. 1637-8; M.A. 
1641. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 20, 1640; priest, Apr. 
25, 1643. R. of Little Thomham, Suffolk, 1643. 

ALMOND, GEORGE. Adm. sizar at Trinity, June 29, 1728. 
S. of Rowland, of Northallerton, Yorks. School, Kirklea- 
tham, Yorks. Matric. 1728; Scholar, 1731; B.A. 1731-2. 
Ord. priest (Lincoln) June 9, 1734. V. of KelUngton, Yorks., 
1735-63. Head Master of Derby School, c. 1750-61. V. of 
CheUaston, Derbs., 1758-63. Buried there Nov. 26, 1763. 

ALMOND, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Easter, 1624. 
Of Cambs. Matric. 1624; B.A. 1628-9; M.A. 1632; B.D. 1639. 
FeUow, 1633. Preacher at Lynn. 

ALMOND, ROBERT, see AUMANT. 

ALMOND, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
May 27, 1635, age 16. B. in London. Matric. 1635; B.A. 
1638-9; M.A. 1642. Fellow, 1638-51. Vice-Provost, 1650. 
Presented to Slower Provost, Dorset., 1647; but decUned. 

ALMONDS or ALMON, WILLIAM. Adm. at Caius, Apr. 26, 
1589. S. of WiUiam, of Bury St Edmunds. Matric. sizar from 
Queens', 1588; Scholar there; B.A. from Caius, 1592-3. 

ALMOT, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall, Michs. 
1555. 

ALNWICK, MATTHEW. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
June 16, 1712. S. of Michael, of Gateshead, Durham. School, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. Matric. 1712; Scholar, 1714. 

ALNEWYKE, WILLIAM. Pensioner at King's Hall, 1445-60. 

ALNWICK, WILLIAM B. at Alnwick, Northumberland. Said 
to have been LI..D. of Cambridge. Monk at St Albans. 
Prior of Wymondham Abbey, 1420. Archdeacon of Sarum, 
1420. Preb. of York, 1421. Dean of St Martin's-le-Grand, 
1425-6. Bishop of Norwich, 1426. Keeper of the Privy Seal. 
Bishop of Lincoln, 1436-49. Took part in the foundation of 
Eton and of King's CoUege. His architectural taste is shown 
by the part he took in the buUding of the Schools at Cam- 
bridge, the Cathedral of Norwich, the 'Alnwick tower' at 
the Lincoln palace, etc. Died Dec. 5, 1449. Buried at Lin- 
coln. Wm at Lambeth. (D.N. B.; Line. Cath. Statutes.) 

ALNWYKYLL, . B.A. 1474-5. 

ALOWE, WILLIAM. B.A. from Trinity, 1598-9- 

ALPE or ALPS, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, 
June 14, 1660. S. of Edward, gent., of Framlingham, Suffolk. 
B. there. Bapt. May 2, 1643. Schools, Norwich and Brooke. 
Matric. 1660. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1662. Of Framlingham, 
gent. Married, at Middleton, Sept. 21, 1665, .Mice, dau. of 
Frederic Scott. Fatherof Edward, next. Died July 11, 1713. 
M.I at Framlingham. (Venn, i. 409.) 

ALPE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Jan. 13, 
1685-6. S. of Edward, formerly of the CoUege (1660), gent., 
of Framlingham, Suffolk. B. there. Educated at home. 
Matric. 1686-7; Scholar, 1686-91; M.B. 1691; M.D. 1696. 
Practised at Little Bealings. Died Dec. 25, 1700. M.I. at 
LitUe Bealings. (Venn, i. 480; E. Anglian, xiii. 279.) 

ALPE, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, Apr. 23, 
1684. S. of Edward, of Framlingham, Suffolk. Matric. 1684. 
Adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 13, 1684-5. D'ed unmarried, Dec. 
25, 1692. Buried at Framlingham. 

ALPE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, May 4, 1742. 
S. of WiUiam, grazier, of Ipswich. B. there. School, Ipswich. 
Scholar, 1742-3. Died in College, Mar. 2, 1742-3. 

ALPHARY, NICHEPHORUS (NIKEPHOR). Matric. pens, 
from St John's, Easter, 1609; B.A. from Clare, 1611-2; 
M.A. 1615. R. of Woollev, Hunts., 1618-43; and 1660. 
V. of Easton, Hunts., in' 1650. Reinstated, 1660; but 
retired soon after and died at his son's house in Hammer- 
smith. Descended from a branch of the Imperial family of 
Russia. (D.N.B.) 

ALPHE, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, April 9, 
1669. Matric. 1669; B.A. 1672-3. 

ALPINAS, CHRISTIAN MACHABAEUS. Matric. Fell.-Com. 
from Peterhouse, Michs. 1561. S. of John M. Alpinas, D.D., 
a Scotchman. B. at Wittenberg, Dec. 3, i54i- B.A. 1561-2 
(Incorp. from Copenhagen); M.A. 1563- Fellow of Peter- 
house, 1563. Ord. deacon (Ely) Dec. 19, 1563. Returned to 
Denmark, where he was employed on public business. 
Master of the Royal school at Sora, near Copenhagen. 
Canon and archdeacon of Lund, Sweden. Died there, Sept. 
10, 1598. (Cooper, III. 6.) 



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Alport, John 

AU»ORT, JOHN. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age i6) at St John's, 

June 28 1672. S. of Richard, gent., deceased, of Overton, 

Cheshire. B. there. Ma trie. 1672; M.B. 1677. Died May 18, 

1679. Brother of the next. (Onnerod, Cheshire.) 
ALPORT, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, Sept. 3, 

1677. S. of Richard.gent., deceased. B. at Overton, Cheshire. 

School, Newport, Salop. Matric. 1677. Brother of John, 

above. Married Anne, dau. of Sir Thomas Mainwaring. 

(Onnerod, Cheshire.) 
ALSAGER, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, 

May 21, 1666. S. of Ralph, deceased, of Hassall, Sandbach, 

Cheshire. B. there. School, Barthomley. Matric. 1667; 

B.A. 1669-70; M.A. 1673. R. of Standon, Staffs., 1672-1708. 
ALSOP, AifTHONY- Incorp. B.D. 1707; from Christ Church, 

Oxford. Of Darley, Derbs., gent. Matric. (Oxford) July 12, 

1690, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1694-5 ; M.A. 1696-7; B.D. 1706. 

Censor of Christ Church and College tutor. R. of Nursling, 

Hants., 1712. R. of Alverstoke, 1714- R- of Brightwell, 

Berks., 1715. Preb. of Winchester, 1715. Accidently drowned 

June 16, 1726. Classical author, and Latin versifier. (Al. 

Oxon.;D.N.B.) 
ALSOP, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at Clare, Feb. 25, 1702-3. 

B. at Groby, Leics. Matric. 1704. 
ALSOP, DURANT. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1627. 

S. and h. of Robert, barrister, who married the heiress of 

Durant, of Durant Hall, Chesterfield, Derbs. Adm. at 

the Inner Temple, 1625. Will dated Nov. 18, 1671. {F.M.G. 

984.) 
ALLSOPP, FRANCIS. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Easter, 

1617. 
ALSOP, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1632. 

One of these names R. of Kirk Langley, Derbs., 1644. 

Minister of Barton in Fabis, Notts., 1649. Buried there Feb. 

22, 1656. (Cox, Churches of Derbs. iv. 269.) 
ALSOPP, GEORGE (1546), see HAWSOPE. 
ALSOPP, GEORGE. Matric. sizar from Pembroke, Easter, 

1613; B.A. 1616-7; M.A. 1620. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) May 

31; priest, June i, 1618. C. of WiUingham, Cambs., 1623. 

R. of Collingham, Notts. Father of Vincent (1647). 
ALLSOPP, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 20) at St John's, 

June 28, 1645. S. of Francis, tailor, of Darley, Derbs. 

School, Bakewell. Matric. 1645; B.A. 1647-8. Perhaps R. 

of Chipping Ongar, Essex, 1670-3. 
ALLSOPPE, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, Mar. 16, 

1645-6. S. of Francis, artificer, of Darley, Derbs. B. there. 

School, Bakewell. Matric. 1645-6; B.A. 1649-50; M.A. 1659. 

Probably R. of Shirland, Derbs., 1666. 
ALSOPPE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, Easter, 

1578; B.A. 1580-1. Oneof these names, 'B.A.', V. of Chilton- 

upon-Polden, Somerset, 1600-5 (resigned). 
ALSOP, JOHN. Scholar of Trinity, 1584; B.A. 1584-5- Ord. 

priest (Lichfield) Sept. 21, 1582. R. of Beeby, Leics., 1586. 

Author: Letter to British Ambassador at Bremen, 1602. 
ALSOP, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Easter, 1617. Of 

Somerset. B.A. 1620-1; M.A. 1624; B.D. 1636. Incorp. at 
Oxford, 1624. Fellow of Christ's, 1623-40. Proctor, 1634. 
R. of Gt Wigborough, Essex, 1639. R. of Fordham, 1633- 
46. Chaplain to Abp. Laud. Fled to France, and died there, 
c. 1645-6. (Peile, I. 315; Al. Oxon.) 
ALSOPP, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, June 10, 

1663. S. of Francis, of Wensley in Darley, Eterbs. B. there. 
School, Chesterfield. Matric. 1663. 

ALLSOPP, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 14) at Christ's, June 17, 

1664. S. of Thomas. B. at Hathem, Leics. School, Lough- 
borough. Matric. 1664; B.A. 1667-8; M.A. 1671. Incorp. at 
Oxford, 1669. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) May, 1668; priest 
(York) May, 1670. Probably R. of ToUerton, Notts., 1670-92. 
One of these names R. of Barton Blount, Derbs., 1697. 
Licensed, July ii, 1671, to marry Joanna Gregory, of Norton, 
Leics. {Peile, I. 611; Al. Oxon.) 

ALSOP, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, May 21, 1685. 
S. of Thomas. B. at Boylstone, Derbs. School, Ashbourne. 
Matric. 1685; B.A. 1688-9; M.A. 1692. Fellow, 1692-1701. 
Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 20, 1691; priest, Dec. 20, 1696. 

ALSOP, JOSIAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, Aug. 26, 
1628. S. of John, clerk. B. at Crewkeme. Schools, Crew- 
kerne and Eton. Matric. 1628; B.A. 1632-3; M.A. 1636. 
Probably R. of Norton-Fitzwarren, Somerset, 1638; ejected; 
and perhaps R. of St Clement, Eastcheap, after 1660. R. of 
' Houghton Gildable,' Beds., 1637. Brother of Samuel (1622). 
{PeiU, I. 394.) 

ALSOP, JOSIAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Apr. 15, 1680. 
Of Middlesex. Matric. 1680; B.A. 1683-4; M.A. 1687; B.D. 
1696. Fellow, 1686-99. Elected by mandate of James II. 
At that time chaplain in the aitny. V. of Rendlesham, 
Suffolk, 1699. R. of Sudboume, 1700. {Hist, of Queens', 220.) 



Alston, Edw.^rd 

ALSOP, NATHANIEL. Incorp. M.A. 1668, from Brasenose 
College, Oxford; matric. there, 1655; B.A. (Oxford) 1658-9; 
M.A. 1661; B.D. 1670. Proctor at Oxford, 1669. R. of 
Church Langton, Leics., 1670. {Al. Oxon.) 

ALSOPE, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Easter, 
1581. 

ALSOP, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at Christ's, Aug. 17, 1622, from 
Jesus (matric. there, 1620-1). S. of John, clerk, of Somerset 
(prob. Crewkeme). Schools, Giggleswick and Kirkby Lons- 
dale. B.A. 1624-5; M.A. 1628. Licensed to cure of Fordham, 
Essex, Sept. 5, 1634. V. of All Saints', Acton, Suffolk, 
1635; ejected. Brother of Josias (1628). {Walker, 11. 287; 
Peile, I. 347.) 

ALSOP, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1632. 
B.A. 1635-6; M.A. 1639. R. of Boylestone, Derbs., 1640; 
ejected. R. of Cheadfe, Staffs., 1645-8. Probably R. of 
Hathem, Leics., 1662. Died before 1682. Father of the 
next. {Peile, 1. 582.) 

ALSOP, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, June 9, 
1658. S. of Thomas, R. of Boylestone, Derbs. B. at Boyle- 
stone. School, Loughborough. Matric. 1658; B.A. 1661-2; 
M.A. 1665. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Aug. 7, 1662; priest 
(Lichfield) Nov. 1662. Probably R. of Boylestone, 1662- 
1715. (Peile, I. 582.) 

ALSOP, VINCENT. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Sept. 13, 
1647. S. of George (1613), late R. of Collingham, Notts. 
B. there. School, Uppingham. Matric. 1647-8. Asst. Master 
at Oakham School. In Anglican and afterwards in Presby- 
terian orders. R. of Wilby, Northants.; ejected 1662. Died 
at Westminster, May 8, 1703, where he was a celebrated 
Congregational minister. Famed for his wit and learning. 
{Calamy, 11. 233; D.N.B.) 

ALSOP, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', Apr. 28, 1685. Of 
Surrey. Matric. 1685; B.A. 1688-9. Ord- priest (London) 
Nov. 26, 1699. 

ALSOP, WILLIAM BROWN. Adm. sizar at Jesus, May 10, 
1721. Of Staffs. B. at Burton-on-Trent, c. 1704. Matric. 
1721-2; B.A. 1724-5. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Mar. 17, 1727-8. 
V. of Ab-KettJeby, Leics., 1729. R. of Stretton-en-le-Field, 
Derbs., 1750-73. Married Lucy, dau. of Isaac Newby, V. of 
Ab-Kettleby. Died Mar. 2d, 1773, aged 69. Buried at 
Stretton. (A. Gray.) 

ALSOPP, . Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, May 31, i737- 

ALSTON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Clare, Mar. 2, 1665-6. 
S. of Sir Edward (1628), of Strixton, Northants., Knt. Matric. 
1667-8; B.A. 1669-70; M.A. 1673; D.D. 1685. Fellow, 1671. 
Incorp. at Oxford, 1676. Chaplain to Compton, Bishop of 
London. Archdeacon of Essex, 1689. R. of Strixton, North- 
ants., 1681. V. of Northall, Middlesex, 1685. Preb. of St 
Paul's, 1681; treasurer, 1707. Admon. (P.C.C.) Aug. 31, 
1714. Brother of William (1648). {Al. Oxon.) 

ALSTON, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1612. S. of Edward, of Edwardstone, Suffolk. Matric. 1612; 
B.A. 1615-6; M.A. 1619; Med. Lie. 1620; M.D. 1626. Incorp. 
at Oxford, 1626. Fellow of College of Physicians, 1631; 
President, 1655-67. Knighted Sept. 3, 1660. Died Dec. 24, 
1669. {Munk, I. 202; D.N.B.; Burke, Ext. Bart.) 

ALSTON, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1615. 
Of Suffolk. Perhaps s. of William, of Polstead. LL.B. from 
Trinity Hall, 1619. Incorp. at Oxford, 1621. Ord. priest 
(Peterb.) Mar. 9, 1622-3. R. of Pentlow, Essex, 1623-45; 
sequestered; restored, 1660-75. {Al. Oxon.) 

ALSTON, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Caius, Easter, 1628 
(adm. Apr. 4, age 16). S.of Thomas, gent., of Polstead. B.at 
Newton, Suffolk. School, Eton. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
May 17, 1628. Of Strixton, Northants. and Monken Firth, 
Herts. Knighted, 1643. Suffered as a royalist. Died 1682. 
Buried at Strixton. Father of Charles (1665-6) and William 
(1648). {Venn, 1. 283.) 

ALSTON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, Mar. 5, 
1660-1. S. of Edward, gent. B. at Newton, Suffolk. Schools, 
Colchester and Felstead. Matric. 1661-2; B.A. 1664-5; 
M.A. 1668; B.D. 1675. Of E. Bergholt. R. of Brantham, 
Suffolk, 1679. R. of Newton by Sudbury, 1683. Taxor, 
1673. Perhaps R. of Layer Mamey, Essex, 1695. Died 
Feb. 18, 1722, aged 79. Father of William (1705). {Suff. 
Man. Fam. 1. 176.) 

ALSTON or ALLASTON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Caius, May 7, 1669. S. of Joseph. B. at Chelsea. Schools, 
Chelsea and Brentford. Matric 1669. Matric. at Magdalen 
Hall, Oxford, 1670. Of Loughton, Bucks., Esq. R. of Wiven- 
hoe, Essex. Died 1699. Brother of Joseph (1657). {Venn, i. 
437-) 

ALSTON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', Sept. 13, 1699. 
Of Suffolk. Matric. 1699; B.A. 1703-4. One of these names, 
'M.D.' buried at Newton, Suffolk, July si, 1705, aged 25. 
{Suff. Man. Fam.) 



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Alston, Henry 

ALSTON, HENRY. Matric. sizar from Christ's, 1591-*; B.A. 
1595-6; M.A. 1599. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 25, 1601, 
age 20. C. of Hoe bv East Dereham. Perhaps Headmaster 
of the Grammar School, King's Lynn, 1608-12. (PeiU, i. 
204.) 

ALSTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 7, 1631. age 16. 
4th s. of Thomas, Esq. B. at Polstead, Suffolk. School, Eton. 
Matric. 1631. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 6, 1631, 
as of Pavenham, Beds., Esq. Married Dorothy, dau. of Sir 
John Temple. (Venn, i. 300; Vis. of Beds. 1634.) 

ALSTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 14, 1643-4. 

ALSTON or ALLASTONE, JOSEPH. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Caius, 
Dec. 7, 1657, age 16. S. of Joseph, Esq. B. in London. 
School, St Paul's. Matric. 1657; Scholar, 1659-62. Succeeded 
his father as baronet. Sheriff of Bucks., 1670. Of Bradwell 
Abbey, Bucks. Died Mar. 21, 1688-9. Father of the next. 
{Venn. i. 401; G.E.C.) 

ALSTON, JOSEPH. Matric. Fell.-Com. from King's, Easter, 
1695. S. of Sir Joseph, Bart., above. Succeeded as Bart., 
16S9. Of Bradwell Abbey, Bucks. Buried Jan. 29, 17x5-6. 
Father of the next. (Burke, Ext. Bart.; G.E.C.) 

ALSTON, JOSEPH. Matric. FeU.-Com. from King's, Michs. 
1724. S. of Sir Joseph, 3rd Bart. Succeeded his father, 
1716. Dieds.p. {Burke, Ext. Bart.) 

ALSTON, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, July 3, 1748. 

ALSTON, PETER. Matric. Fell.-Com. from St Catharine's, 
Easter, 1624; B.A. 1627. S. and h. of Peter, of Bramford, 
Suffolk, deceased. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 27, 1628. Died 
c. 1632. 

ALSTON, RALPH. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1636. 
Of Essex. B.A. 1639-40. 

ALSTON, ROWLAND. Gracefor M.A. 1675 {Lit. Reg.). Doubt- 
less s. of Sir Thomas, of Odell, Beds. B. c. 1654. Succeeded 
as Bart. 1678. Died 1697. Buried at Odell, Sept. 24, 1697. 
{G.E.C.) 

ALSTON, ROWLAND. Adm. pens, at Clark, Sept. 28, 1743. 
1st s. of Sir Rowland, M.P. for Beds., Bart. B. in London. 
Matric. 1743. Succeeded as Bart. 1774. Colonel ist Regt. 
Foot Guards. Sheriff of Beds., 1779-80. Died June 29, 1791, 
aged 64. {G.E.C) 

ALSTON, SAMUEL. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Nov. 7, 
1735. Of Newton, Suffolk. Matric. 1735; LL.B. 1743; 
LL.D. 1748. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 1738-9; priest, 
Feb. 1 740-1 R. of Waterden, Norfolk, 1740-50. Perhaps V. 
of Bumham Overy, 1743. R- o^ Gunthorp, 1750. 

ALSTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 7, 1626. 2nd s. 
of Thomas, gent., of Polstead. B. at Newton, Suffolk, 1609. 
Matric. as Alsten, 1626; afterwards Fell.-Com. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 1627. Of Woodhill, Beds. Sheriff 
of Beds., 1641. Barrister, 1639. Knighted, c. 1641. Created 
baronet, 1642. Buried at Odell, July 11, 1678. Father of 
Rowland (1675). {Venn, i. 276: degree wrongly assigned 
there; G.E.C.) 

ALSTON, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs., 1626. 
Of Assington, Suffolk. B.A. 1629-30; M.A. 1633. Matric. at 
Oxford, from St John's, July 8, 1625, as s. of Thomas, of 
'Asin,' Suffolk, age 16. Barrister, Inner Temple, 1639. 
Founded a scholarship at Queens'. {Vis. of Beds. 1634; Al. 
Oxon.) 

ALSTONE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, 
Easter, 1631. Of Suffolk. 3ra s. of Peter, late of Bramford, 
deceased. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 31, 1633. {Vis. of 
Essex, 1634.) 

ALSTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, Feb. 25, 
1649-50. S. of William, gent., of Woodbridge, Suffolk. 
School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. sizar, 1650. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, 1650. 

ALSTON, THOMAS. Adm. FeU. Com. (age 16) at Trinity, 
Apr. 20, 1692. S. of Sir Rowland (1675), of Odell, Beds. 
Matric. 1692; M.A. 1693 {fil.nob.). Succeeded as Bart. 1697. 
M.P. for Bedford, 1698. Died, unmarried, 1714. Said to 
have wasted his estate, and to have died in the Fleet prison. 
(Burke, Ext. Bart.\G.E.C.) 

ALSTON, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', Apr. 21, 
1740. 2nd s. of Sir Rowland, Bart., of Beds. Succeeded his 
brother Rowland as Bart. 1759. M.P. for Beds., 1747-61. 
Died July 18, 1774. Buried at Odell. {G.E.C.) 

ALSTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Feb. 20, 
1745-6. Matric. 1747; Scholar. 

ALSTON, WILLIAM. Matric. pns. from Queens', Easter, 
i6i2. Of Suffolk. Perhaps of Gt Cornard, Suffolk. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Nov. 1612. S. of William, of Polstead. 



Altham, John 

ALSTON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, May 22, 1624, 
age 16. Eldest s. of Thomas, gent., of Polstead, Suffolk. 
School, Newton, Suffolk. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Feb. 6, 
1626-7. Of Odell, Beds. Buried there. Mar. 16, 1636-7. 
Perhaps migrated to Queens', and graduated there as AUston. 
{Venn. 1. 266; Vis. of Beds. 1634.) 

ALSTON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 29, 1648, age 

16. S. of Sir Edward, of Strixton, Northants., Knt. (1628). 

Matric. 1648. Of Strixton, Esq. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 

Nov. 13, 1647. Died 1690. Brother of Charles (1665-6). 

(Venn, i. 372.) 
ALSTONE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 

Apr. 10, 1654. S. of John, gent., of Odell, Beds. B. there. 

School, Wimington, Beds. Matric. 1654. Adm. at the Inner 

Temple, 1654. Barrister, 1662. 
ALSTON, WILLIAM. Grace for M.A. 1675 {LU. Reg.). 

ALSTON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Sidney, Sept. 10, 
1705. 4th s. of Edward, B.D., R. of Bergholt, Suffolk 
(1660-1). B. there. School, Ipswich. Matric. 1705 > B.A. 
1711-2; M.A. 1715. Ord. deacon (Nor^vich) July, 1712; 
priest, Dec. 1717. 

ALSTON, . Adm. FeU.-Com. at Sidney, 1666. 

ALSTON, . Adm. pens, at Pembroke, June 17, 1745. Per- 
haps William, s. and h. of William, of Bramford, Suffolk; 
adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 2, 1747, age 17. 

ALT, JUST. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 5, 1751. 
S. of Just, of London. School, Westminster. Matric. 1751; 
Scholar, 1752; B.A. 1755; M.A. 1758. Fellow, 1756. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) Apr. 24; priest. May 21, 1758. Preb. 
of York, 1797. R. of Mixbury, Oxon. Died June, 1801. 

ALTE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, July 8, 1619. 

Of Leics. Matric. as 'John,' 1619; B.A. 1622-3; M.A. 1626. 

Lecturer at Halifax. Minister at Bury, Lanes., 1645. Minister 

of the Classis. R. of Bury, 1654-6. Buried there Apr. 7, 

1656. (Shaw, Bury Classis, 11. 210.) 
ALTAM, ED. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Clare, Michs. 1567. 

Perhaps Edward, s. of James, of Markshall, Essex, Esq.; 

father of the next. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 23, 1570. 

Brother of Thomas (1567). Died Apr. i, 1605. Buried in 

Latton church. {Essex Pedigrees; Burke, L.G.) 

ALTHAM, EDWARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Emmanuel, May 28. 
1599. S. of Edward, of Latton, Essex, Esq., adm, at 
Gray's Inn, Jan. 28, 1600-1. Of MarkshaU. Knighted 1613. 
Died May 28, 1632. Buried at Latton. M.I. there. (Burke, 
L.G.; Essex Pedigrees.) 

ALTHAM, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, 
Michs. 1641; B.A. 1643-4. 

ALTHAM, JAMES. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Trinity, Michs. 
1571. S. of James of MarkshaU, Latton, Essex. 'SpeciaUy 
admitted' at Gray's Inn, 1575. Reader at Gray's Inn, 1600. 
Baron of the exchequer, 1607-17. Knighted 1607. M.P. for 
Bramber, Sussex, 1588-9. Died Feb. 21, 1616-7. Buried 
at Oxhey, Herts., where he had an estate. {D.N.B.) 

ALTAM, JAMES. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1580. 

ALTHAM, JAMES. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Emmanuel, May 28, 
1599. S. of Edward, of Markshall, Latton, Essex (1567). 
Adm. at Gray's Inn, Aug. 4, 1600. Knighted by King 
James 1, 1610. Died July 15,1610. Brotherof Edward (1599). 
{Essex Pedigrees; Burke, L G.) 

ALTHAM, JAMES. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Corpus Christi, 1603. 
B. in Essex. Doubtless s. of Sir James (1571) by his first wife. 
Matric. 1604. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Aug. 4, 1600, as son of 
James of the same Inn. Of Oxhey, Herts. Knighted, 1608. 
A grandson of his was created Baron Altham. Died Feb. 15, 
1623-4. {D.N.B. ; Morant,t. 24.) 

ALTHAM, JAMES. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Emmanuel, Feb. 10, 
1629-30. Of Essex. Matric. 1631; B.A. 1632-3. S. of 
Edward, of MarkshaU, Essex (i599)- B- i6i4- Royalist 
sufferer. K.B. 1661. Mar. Alice, dau. of Sir John Spencer 
of Offley, Herts. Brother of John (1633-4). {Essex Pedi- 
grees; Burke, L.G.; Morant, 11. 489.) 

ALTHAM, J AMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, Sept. 12, 
1716. S. of James, gent., of Middlesex. B. in London. 
School, Bishop's Stortford. Matric. 1717; B.A. 1720-1; 
M.A. 1724. Fellow, 1726-30. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 
May 31, 1724; priest (London) June 5, 1726. R. of Wood- 
ford, Essex, 1729-66. R. of Latton, 1730-58. Chaplain to 
Peregrine, Duke of Leeds. Died Jan. 16, 1766. {Scott-Mayor, 
III. 306.) 

ALTHAM, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, Jan. 28, 
1633-4. S. of Sir Edward, of Markshall, Knt. (1590). B. at 
Latton, Essex. School, Bishop's Stortford. Matric. 1634. 
Adm. at Gray's Inn, Oct. x8, 1637. Barrister, 1648; Ancient,. 
1658. Brotherof James (1629-30). {Essex Pedigrees; Fosta, 
Gray'i Inn.) 



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Altham, Michael 

ALTHAM, MICHAEL. Adm. pens, (age i6) at Christ's, 
Apr. 21, 1649. S. of Roger. B. at Settle, Yorks. School, 
Giggleswick. Matric. 1649. Incorp. as M.A. at Oxford, 1682 
(no such degree found). Perhaps V. of Over Kellet, Lanes., 
1655. R. of Eastwick, Herts., 1664-1705. R. of Latton, 
Essex, 1681-1705. Chaplain to Earl of Denbigh. Died 1705. 
Brother of Roger (1663). {PeiU, i. 525.) 

ALTHAM, PEYTON. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 19) at St John's, 
Nov. 8, 1715. S. of James, Esq., of Markshall, Essex. 
School, Bishop's Stortford. Succeeded his father at Markshall. 
DiedNov. 2, 1741. Buried at Latton. {Scott-Mayor, 111. 2g8; 
Burke, L.G.) 

ALTHAM, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Gonville Hall, 
Easter, 1545 (impiUies). 

ALTHAM, RICHARD. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Trinity, 
Easter, 1615. and s. of Sir James, Knt., Baron of the 
Exchequer, by his 2nd wife. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 2, 
1614-5. Died, without issue, 1623. 

ALTHAM, ROGER. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Christ's, June 6, 
X663. S. of Roger. B. at Settle. School, Giggleswick. Migr. 
to Oxford; matric. (Christ Church) Dec. 17, 1668; B.A. (Ox- 
ford) 1672; M.A. 1675; D.D. 1694. Proctor, 1682, 1693. 
Preb. of York, 1683-1714; of Southwell, 1685-1714; and of 
Ripon, 1689. Regius rtofessor of Hebrew at Oxford, 1691-7; 
1702-14. R. of Nvm Burnholme, Yorks., 1685-87. V. of 
Finedon, Northants., 1688. Married Frances, dau. of Christo- 
pher Hodgson, of New Hall, Leeds. Died, Aug. 15, 1714. 
{A I. Oxon; M. H. Peacock.) 

ALTAM, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1546. 

ALTAM, THOMAS. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Clare, Michs. 
1567. Brother of Edward (1567). Adm. with him at Lin- 
coln's Inn, 1570. 

ALTAM, . Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1544. 

ALTON, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1571; B.A. 
1575-6; M.A. 1579. One of these names, M.A., physician, 
buried at St Mary's, Nottingham, Feb. 22, 1629-30, aged 80. 

ALLURED, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Aug. 16, 1650. 
Of Yorks. Doubtless s. of John, of Charterhouse, Hull, 
and brother of Thomas (1650). Parliamentary colonel. B. 
c. 1632. Probably died c. 1668. (F.M.G. 992; Yorhs. 
Genealogist, 4.) 

ALURED, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 11, 1656. S. 
and h. of Christopher, of Martin, Notts., Esq. Adm. at 
Gray's Inn, Apr. 28, 1658. 

ALURED, THOMAS. Adm. scholar at Trinity, Easter, 1602. 
Doubtless s. of John Aldred (whom see), of Charterhouse, 
Hull. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 7, 1604. M.P. for Hedon, 
1628-9. Died s.p. May, 1638. Buried at St Anne's, Black 
friars. (F.M.G. 992 ; Yorks. Genealogist, 4.) 

ALLURED, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Aug. 16, 1650. 
Of Yorks. B.A. 1654. 2nd s. of John, of Charterhouse, Hull, 
and brother of John (1650). Adm. at Gray's Inn, July 13, 
1655. Barrister, 1666. Recorder of Beverley, 1688-1700. 
Died s.p. (F.M.G. 992.) 

ALVBRLEY, . D.Can.L. 1465-6. 

ALVEY, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 
1564. Of Notts. B.A. 1567-8; M.A. 1571. Fellow, 1570. 
Incorp. at Oxford, 1577. Ord. deacon (Peterb.), May 26, 
1616 ('M.A.; late fellow of St John's'); priest, June 15, 
1617. 

ALVEY, HENRY. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1571. 
Of Notts. Scholar; B.A. 1575-6; M.A. 1579; B.D. 1586. 
Fellow, 1577. President, 1590. Provost of Trinity College, 
Dublin, 1601-9. Returned to Cambridge. Died Jan. 25, 
1626-7. Will proved (V.C.C.) 1627. Benefactor to St John's. 

ALVEY, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1578. 

ALVEY, RICHARD. Scholar of Christ's; B.A. from St John's, 
1528-9; M.A. 1532; B.D. 1543. Fellow of St John's, 1537. 
R. of Thorington, Essex, 1539. R. of Grinstead, Colchester, 
1546. R. of Sandon, 1548. Canon of Westminster, 1552. 
E>eprived under Queen Mary and exiled. Restored to 
Thorington, and to Westminster, 1558. Master of the Temple, 
1560. R. of Burstead Parva, 1571-6. Died c. August, 1584. 
(Cooper, I. 491; D.N.B.) 

ALVEY, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, June 15, 
1646. S. of Thomas, citizen of London. B. in Pater Noster 
Row, London. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. 1646; 
B.A. 1649-50. 

ALVEY, WILLIAM. B.A. 1553-4. 

ALVEY, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, July 1, 

1634. S. of John, baker, of Nottingham. B. there. School, 

Nottingham. 
ALVEY, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Mar. 16, 

1667-8. S. of William, clothier, of Nottingham. B. there. 

School, Nottingham. Matric. 1668. 



Ambrose, Robert 

ALVEY, YELDARD. M.A. 1619 (Incorp. from Oxford). Of 
Beds., 'cler. fiL' Matric. (Oxford) June 15, 1610, age 16; 
B.A. 1614; M.A. 1618; B.D. 1625. V. of Eglingham, 
Northumberland, 1627. V. of Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1631-45 
(sequestered). Buried Mar. 19, 1648-9, at St Nicholas, 
Newcastle. {Al. Oxon.) 

ALVIS, ANDREW. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Dec. 
18, 1725. S. of Andrew, of Suffolk. B. at Bury St Edmunds. 
School, Bury. Matric. 1726; B.A. 1729-30; M.A. 1733; 
B.D. 1741. Fellow, 1732-64. President, 1755. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) Dec. 23, 1733; priest, Dec. 24, 1738. V. of Foxton, 
Cambs., 1745-8. V. of Minting, Lines., 1751-j. R. of Gt 
Snoring, Norfolk, 1762-73. R. of Thursford, 1762. Died 
May 29, 1773. (Scott-Mayor, iii. 393.) 

ALVITT, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Emmanuel, Easter, 
1615. 

ALWYN, . M.A. 1464. Perhaps Thomas, R. of Broughton, 

Hunts., 1469-74; R. of Abbots Ripton, 1497-9. Died 1499. 

ALWINE, . B.Civ.L. 1488. 

ALYFF, WILLIAM. B.A. 1499-1500. 

ALYES, NATHANIEL. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, 
Jan. 25, 1629-30. S. of Edward. B. at Longdon, Worcs. 
School, Bedford. 

ALYS or HAYLES, WILLIAM. B.Civ.L. 1533-4. 

AMBLER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pembroke, Apr. 29, 
1621. S. of Humphrey, of London. Matric. 1621. Migrat^ 
to Jesus, July 24, 1622. B.A. 1624-5; M.A. 1628. Scholar 
of Jesus. Brother of Thomas (1620). 

AMBLER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1658 
(pens, in College). S. of Thomas, of Kirton, Lines. B.A. from 
St Catharine's, 1661-2; M.A. 1665. Ord. priest (Lincoln) 
Aug. 10, 1668. R. of Kirton. (Lines. Pedigrees.) 

AMBLER, JOSHUA. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 
1659. S. of William, of Kirton, Lines. Bapt. Apr. 6, 1643. 
Buried at Kirton, Mar. 19, 1663-4. (Lines. Pedigrees.) 

AMBLER, LAURENCE. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 
1588. Perhaps V. of Colne, Lanes., 1596-9. 

AMBLER, THOMAS. Matric. pens from Pembroke, Easter, 
1620 (age 16). S. of Humphrey, of London. B.A. 1623-4; 
M.A. 1627. Ord. priest (Peterb.) May 31, 1629. C. of Will- 
ingham, Cambs., 1631. V. of Wenhaston, Sufiolk, 1639. 
One of these names was R. of Newtimber, Sussex, 1659-71. 
Died Aug. 13, 1671; buried there. Brother of John (1621). 
(Suss. Arch. Coll. xxxviii. 207.) 

AMBLER, WILLIAM. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1672. Of 
Cambs. Matric. 1672. 

AMBLER, WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Jesus, July 5, 1680. 
ist s. of Joshua, of Kirton, Lines. Matric. 1680; M.A. 1681-2 
(Lit. Reg.). Of Spalding, Lines., Esq. J. P. for Co. Lines. 
Governor of the Wilksby Schools, Spalding, and first Presi- 
dent of the Gentleman's Society. Buried at Spalding, Oct. 12, 
1727. (Lines. Pedigrees; Misc. Gen. et Her. 4th S. i. 127.) 

AMBLIN, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 
1655. (Not in College Register.) 

AMBREY, EDMUND. B.A. from Magdalene, 1577-8. Pro- 
bably ord. priest (Ely) Dec. 1574 (described as of Pembroke 
Hall, age 24); and ord. deacon at Peterb. C. of King's 
Ripton. P.C. of S. Shields, Durham, 1581-3. 

AMBROSE, DANIEL. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1612. Of Lanes. B.A. 1615-6; M.A. 1619; B.D. 1627; D.D. 
1631. Fellow, 1618. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) May 15; priest. 
May 16, 1625. R. of Methley, Yorks., 1625-48. Doubt- 
less 2nd s. of John, of Lowick, Lanes. (Lanes. Vis. 1664.) 

AMBROSE, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, 
Easter, 1607; B.A. 1610-1; M.A. 1614. Ord. deacon and 
priest (London), Feb. 25, 1615-6. 

AMBROSE, ISAAC. M.A. from Magdalene, 1632 (Incorp. 
from Oxford). Of Lanes. S. of the V. of Ormskirk. Bapt. 
at Ormskirk May 29, 1604. Matric. (Oxford) Nov. 2, 1621, 
age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1624-5. V. of Castleton, Derbs., 
1627-31. King's preacher for Duchy of Lancaster, 1631. 
V. of Preston, 1640. Presbyterian Minister of Garstang, 
1654-62 (ejected). Buried at Preston, Jan. 25, 1663-4. 
(Al. Oxon.; D.N.B.) 

AMBROSE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1624. 
Of Lanes. 5th s. of John, of Lowickj Scholar; B.A. 1627-8; 
M.A. 1631; B.D. 1638. Fellow, 1630-44 (ejected); 1660-84 
(died). Chaplain in the Navy, 1638-40. In arms for the 
King during the Civil War. Benefactor to the College. 
Perhaps R. of Caldecote, Hunts., 1642-5. R. of Grasmere, 
Westmoriand till 1684. Died at Lowick Hall, Aug. 15, 1684. 
(Founders and Benefactors, 59; Vis. of Lanes. 1664.) 

AMBROSE, ROBERT. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
1471. B.A. (? 1475-6); M.A. 1479. 



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Ambrose, William 

AMBROSE, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 
1610. S. and h. of John, of Lowick, Lanes. Aged 71 in 1664. 
Succeeded his father at Lowick. Perhaps adm. as 'Ambrosius,' 
at Gray's Inn, from Staple Inn, Mar. 3, 1614-5. (Lanes. Vis. 
1664.) 

AMBROSE, WILLIAM. B.A. from St John's, 1626-7 (per- 
haps the above). One of these names R. of Farmborough, 
Somerset., 1648. 

AMBROSE, . B.A. 1458-9; M.A. 1463. 

AMBROSE, . D.Can.L. 1473- 

AMCOTTS, CHARLES. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Trinity Hall, 
Apr. 29, 1746. Expelled June 9, 1749, for drinking the 
Pretender's health. Doubtless Charles, s. of Vincent, of 
Harrington, Lines. B. 1730. Created D.C.L. at Oxford, 
1763. M.P. for Boston, 1766-77. Colonel, Lincoln Militia. 
Died Apr. 14, 1777. {Scott-Mayor, in. 575; Al. Oxon.; 
Lines. Pedigrees.) 

AMKOTTS, HAMOND. Matric. sizar from Nicholas' Hostel, 
Michs. 1545. Probably s. of Hamond, of London. Living, 
Apr. 20, 1557. {Lines. Pedigrees.) 

AMKOTTS.PAUL. B.Civ.L. 1540-1. Fellow of Jesus, 1547-51. 

Admon. granted (V.C.C.) 1551, to brothers John and Mathew. 

(A. Gray.) 
AMCOTTS, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Queens', Lent, 

1618-9. Of Lines. B.A. 1622-3. One of these names, s. of 

Sir Richard, of Aisthorpe, Lines.; buried there. May 22, 

1632. {Lines. Pedigrees.) 
AMCOTTS, VINCENT. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Emmanuel, Apr. 

12, 1700. S. of Vincent, of Harrington, Lines. B. _x683. 

Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Dec. 20, 1703. Married and had issue. 

Died Aug. 26, 1733. {Lines. Pedigrees, 17.) 
AMCOTTS, WILLIAM. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Trinity, Michs. 

1609. S. of Sir Richard, Knt., of Aisthorpe, Lines. Adm. at 

Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 29, 1612. Buried there, Sept. 14, 1639. 

(Lines. Pedigrees.) 
AMCOTTS, Adm. Fell.-Com. at St Catharine's, 1644. 

Perhaps William, s. and b. of William, of Aisthorpe, Lines., 

Esq. B. 1625. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1645. Buried at St 

Andrew's, Holbom, Oct, 9, 1650. (Foster, Gray's Inn.) 

AMEREDITH, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, 
Michs. 1637; B.A. 1637-8; M.A. 1641. S. of Edward, of 
Tamerton, Devon. Matric. at Oxford, Mar. 20, 1634-5, 
age 17. R. of Landulph, Cornwall. Drowned, May 8, 1661. 
{Al. Oxon.; Vis. of Devon, 1620.) 

AMERICKE, WILLIAM. Of Trinity; literate. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) Mar. 9; priest. Mar. 10, 1627-8. 

AMEROT, ISAAC. Incorp. from Saumur, 1613; degree not 
specified. 

AMERYE, JOHN. Lay clerk at King's, 1553-4. 

AMERY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, June 16, 
1639. S. of Robert, of London, Linen merchant. Matric. 
1639. 

AMERYE, RALPH. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Easter, 
1580; B.A. 1583-4; M.A. 1587. Fellow, 1586-8. 

AMES or AMIAS, ALEXANDER. Matric. sizar from Queens', 
Michs. 1589. Of Cambs. B.A. 1592-3. Ord. priest (Peterb.) 
June 14, 1595. C. of Stoke Ferry, Norfolk, in 1603. R. of 
Bougbton, 1612-7. 

AMIS, BARTHOLOMEW. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 1608. 
Of Kent. Matric. Easter, 1609; B.A. 1613-4, as Amyas. 

AMY AS, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Feb. 6, 
1707-8. S. of John, R. of Hethersett, Norfolk (1672-3). B. at 
Gt Melton, Norfolk. Schools, Wymondham and Norwich. 
Matric. 1708; Scholar, 1708-12; B.A. 1711-2. Fellow, 1712. 
Died c. 1714. Brother of John (1697). {Venn, i. 517.) 

AMES, CHARLES. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, June 27, 
1723. S. of Edward, woodworker, of Norwich. School, 
Norwich. Matric. 1723; B.A. 1726-7. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
July, 1727; priest, Sept. 1728. R. of St Laur., Norwich, 
1740; of All Saints', Norwich, 1737-42. R. of Haynford, 
Norfolk, 1739-71. V. of Trowse Newton, 1754-73. V. of 
Whitlingham, 1754. 

AMYAS or AMIS, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 
Easter, 1580; B.A. 1582-3. 

AMYAS, FRANCIS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
Dec. 14, 1676. Of Norfolk. School, Wymondham, Norfolk. 
Matric. 1679; B.A. 1680-1: M.A. 1684. Ord. deacon (Nor- 
wich) June 10, 1682; priest, May 25, 1684. R. of Litcham, 
Norfolk, 1684-1688. (Walker, 158.) 

AMISB, ISRAEL. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1560, 
age 12; B.A. 1563-4; M.A. 1372. S. and h. of Roger, of 
Wakes Colne, Essex. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Aug. 17, 
1564. Of Tilbury, Esq. (Vis. oj Etux, inB; Morant, ti. 335.) 



Amery, Robert 

AlCYAS or AMIS, JOHN. Matric, Fell. -Com. from Corpus 
Christi, Michs. 1578. One of these names adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Dec. 22, 1576. One, of Yorks., was adm. at 
Douay; ord. priest, 1581. Sent to England, 1581. Executed 
1589. (Douay Diary.) 

AIMES, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Oct. 2, 1614. Matric. 
1614; B.A. 1617-8; M.A. 1621. One of these names seques- 
tered from Loose, Kent, 1643. 

AMYAS, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Mar. 20, 1672-3. 
Of Norfolk. Matric. 1673; B.A. 1676-7; M.A. 1680. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Sept. 22, 1678; priest, Feb. 27, 1680-1. 
R. of Hethersett, Norfolk, 1702. Held it with Melton All 
Saints'. Father of Benjamin (1707-S) and of the next. 

AMYAS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 7, 1697. S. 
of John, R. of Hethersett, Norfolk, above. Matric. 1698; B.A. 
1701-2; M.A. 1705; B.D. from Caius, 1711-2. Fellow of 
Emmanuel, 1703-7; of Caius, 1707-13. Ord. deacon (Nor- 
wich) May, 1706. Brother of Benjamin (1707-8). Will 
proved (V.C.C.) 1713. (Venn, i. 517.) 

AMYCE or AMYS, JOSEPH. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 

Eton, Aug. 16, 1568, age 19. Of Wakes Colne, Essex. Matric. 

1568; B.A. 1572-3; Fellow, 1571-75. 
AMYAS, MATTHEW. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, July 6, 

1681. S. of John, gent., of Hingham, Norfolk. B. there. 

Schools, Hingham and Norwich. Matric. 1682; Scholar, 

1681-6; B.A. 1685-6; M.A. 1689; M.D. 1701. Died Nov. 26, 

1728. (Venn, i. 468.) 
AMIES, PETER. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, Michs. 

1582. B. at Manningtree, Essex. B.A. 1585-6; M.A. 1589. 

Ord. deacon (London) Apr. 6, 1600, age 35. V. of Bradfield, 

Essex, 1601-6. Died 1606. 
AMES or AMIAS, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Queens', 

Easter, 1611. Of London. B.A. 1614-5. Incorp. at Oxford, 

1617; M.A. (Oxford), 1617. Perhaps V. of Newnham, Kent, 

1623-7. 
AMES, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 8, 1629. 

Matric. 1629-30. 
AMES, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, Easter, 

1658 (imputes). Of Suffolk. B.A. 1661-2; M.A. 1665. 
AMIS or AVIS, ROBERT, see AVIS. 
AMYAS, STEPHEN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, June 24, 1678. 

Afterwards pens. Of Norfolk. Matric. 1683-4; M.B. 1683. 
AMYAS, THEOPHILUS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, June 24, 

1658, S. of Paul, gent., of Leicester. B. in Crookhavcn, 

Ireland. Schools, Blackburn, Lanes., and 'Cowhill.' Matric. 

1658; Scholar, 1658-61. Perhaps R. of Aldingham, Lanes., 

1668-73. Died 1673. (Venn, i. 403.) 
AMYAS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, 1650. S. of 

Francis, of Deopham, Norfolk, gent. Schools, Hingham and 

Deopham. Matric. 1651; B.A. 1654; M..^. 1658. Incorp. 

at Oxford, 1657. Ord. priest (Bishop Brownrigg of Exeter) 

Jan. 19, 1658-9. R. of Carleton Forehoe, Norfolk, 1657-1700. 

V. of Kimberley to 1700. Admon. (Norwich C.C.) Mar. 13, 

1700-1. (Venn, 1. 380.) 
AMES, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, i668. Of 

Suffolk. Matric. x668; B.A. 1671-2; M.A. 1675. Ord. deacon 

(Norwich) Sept. 19, 1674; C. of Capel, Suffolk. Ord. 

priest, Dec. 18, 1675. 
AMES, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Christ's, c. 1593-4. B. in 

Norfolk. B.A. 1597-8, as Amys; M.A. 1601. Fellow, i6oi-io. 

Puritan theologian frequently in trouble for his opinions. 

Went to Leyden about 1610. Married (i) a daughter of Dr 

Burgess, chaplain to Sir Horace Vere, Governor of Brielle, 

Holland; (2) Joane, dau. of Giles Fletcher (1565). Attended 

the Synod of Dort, 1618-9. Professor of Theology a tFraneker, 

i622,andafterwardsreetor,i626. Retired to Rotterdam,i633, 

where he died in November,aged 57. Author, Medulla Theo- 

logiae, De Conscientia, etc. (D.N.B. ; J. G. Bartlett.) 
AMES, WILLIAM. B.A. from Christ's, 1607-8. 
AMES or AMYES, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 

14,1637-8. Of Essex. Matric. 1638; B.A. 1641-2; M.A. from 

Queens', 1645. Fellow of Queens', 1644-7. Incorp. M.A. 

at Oxford, 1652. 
AMES or AMYES, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Queens', 

Lent, 1645-6. Of Salop. B.A. 1649. This man, or possibly 

the last, V. of Much Wenlock, Salop, 1656. 
AMRY, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 31, 1607, 

as Amye. Matric. 1607. 
AMERY, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1497. 

B.A. 1500-1; M.A. 1504-5. Ord. sub-deacon (Lincoln) Feb. 

15, 1504-5. 
AMORY, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 15) at St John's, Mar. 23, 

1746-7. S. of Thomas, of Middlesex. B. in Dublin. School, 

Westminster. Matric. 1747; M.B. 1757. Practised physic 

at Wakefield, Vorks. Died Feb. 14, 1805, aged 74. (ScoU- 

Mayor, iii. 565.) 



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Amflys, Robert 

AMFLYS, ROBERT. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 

1487. 
AMFLYS, WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
July 31, 1514, age 18. B. at Lynn, Norfolk. Left c. 1516-7. 

AMGELL or AMBGIL, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar (age 19) at 
Pembroke, Feb. 14, 1630-1. S. of John, of Yorks. Matric. 
1631; B.A. 1634-5; M.A. 1638. R. of Treeton, Yorks. c. 
1647; ejected, 1662. Died soon after. {Calamy, 11. 578.) 

AMGELL, JAMES. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Michs. 1555. 
One of these names minister at Sheffield, 1564-72. {Peile, i. 
60.) 

AMHERST, GEOFFREY. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Christ's, 
Mar. 26, 1667. S. of John, Bencher of Gray's Inn. B. in 
London. School, Tonbridge. Matric. 1667-8. Adm. at 
Gray's Inn, June i, 1666. Barrister and Bencher. M.P. for 
Bletchingley, 1689-90. Of Cowfold, Sussex. Died Aug. 
1713. Father of Jeffery {1695). {Peile, 11. 9.) 

AMHERST, GEOFFREY. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 5, 1672. 
From Eton. Of Tonbridge. Afterwards scholar of King's 
(adm. there same year). Matric. 1672; B.A. from King's, 
1676-7; M.A. 1680. Fellow of King's, 1675. Married and 
lived on his estate in Kent. (Harwood, 260.) 

AMHERST, GEOFFREY. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at Christ's, 
May 15, 1695. S. of Geoffrey (1667). B. at Cowfold, Sussex. 
School, Horsham. Matric. 1695. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 3, 
1692. Bencher. Treasurer, 1739-44. Of Riverhead, Kent. 
Father of the ist Lord Amherst. Buried at Sevenoaks, 
Nov. 1, 1750. (Peile, 11. 134.) 

AMHURST, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 
June 29, 1648. S. of Nicolas, of E. Farleigh, Kent. B. there. 
School, Maidstone. Matric. 1648; B.A. 1651-2. V.ofMarden, 
Kent, till 1707. Died Nov. i, 1707. 

AMIE, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 14) at Christ's, Jan. 11, 
1622-3. S. of Bamaby. B. at Cambridge. School, Perse. 
Matric. 1623; B.A. 1626-7; M.A. 1631. One of these names, 
M.A., was R. of Pen Selwood, Somerset., 1645-65. (Peile, i. 
348.) 

AMYE, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, 1582. B. at 
Hythe, Kent. B.A. 1584-5, as Amyas. Ord. deacon (London) 
June 18, 1584, age 23. V. of Hougham, Kent, 1592-9. R. of 
Hawkinge, Kent, 1599-1612. Died 1612. 

AMEY, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Clare, Lent, 1563-4; B.A. 
1567-8; M.A. 1571; LL.D. 1583. Taxor, 1581-2. Adm. 
advocate, Oct. 3, 1590. Master in Chancery, 1597-1621. 
Knighted, 1619. S. of John, S. of Robert, of Abingdon, 
Cambs. Grant of arms, 1593. 

AMY, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Queens', Feb. 27, 1687-8. Of 
Suffolk. Matric. i6gi; B.A. 1691-2. Ord. deacon (by Ex- 
Bishop of Norwich) May 25, 1694. Non-juror. 

AMY, JOHN. Adm. (age 19) at Trinity, July 6, 1713. S. of 
Richard of Yarm, Yorks. School, Yarm. Migrated to Peter- 
house where he was adm. pens. July 3, 1714. Matric. 1714; 
Scholar, 1714; B.A. 1716-7; M.A. 1723. Fellow, 1719. 
Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 21, 1718; priest, Dec 20, 1719. 
Probably V. of Wyrardisbury, Bucks., 1724-1757. 

AMYE, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 1548. 

AMYE, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1578; 
B.A. from Clare, 1581-2; M.A. from Queens', 1585. Ord. 
priest (London) Mar. 1594. V. of Buxlow and Knodishall, 
Suffolk, 1594-1611. Chaplain to Lord North, 1603. (Peile, i. 
147) 

AMY, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Queens', c. 1591; B.A. 
1595-6, as Amie. 

AMY, . Matric, sizar from Gonville Hall, Easter, 1544. 

AMY, . Sizar at Jesus, in 1603. Mentioned in the will of 

his tutor, Lionel Ducket. (A. Gray.) 

AMIRALD, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Apr. 5, 
1649. Of Norfolk. Perhaps S. of Paul, V. of E. Dereham. 
Matric. 1649; B.A. 1652-3, as Amiraut. Ejected from New 
Buckenham, Norfolk, 1662. Afterwards minister at Over- 
strand, and South Repps, where he died. Author of religious 
works. (Calamy, 11. 191; J. Browne, Norf. and Suff.) 

AMNER, JOHN. Mus.Bac. 1640 (Incorp. from Oxford). 
Mus.Bac. (Oxford) 1613. Organist of Ely Cathedral and 
master of the choristers, 1610. In holy orders. Died at Ely, 
1641. Composer of anthems, etc. (D.N.B.) 

AMONDESHAM, ue AGMONDESHAM. 

AMOS, SIMON. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Feb. 10, 1663-4. Of 

Lines. School, Market Bosworth. Dixie scholar; Matric, as 

Samuel, 1664; B.A. 1667. 
AMOS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Sept. zy, 1748. Of 

London. Matric. 1748; Scholar; B.A. 1753; M.A. 1756. 

Ord. deacon (Norwich) July, 1754; priest. Mar. 14, 1756. 



Anderson, Francis 

AMSON, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Jesus, Nov. 7, 1704. Of 
Leighs, Cheshire. S. of Hugh, Esq. Matric. 1705. Died 
Jan. 9, 1735, aged 50. M.I. in Sandbach Church. 

AMSON, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Lent, 1672-3. 
Of Middlewich, Cheshire, gent. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 
Nov. 21, 1675. 

AMSON, ROGER (? GEORGE). Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, 
June 3, 1672. Of Staffs. ('George Amson,' matric. sizar, 
Easter, 1672.) 

AMSTER, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Pembroke c. 1596, 
ANBIE (? AUBIE), ANDREW. Matric. pens, from Trinity, 

Easter, 1634; B.A. 1638. 
ANBY or AWNBY, GEORGE. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Sidney, July 

6, 1618. S. of John, of Sherwood Hall, Yorks. B. in Yorks. 

Age 11 in 1612. Matric. 1618, as Aubye. Married Frances, 

dau. of Richard Bowes, of Babthorp, Yorks. Died May 21, 

1666. (Vis. of Yorks.; M. H. Peacock.) 
ANBY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 5, 1641. 

Of Yorks. Probably 2nd s. of George, of Sherwood Hall, 

Kellington, Yorks., above. Died unmarried. (M. H. Peacock.) 

ANCELL, see also ANSELL. 

ANCELL, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 22, 1635. 
Of Lines. B.A. 1638-9; M.A. 1642. 

ANCELL, W. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1573. 

ANCKERSON, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, July 5, 
1603. S. of Thomas, of Cheveley, Cambs. School, Cheveley. 
B.A. 1606-7; M.A. 1610. Ord. priest (Norwich) June 18, 
1609. C. of Goldmorton, Essex. (Venn, i. 185.) 

ANDERBY, WILLIAM DE. Scholar at King's Hall. Died 
Nov. 20, 1377. Perhaps William Haddenby, adm. 1360. 

ANDERSON, ALEXANDER. B.A. from Trinity, 1575-6; 
M.A. 1579. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1577, age 25; priest. Mar. 29, 
1578. V. of Wrawby, Lines., 1590-7. 

ANDERSON, ARCHIBALD. Matric. sizar from Queens', 
Michs. 1585. Of Scotland. 

ANDERSON, BANKS. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Easter, 
1626; B.A. 1629-30; M.A. 1633. 

ANDERSON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Magdalene, June 10, 
1653, age 17. S. of Edmund, of Broughton, Lines., Esq. 
School, Enfield, imder Dr Littleton. Matric. 1653. 

ANDERSON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Magdalene, 
Nov. 13, 1732. S. of Francis, Esq. B. at Manby, Lines. 
School, Brigg. Matric. 1733; LL-B. 1739. Brother of Francis 
{1731). 

ANDERSON, EDMUND. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1549. Perhaps the Lord Chief Justice C.P. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, 1550. Serjeant-at-Law, 1577. Chief Justice 
C.P. 1582. Knighted, 1582. Died Aug. 1, 1605. Buried at 
Eyworth, Beds. (D.N.B.) 

ANDERSON, EDMUND. Matric. FeJ.-Com. from St John's, 
Easter, 1620. S. and h. of William, of Broughton, Lines.; 
adm. at Gray's Inn, Jan. 29, 1622-3. Aged 26 in 1634. 
Created baronet, 1660. Died 1660-1. Buried at Broughton, 
Jan. 19, 1660-1, aged 55. (Lines. Pedigrees; Foster, Gray's 
Inn; G.E.C.) 

ANDERSON, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Magdalene, June i, 
1647, age 16. S. of Edmund, Esq. of Lines. School, Stam- 
ford. Matric. 1647-8. 

ANDERSON, EDMUND. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Mar. 13, 1650-1, age 17. B. at 'Morton,' Cambs. Matric. 
1650-1; B.A. 1654-5; M.A. 1658. Fellow, 1654, till his death, 
Nov. 25, 1660. 

ANDERSON, EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, 
May 25, 1670. ist s. of William, gent. B. at Dunholme, 
Lines. School, Langton, Malton, Yorks. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Nov. 25, 1671. Of Dunholme, Esq. (Lines. Pedi- 
grees.) 

ANDERSON, Sir EDMUND, Bart Adm. at St Catharine's, 
May 30, 1705. Of Broughton, Lines. B. 1687. S. of Sir 
Edmund, Bart. Succeeded as Bart, 1702. Died May 3, 1765, 
at Kilnwick Percy, Yorks., aged 77. M.I. there. (Lines. Pedi- 
grees; G.E.C.) 

ANDERSON, EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Magdalene, 
Oct. 18, 1730. S. of Sir Stephen, Bart. B. at Eyworth, Beds. 
School, Kensington (priv.). Matric. 1731; B.A. 1734-5; 
M.A. 1738. Died unmarried, Feb. 9, 1766. (Burke, Ext. 
Bart.) 

ANDERSON, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, 
Michs. 1609 (? thesamematric. again Easter, 1610). Migrated 
to Emmanuel Sept. 12, 1610. Scholar; B.A. from Em- 
manuel, 1612-3; M.A. 1616. 

ANDERSON, FRANCIS. Matric. from Clare, Easter, 1664; 
B.A. 1667-8, Perhaps adm. as ' William.' 



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ANDERSON, FRANCIS. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 20) at Mag- 
dalene, Oct. l6, 173 1. S. of Francis, Esq. B. at Manby, 
Lines. School, Brigg. Of Manby, Esq. His son Charles took 
the name (of his mother) Pelham and was created Baron Yar- 
borough, 1794. Brother of Charles (1732). {BviTke, Ext. Bart.) 

ANDERSON, HENRY. Matric. pens, from St John's, Lent, 
1564-5. One of these names adm. at Gray's Inn, 1566. 
Perhaps s. of Bertram (M.P. for Newcastle, 1362). M.P. for 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1584, 1593. Buried Aug. 6, 1605. {Vis. 
of Yorks. 1564.) 

ANDERSON, HENRY. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Trinity Hall, 
Easter, 1655. Perhaps s. and h. of Robert, of Chichester, 
Esq.; adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 22, 1659. 

ANDERSON, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Magdalene, June 25, 
1659, age 17. S. of James, of Newcastle. Matric. 1659; B.A. 
1662; M.A. 1666. Incorp. at Oxford, 1669. Ord. deacon 
(Ely) Sept. 1662; priest, June 13, 1663, as 'B.A. of Jesus.' 
V. of King's Sombome, Hants., 1666. Father of William 
(16S6). 

ANDERSON, JOHN. Adm. at Emmanuel, Feb. ir, 1602-3. 
Matric. sizar 1603; B.A. 1606-7; M.A. 1610. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) Dec. 24, 1609. Master of Kimbolton Grammar 
School, 1611. R. of Wymington, Beds., 1622-40. Died Jan. 
14, 1655-6. Father of Stephen (1642-3). (W. M. Noble.) 

ANDERSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 14) at Sidney, Sept. 29, 
1626. S. of Sir Francis, Knt. B. at Eyworth, Beds. School, 
Isleworth, Middlesex. Matric. Fell.-Com. 1626-7. Created 
baronet, Jan. 3, 1628-9. Of St Ives, Hunts. Died 1630, 
without issue. (Lines. Pedigrees; Burke, Ext. Bart.) 

ANDERSON, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Easter, 
1624. 

ANDERSON, NICHOLAS. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Michs. 
1578; B..\. 1581-2; Scholar, 1583-4. V. of Well, Yorks., 
1599-1608. Died 1608. 

ANDERSON, NICHOLAS. Adm. sizar at Christ's, May 13, 
1642. B. at Biggins (? Newbiggen), near Kirkby, Westmor- 
land. School, Kirkby. B.A. 1644-5; M.A. 1651. Fellow, 
1652-7. Perhaps R. of Birkby, Northallerton, till about 
1663. V. of Holy Trinity, Hull, 1662-89. Preb. of York, 
1681-9. {PeiU.i. 4S0.) 

ANDERSON, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1552. Perhaps 2nd s. of Edward, of Roxby, Lines. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, 1550. Brother of Thomas (1549). 

ANDERSON, ROBERT. B.Can.L. 1516-7. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 
1633; B.A. 1636-7. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 16) at Christ's, 
June7, 1655. S.of Sir Francis, Knt. B. at Bradley, Durham. 
School, Ryton. Matric. 1655. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Oct. 24, 
1655. Died 1668. {Peile, i. 567.) 

ANDERSON, ROBERT. M.A. 1660. Incorp. from St Andrews. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 23, 1660; priest same day. 
One of these names R. of Sandon, Herts., 1675. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Jesus, May 22, 1708. 
Of Chester. Matric. 1708. 

ANDERSON, STEPHEN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 
Feb. 9, 1642-3. S. of John (1602-3), R. of Wymington, Beds. 
B. there. Matric. 1645; B.A. 1646-7; M.A. 1650. R. of Gt 
Catworth, Hunts., 1660-1703. Died 1703. 

ANDERSON, THOMAS. Matric. pens from St John's, Easter, 
1549- Perhaps s. and h. of Edward, of Roxby, Lines. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, 1550. Brother of Richard (1552). 

ANDERSON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Magdalene, 
Apr. 15, i68i. S. of William, Esq., deceased. B. at Dun- 
holme, Lines. School, Lincoln. Matric. 1681; B.A. 1684-5; 
M.A. 1688. {Lines. Pedigrees.) 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM. B.Civ.L. 1520-1. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 
1575; B.A. 1579-80. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAB*. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 
1576. OfNorthanU. B.A. 1581-2; M.A. from St Catharine's, 
1585. FeUowof St Catharine's, 1585. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
Sept. 29; priest, Nov. 30, 1585. Will proved (V.C.C.) 1586. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM. Matric. Fell.-Com. from St John's, 
Easter, 1598. Perhaps s. of Sir Edmund, above (1549). 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, 
June 14, 1651. S. of William. B. at Ashton, Yorks. School, 
Gig^Ieswick. Matric. 1651. One of these names V. of 
Easingwold, Yorks., 1662-4. (PfH*. i. 543-) 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Clare, Apr. 15, 1664. 
B. in Yorks. Perhaps mistake for Francis; see above. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Magdalene, 
May 10, 1 686. S. of Henry, clerk, formerly of the College 
(1659). B. at King's Sombome, Hants. School, Romsey 
(Mr Goldwire). Matric. 1687-8; B.A. 1689-90. 



Andrews, Eusebius 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, 
Mar. 2, 1737-8. S. of Sir Edmund, of Kihiwiek, Yorks., Bart. 
School, Westminster. Matric. 1738; Scholar, 1738; B.A. 
1741-2; M.A. 1745. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) May 29, 1743. 
R. of Lea, Lines., 1743-85- R- of Epworth, 1757-84. Suc- 
ceeded as Bart. 1765. Died at Bell HaU, York, Mar. 9, 1785. 
Buried at Lea. M.I. there. {G.E.C.) 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM OWEN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at 
St John's, Oct. 14, 1686. S. of Robert, C. of Mortlake. 
B. at Mortlake, Surrey. Matric. 1686; B.A. 1690-1. Chap- 
Iain to East India Co. 1704. Commissary of Bishop of Lon- 
don, for the consecration of the church at Calcutta. Died 
at sea or at Madras Sept. 30, 1711. (H. B. Hyde, Annals of 
Bengal.) 

ANDERSON, . B.Civ. (or Can.) L., 1499-1500. 

ANDERSON, . Adm. FeU.-Com. at Trinity, 1644. 

ANDERTON, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 
June 12, 1671. S. of John, attorney, of Wigan, Lanes. 
B. there. School, Wigan. Matric. 1671; B.A. 1674-5. Died 
in College; buried at All Saints', Cambridge, Mar. 4, 1674-5. 

ANDERTON, LAURENCE. Matric. pens, from Christ's, c. 1593. 
S. of Thomas, of Horwick, Lanes. B. 1577. School, Black- 
bum. B.A. 1596-7. Probably in Anglican orders. Went to 
Rome, 1604; and entered the Society of Jesus. Laboured 
in the English Province, mostly in Lancashire, for nearly 
40 years. Died Apr. 17, 1643. Learned controversialist. 
{D.N.B.; Peile, i. 206.) 

ANDERTON, PHILIP. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Easter, 1646. 
Of Salop. Matric. 1646; B.A. 1649-50; M.A. 1653. V. of 
Low Leyton, Essex, 1651; ejected 1662. Afterwards taught 
school there. Died Aug. 27, 1669. {Calamy, i. 510.) 

ANDERTON, ROBERT. B.Civ.L. 1539-40. Of St Clement's 
Hostel. Admon. granted (V.C.C.) 1540, to Paul Amcotts, 
of St Nicholas' Hostel. 

ANDERTON, STEPHEN. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Easter, 
1637; B.A. 1640-1. Head Master of Hexham Grammar 
School, 1642. V. of Corbridge, Northumberland, in 1650; 'a 
preaching minister.' Buried there, Sept. 21, 1669. (H. M. 
Wood.) 

ANDERTON, THOMAS. Lay clerk at King's, 1562-3. 

ANDERTON, THURSTON. Matric. pens, from St John's, c. 
1596. Of Clayton, Lanes., gent. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 
5, 1600-1 ; late of Barnard's Inn and s. of Christopher, of 
Lostack. {Vis. of Lanes. 1664.) 

ANDESLEY, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, scholar from Eton, 
1495- 

ANDEWE or ANDEIWE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
.Apr. 13, 1574. Of Rayleigh, Essex. S. of Thomas. School, 
Rayleigh. Matric. 1574. 

ANDILTON, JOHN. Adm. at King's, scholar from Eton, 15x1. 
Left as scholar. 

ANDLESER, EDWARD. M.A. 1566 (Incorp. from Oxford). 
Adm. at Christ Church, Oxford, 1550; B.A. i55i;M.A. 1555; 
B.D. 1565-6. V. of Epping, Essex, 1568. R. of Wood Norton, 
Norfolk, 1580; and of Cley-next-the-Sea, 1600. {Al. Oxon.) 

ANDRESSE, CLIVE. M.A. 1635-6 {Lit. Reg.). 

ANDREWS, ARNOLD. Adm. scholar (age 19) at Sidney, 
Feb. 8, 1671-2. .S. of Arnold, clothier. B. at N. Nibley, 
Gloucester. Schools, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucs., and 
Wainfleet. From St Edmund's Hall, Oxford. Matric. there, 
Junes, 1668; B.A. (Cambridge) 1671-2. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
June 2, 1672. 

ANDREW, BARTHOLOMEW. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 
1570. B. at Bocking, Essex. Ord. deacon (London) Jan. 6, 
1573-4, age 23; of Braintree (? curate); priest (Ely) Dec. 21, 
1576. V. of Braintree during 1579. 

ANDREWS, BARTIMEUS. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse c. 
1596; B.A. 1599-1600; M.A. 1603. Ord. deacon (Colchester) 
Sept. 9; priest, Sept. 23, 1604. K. of Clophill, Beds., 1610. 
R. of Laver Magdalen, Essex, 1619-31. Probably s. of 
Bartimeus, lecturer at Yarmouth, 1585. (Palmer's AfonsAt^.) 

ANDREW, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, at Caius, Mar. 2, 
1587-8, age 16. S. of Roger, gent. B. in Gt Ryburgh, Nor- 
folk. School, Holt. Matric. 1588; Scholar, 1589-90. 

ANDREW, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Lent, 
1582-3. Probably C. of Godmanchester, in 1585: 'bred in 
the schools.' 

ANDREW or ANDREWS, EDWARD. Scholar of Trinity, 
1608; B.A. 1608-9; M.A. 1612. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Mar. 
20; priest, Mar. 21, 1613-4. Probably C. of Eyworth, Beds., 
in 1638. 

ANDREW, EUSEBIUS. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Christ's, 
Easter, 1622. S. of Eusebius, Bencher of Lincoln's Inn. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Aug. 11, 1650. For the father set 
D.N.B. {Peile, i. 343) 



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ANDREW, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Michs. 1579. 

ANDREWS, HENRY. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1674- Of 
Norwich. Matric. 1675; B.A. 1677-8; M.A. 1682. Incorp. 
at Oxford, 1682. 

ANDREWES, HENRY. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 16) at Trinity, 
Junes, 1695. S. of Sir Matthew. B. at Waltham-on-Thames, 
Surrey. Educated at home. Matric. 1695. 

ANDREWS, HENRY. M.A. from King's, I7i7. S. of John, 
of Topsham, Devon., clerk. Matric. (BaUiol College, Oxford) 
Mar. 31, 1696, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1699. R. of Ludgvan, 
Cornwall, 1706. R. of Kmperne, Dorset., 1716. R. of Shaftes- 
bury, 1714-22. Headmaster of Shaftesbury School, 1706 
Died 1722. {Al. Oxon.) 

ANDREWS, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Magdalene, 
June 10, 1736. S. of John, Esq. B. at Alford, Lines. School, 
Kirkby Lonsdale, Yorks. Matric. 1736. Adm. at Gray's 
Inn, Nov. 29, 1737. Barrister, 1744; Bencher, 1760. Of 
Alford, Lines., Esq. Will proved, 1792. (Lines. Pedigrees.) 

ANDREW, JAMES. Matric. pens, from Sx John's, Michs. 1621 ; 
B.A. 1625-6; M.A. 1629. 

ANDREWS, JAMES. Adm. siz.-ir at St Catharine's, Aug. 20, 
1694. Matric. 1696; B.A. 1698-9; M.A. 1716. Ord. priest 
(Norwich) Sept. 1702. R. of Milden, Suffolk, 1703-51. R. of 
Bamingham, 1716. Father of the next. 

ANDREWS, JAMES. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, Dec. 28, 
1721. Of Milden, Suffolk. S. of James, R. of Milden, above. 
Matric. 1722; B.A. 1725-6. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Feb. 
1726-7; priest, June, 1728. 

ANDREW, JOHN. B.A. 1463-4; M.A. 1467; B.D. 1474. Perhaps 

R. of N. Ockendon, Essex, 1473-1480. Letters dimissory 

(from Ely) for ist tonsure, 1468. Died 1480. 
ANDREW, JOHN. B.A. 1469-70; (? M.A. 1477); B.D. (?) 1483. 

Probably Fellow of Queens', 1484-97. 
ANDREWS, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 

Aug. 13, 1511, age 18. B. at Toddington, Beds. Fellow, c. 

15 14-5. Left on marriage. Made a fortune by purchase of 

Papal pardons at Boston. (Harwood.) 

ANDREW or ANDROS, JOHN. B.A. 1522-3; M.A. 1527. 

ANDREW, JOHN. Matric. FeU.-Com. from St Catharine's, 
Easter, 1545. 

ANDROW, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1552. 

ANDREWE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Michs. 1556. 
Of Suffolk. B.A. 1559-60. Fellow of St John's, 1560. Prob- 
ably M.A. as Andrews, from St John's, 1572. One of these 
names V. of Great Wigston, Leics., 1575-77. Died 1577. 
(Peile I. 63 ; Nichols, iv. 383.) 

ANDREW, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1573. 

ANDREW or ANDREWS, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, 
Feb. 24, 1595-6. Matric. c. 1596; B.A. 1599-1600; M.A. 
from Pembroke, 1603; D.D. 1633. 

ANDREWS or ANDREW, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Jesus, 
Easter, i6o6. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Sept. 25, 1608. 

ANDREWES, JOHN. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Jesus, Michs. 
1618. Perhaps s. of John, of Clerkenwell, clerk; adm. at 
Gray's Inn, 1620. 

ANDREWS, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1620; 
B.A. 1622-3. 

ANDREWS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 12, 1623. 
Matric. 1623. 

ANDREWS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Caius, July 2, 1632, age 17. 

S. of John, gent. B. at Egginton, Leighton Buzzard, Beds. 

Matric. 1632; Scholar, 1634-7; B.A. 1635-6; M.A. 1639. 

Adm. at Sidney, as M.A., 1639. One of these names minister 

of Oulton, Norfolk, 1654-8. Died Dec. 12, 1658. (Venn, 1.306.) 
ANDREWS. JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, June 2, 

1636. S. of Thomas, yeoman, of Northants. B. at Olney 

Bucks. School, Peterborough. Matric. 1637, as Andrew. ' 
ANDREWS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Caius, Feb. 24, 1641-2, 

age 17. S. of John, of Sudbury, Suffolk, gent. School,' 

Sudbury. Matric. 1642. 
ANDREWS, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse, May 5, 

1645. Of Gloucs. Matric. 1645. 'Ex schola Utoniensi' 

(? Eton). 
ANDREW, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, June 20, 1660. 

Matric. 1661; B.A. 1663; M.A. 1668. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 

May 21, 1665. V. of Yaxley, Hunts., 1669-86. Buried 

there Jan. i, 1686-7. 
ANDREWES, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 14) at Christ's, July 9, 

1664. S. of Thomas. B. in London. Schools, Cambridge 

(priv.) and Stortford. Matric. 1664; B.A. 1668-9; M.A. 1672. 

Fellow, 1669-75. Ord. deacon and priest (Gloucs., at 

Holbom) Feb. 27, 1669-70. Probably died c. 1675. He was 

a son of Damaris, wife of Dr Ralph Cudworth, by her first 

husband. {PeiU, i. 612; F. S. Hockaday.) 



Andrews, Robert 

ANDREWS, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, Feb. 24, 
1692-3. S. of John. B. at Hitchin. School, Hitchin. Matric. 
1693; Scholar, 1693; B.A. 1696-7; M.A. 1703. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) Sept. 24, 1699; priest (London) Sept. 22, 1700. 
Perhaps C. of Sutton by Dover, 1702. Incorp. at Oxford, 
1703. R. of Knowlton, Kent, 1708-11. R. of St Mildred, All 
Saints', and St Mary de Castro, Canterbury, 1708. Chaplain 
to Lord Rockingham. Married Jane, dau. of Henry Barnes. 
Died 1710-1. {Peile, 11. 128.) 

ANDREW, JOHN. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Jan. 10, 
1701-2. Of London. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. 
1701; LL.B. 1706; LL.D. 1711. Fellow, 1 705-1 747. Adm. 
advocate in the Arches Court, 1711. Judge of the Con- 
sistory Court of London, 1739-47. Left a large sum to the 
College, which was finally declined. Died Oct. 1, 1747. 
(Coll. Hist. ofTrin. Hall, 192.) 

ANDREWS, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Jesus, July 9, 1731. Of 
-Oxted, Surrey. Matric. 1731; B.A. 1735-6. 

ANDREW, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Peterhouse, 
March 14, 1731-2. Of Middlesex. School, Elmdon, Essex. 
Matric. 1732; Scholar, 1732; B.A. 1735-6. 

ANDREW, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, Mar. 27, 
1732. S. of Robert, merchant. B. at Gateshead, Durham. 
School, Newcastle. Matric. 1732. Buried at Boldon, Durham, 
Jan. II, 1790. Described as M.D. (H. M. Wood.) 

ANDREWES, JOSHUA. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 
1627; B.A. 1630-1; M.A. 1634. R.of Little Bookham, Surrey, 
1670-7. R. of Effingham, 1674-7. Buried there, Feb. 12, 
1676-7. 

ANDREWS, LANCELOT. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, 
Michs. 1571. S. of a merchant. B. in All Hallows, Barking. 
School, Merchant Taylors'. B.A. 1574-5; M.A. 1578; B.D. 
1585. Fellow, 1576; Master, 1589-1605. V. of St Giles, 
Cripplegate, 1589. Prcb. of St Paul's, 1589. Adm. at Gray's 
Inn, 1590. Chaplain to the Queen. Preb. of Westminster, 
1597; Dean, 1601. Bishop of Chichester, 1605. Lord Almoner. 
Bishop of Ely, 1609; and of Winchester, 1619-26. Dean of 
the Chapel Royal, 1619. Died Sept. 25, 1626. Buried at St 
Saviour's, Southwark. Learned patristic writer. Took part 
in the Hampton Court Controversy. One of the revisers of 
the Authorized Version. Brother of Roger (1590). (D.N.B.) 

ANDREWS, MATTHEW. Adm. pens, at Queens', Jan. 23, 
1663-4. Of Middlesex. Matric. 1664-5; B.A. 1667-8; M.A. 
1671. Fellow, 1670-4. Died 1674. 

ANDREWS, NICHOLAS. Matric. pens, (age 17) from Pem- 
broke, Easter, 1619. S. of Thomas, of London. B.A. 1622; 
M.A. 1626; D.D. 1642. Fellow, 1624. Incorp. at Oxford, 
1627, 1645. R. of Guildford, 1630-43. V. of Godalming, 
1635-43. Preb.of Sarum, 1633. Ejected, 1643. Diedin prison 
shortly before 1660. {Manning, i. 69.) 

ANDREWES, OLIVER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Mar. 9, 
1669-70. S. of Oliver, gent., of Sudbury, Suffolk. B. there. 
Schools, Sudbury and Felstead. Matric. 1670. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, 1671. Died 1676. (Venn, i. 440.) 

ANDROS, RICHARD. Of Trinity Hall B.Civ.L. 1512-3. 

ANDREWS, RICHARD. M.A. 1607 (Incorp. from Oxford). 

S. of Edmond, of London. Matric. (Oxford) Oct. 15, 1591, 

age 16; B.A. 1595; M.A. 1509; M.B. 1607; M.D. 1608. 

F.R.C.P. 1610. Died 1634. {Munk, i. 154.) 
ANDREWS, RICHARD. 'M.A. Cambridge,' incorp. at Oxford, 

Jan. 21, 1626-7. Perhaps a mistake for Nicholas. 
ANDREWS, RICHARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Christ's, 

Mar. 18,1662-3. S. of Ralph. B. in London. School, Bishop's 

Stortford. Matric. 1663. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 8, 

1663. (Peile, I. 601.) 
ANDREWS, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, 

Jan. 13, 1663-4. S. of Roger, shoemaker, of Salop. B. there. 

School, Shrewsbury. Matric. 1664; B.A. 1667-8; M.A. 1671. 

Nominated as 2nd master at Shrewsbury, Dec. 12, 1672. 

R. of Upton Magna, and Witbington, Salop. Died 1726. 
ANDREWS, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, 

Sept. 8, 1698. S. of Daniel, mercer, of London. School, 

Thaxted, Essex. Of Earl's Colne, Essex. Died 1730. 

(Morant, 11. 212.) 
ANDREW, ROBERT. B.A. 1527-8. 
ANDROWES, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, 

Easter, 1563; B.A. 1565-6, as Andrew; M.A. 1569. V. of 

Impington, Cambs., 1573. V. of Wormingford, Essex, 1579- 

86. Died 1586. 
ANDREW, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 

1573- 
ANDREWS, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Easter, 

1637. Matric. 1637; B.A. 1640-1; M.A. 1644. Ord. deacon 

(Norwich) Dec. 24, 1643, aSf^ 23; C. of Gislingham, Suffolk; 

priest, June 16, 1644. 



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Andrews, Robert 

ANDREWS, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 13, 1647. 
Matric. 1647-8. 

ANDREWS, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 1676. 
Matric. 1677: M.B. 1682. 

ANDREWS, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, May 15, 
1690, as 'John.' Of Suffolk. Matric. 1691-2; B. A. 1693-4. 
Ord. priest (Norwich) May 1700. C. of Bot^ale, Suffolk. 
Father of the next. 

ANDREWS, ROBERT. Adm. sirar at St Catharine's, Dec. 28, 
1721. Of Botesdale, Suffolk. S. of Robert (1690) above. 
Matric. 1722; B.A. 1723-6. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 
1725-6. 

ANDREWS, ROGER. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, c. 1590; 
B.A. 1592-3; M.A. 1597; B.D. 1604; D.D. i6og. Fellow, 
1534. Incorp. at Oxford, 1602. Ord. deacon and priest 
(I.mcoln) Nov. 14, 1602. R. of St Martin's, Ongar, Essex, 
1603. V. of Chigwell, Essex, 1605-6. R. of Nuthurst, Sussex, 
1606. Chancellor of Chichester, 1606; Archdeacon, 1608. 
V. of Cowfold and Cuckfield, Sussex, 1609. Preb. of South- 
well, 1609; of Ely, 1617; of Winchester, 1625. R. of Elm 
and Emneth, Cambs., 1615; and of Cheriton, Hants., 1622. 
Master of Jesus, 1618-32; resigned. Died 1635. Buried at 
Cheriton,Sept. II, 1635. Will proved (P.CC.) 1635. Brother 
of Lancelot (1571). (/«. Coll. Hist. 84; Al. Oxon.) 

ANDREWS, ROGER. B.A. 1626 (Incorp. from Oxford). B.A. 
(Trinity College, Oxford) 1625-6. Perhaps V. of Cocking, and 
R. of Nuthurst, Sussex, x66o. (Al.Oxon.) 

ANDREWS, SAMPSON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 24. 
1634. Of Lanes. Matric. 1634; B.A. from King's, 1637-8. 
as Andrew. 

ANDREWES, SAMPSON. Matric. pens, from Trinity, 1640; 
B.A. 1644-5; M.A. 1648. 

ANDREWS, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Caius, Apr. 16, i6ii, 
age 15. S. of Philip, a Fleming, deceased. School, Norwich. 
Matric. 1611; Scholar, 1612-8; B.A. 1614-5; M.A. 1618. 
Perhaps the 'godly and orthodox divine,' sequestered to 
Heme, Kent, June i, 1647. (Venn, 1. 211.) 

ANDREWS, SAMUEL. B.A. from St Catharine's, 1644 
(Incorp. from Oxford). S. of Nicholas, of Kingswood, Wilts. 
Matric. (Oxford) Dec. 8, 1637, age 16; B.A. 1641. R. of 
Southam, Warws., 1654. (Al. Oxon.) 

ANDREWS, SIMON. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Easter, 1652 ; 

B.A. 1655-6. 
ANDREWS, THOMAS. B.Civ.L. 1541-2. Three years at Oxford; 

four at Cambridge. S. and h. of Sir Thomas, Knt. Adm. at 

the Middle Temple, May ii, 1558. M.P. for Sudbury, 1563. 

Solicitor to the University, Dec. 16, 1578-81. Died at Bury 

St Edmunds, 1585. (Cooper, i. 510.) 
ANDREWES, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, 

Michs. 1582. 
ANDREWS, THOMAS. Of Christ's; Med. Lie. 1600. 
ANDREW or ANDREWS, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Corpus 

Christi, Easter, 1629. Of Leics. B.A. from Clare, 1632-3. 

ANDREWES, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Clare, Michs. 
1629; B.A. 1633-4; M.A. 1637. V. of N. Mimms, Herts., 
1645-48. V. of Wellingborough, Northants., 1648-62; 
ejected. (Caiamy, 11. 233; Urwick, Herts. 454.) 

ANDREWS or ANDREWE, THOMAS. B.A. 1633 (Incorp. from 

Oxford). S. of Richard, of Thorpe Underwood, Northants. 

Matric. Oxford, Nov. 4, i63i,age 17; B.A. 1633. Adm. at the 

Middle Temple, Dec. 13, 1632. (Al. Oxon.) 
ANDREWES, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 19, 

1652. Of Suffolk. B.A. 1657. 
ANDREWS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July i, 

1662. Of Staffs. One of these names M.P. for Higham 

Ferrers, Northants., 1689-98, and M.P. for Northampton, 

1700-1. 
ANDREWS, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 

1689; B.A. 1692-3; M.A. 1700. 
ANDREWES, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Trinity, May 5, 1704. 

S. of Thomas, of Chipping Norton, Oxford. School, Com- 

biook, Warws. Matric. 1704; B.A. 1708-9. 
ANDREWES, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 

Apr. 23, 1705. S. of .Simon, of London. School, St Paul's. 

Matric. 1706; Scholar, 1706; B.A. 1708-9; M.A. 1712. 

Fellow, 1711. Ord. deacon (London) June 15, 1712; priest 

(Ely) Dec. 20, 1713. 
ANDREWS, THOMAS. M.A. from King's, 1710. S.oflhomas, 

of Mitcheldean, Gloucs., clerk. Matric. (Christ Church, 

Oxford) Feb. 11, 1695-6, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1700-1. 

V. of Llanovcr, Monm. R. of Mitchel Troy, 1709. V. of 

Pebworth, Gloucester, 1715. V. of Elberton, Bristol, 1714. 

{Al. Oxon.; F. S. Hockaday.) 



Angell, William 

ANDREWS, TOWNSEND. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Clare, Feb. 8, 
1717-8. B. in London. Matric. 1719. M.P. for Hindon, 
Wilts., 1727; for Bossiney, Cornwall, 1734-7. Died 1737. 

ANDREWS, TOWNSHEND. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Feb. 
22, 1749-50. Only s. of Townsend (alwve), of Coulston, Wilts. 
Matric. 1750; Scholar, 1752 ; LL.B. 1756. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Dec. 17, 1755- Preb. of St Paul's, 1771. R. of 
St Cath. Coleman, 1774-181 1. V. of Ashwell, Herts., 1769- 
1811. Died Dec. 23, 1811. 

ANDREW, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 
1569. Oneof thesenamesadm.atGray'sInn,i572. Barrister, 
1582. Ancient, 1589. Perhaps Sheriff of Bucks. Knighted 
1608. (Foster, Gray's Inn.) 

ANDREW, W. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Lent, 1579-80. 

ANDREWS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Sidney, Oct. 1598. 
B. at Whittlesey Mere, Cambs. Matric. 1598; B.A. 1601-2; 
M.A. 1605. Ord. deacon and priest (Lincoln) Sept. 19, i6ci2. 
R. of Walton, Herts., 1611. 

ANDREWS, WILLIAM. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Trinity, 
Easter, 1606. S. and h. of Sir William, of Lathbury, Bucks., 
Knt.; adm. at Gray's Inn, June 17, 1607. Aged 25 in 1615. 
Of Lathbury. High Sheriff of Bucks., 1607. Knighted, 1618. 
Son Henry created Bart. Buried Aug. 20, 1657. (Lipscomb, 
IV. 198; Vis. of Bucks. 1634.) 

ANDREWES, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Apt. 2, 1619. 
Of London. S. of Nicholas, citizen of London, brother of 
Lancelot, Bishop of Winchester (1571) and Roger (1590). 
Matric. FeU.-Com. 1619; B.A. 1620-1; M.A. 1625. Ord. priest 
(Peterb.) June 4, 1626. R. of Nuthurst, Sussex, 1625-40. 
Died 1640. (A. Gray.) 

ANDREWS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, 
June 18, 1698. S. of William, of Bedford. B. Apr. 19, 1682. 
School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. 1699; Scholar, 1702; 
B.A. 1702-3; M.A. 1706. Chaplain of Trinity, 1706. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) Sept. 22, 1706. R. of Meesden Herts., 1720- 
50. V. of Barkway, 1727-50. Died, 1750. (But see Al. 
Oxon. for a contemporary.) 

ANDREWS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, 
Jan. 19, 1705-6. S.of John, gent. B. at Nottingham. School, 
Beighton, Derbs. Adm. pens. Mar. 28, 1706. 

ANDREWS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Feb. 6, 
1713-4. Of Notts. Ord. deacon (London) May 27, 1716. 
(Perhaps the above re-entered.) 

B.A. 1473-4; M.A. 1477. 

B.D. (incorp. from some foreign University) 

B.A. 1498-9; M.A. 1502 
Adm. Fell. -Com. at Trinity, 1606. 
. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 28, 1635. 
Of Middlesex. 

ANDREWS, . Adm. Fell. -Com. at Clare, Dec. 27, 1659. 

ANFORTH, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Aug. 8, 1587. 

ANGELL, see also AUNGEL. 

ANGELL, JOHN. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Jesus, Easter, 1608. 
One of these names, s. and h. of William, of London, adm. 
at the Middle Temple, Aug. 13, 1607. Perhaps of Crowhurst, 
Surrey. If so, M.P. for Rye, 1621, 1624. 'Supreme janitor' 
of Windsor Castle. Died, Oct. 23, 1670, aged 78. M.I. at 
Crowhurst. Father of William (1641). (Vis. of Surrey, 1662; 
Surrey Arch. Coll. iii. 45.) 

ANGEL, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at Trinity, June 29, 
1685. S. of Justinian. B. at 'Henham,' Middlesex. School, 
Camberwell. Matric. 1685. (Angell, of Crowhurst; Vis. of 
Surrey, 1662.) 

ANGELL, JOHN. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Jksus, Michs. 1619. 

ANGELL, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, July 4, 1717. 
S. of John, of Stockwell, London. School, Eton. Scholar, 
1718; B.A. 1720-1; M.A. 1724. Died Mar. 19, 1784. (Man- 
ning, Surrey, 111. 499; G. Mag.) 

ANGELL, ROBERT. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Jesus, Sept. 11, 1619. 
Of London. ' A citizen's son, of London, who himself became 
a citizen.* The father was probably a Turkey merchant. 
(A. Gray.) 

ANGELL, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, May 8, 1650. 
S.of John, of Crowhurst, Surrey, Esq. (1608). School, Cheam. 
Matric. 1650; Scholar, 1650-6; B.A. 1653-4; M.A. 1657; 
Med. Lie. 1661. Perhaps V. of St Issells, Pembs., 1678; and 
of Penally, 1685. Brother of the next. (Venn, 1. 378.) 

ANGELL, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Jesus, Oct. 2, 1641. 
Eldest s. of John, of Crowhurst, Surrey (1608J. Matric. 1641. 
Married Elizabeth, dau. and h. of Robert Gosson, of Bin- 
field, Berks. Died Dec. 7, i674, aged 54. Brother of the 
above and father of the next. (A. Gray.) 




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Angell, William 

ANGELL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 6, 1672, 
age 17. S. of William, of Crowhurst, Surrey, Esq., above. 
Matric. 1672. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Sept. 29, 1673. 
One of the same names, 's. of WUIiam; of London,' matric. 
at Oxford Julv 7, 1674, 'age 16.* {Al. Oxon.; Vis. of Surrey; 
1662.) 

ANGELUS, CHRISTOPHER. A native of the Peloponnesus. 
Persecuted by the Turkish governor of Athens. Escaped, 
and landed at Yarmouth, 1608. The Bishop of Norwich 
sent him to Trinity, Cambridge. Removed to Balliol, Oxford, 
i6io; where he studied and taught Greek. Author, classical. 
Died Feb. i, 1638. (D.N.B.) 

ANGENOW, PETER. M.A. 1629. Of France. 

ANGER, see also AUGER. 

ANGER, AMBROSE. Matric. pens, from Trinitv, Michs. 1613, 
scholar from Westminster. 2nd s. of Sir Francis. B. c. 1507. 
B.A. 1617-8; M.A. from Clare, 1621. Fellow of Clare. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) Aug. 15; priest, Aug. 16, 1624. Preb. 
of St Patrick's, Dublin, 1629; Treasurer, 1628-32; Chan- 
cellor, 1636-54. Died 1654. Father of Francis (1661). 
(Cotton, Fast. Hibern.) 

ANGER, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Caius, Michs. 1570, age 16. 
S. of John, of Foulden, Norfolk. Matric. sizar from Queens', 
Michs. 1571; B.A. 1574-5; M.A. 1578. 

AUNGER, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 
1584; B.A. 1588-9. Probably s. of Richard (1545). Resided 
in Cambridge. Will proved. Mar. 10, 1625. Brother of Francis 
(1574) and John (1583); father of the next. {Peile, i. 177; 
Cooper, II. 229.) 

ANGIER, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Trinitv, Easter, 
1622 ; scholarfrom Westminster. S. of Edward, of Cambridge, 
above. B.A. 1625-6; M.A. 1629. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Mar. 
9; priest. Mar. 10, 1627-8, as ' Amigier.' R. of Dry Drayton, 
Cambs.,1633. Buried there, Sept. 3, 1665. Father of Thomas 
(1648-9). {Cambs. Vis. 1619.) 

ANGIER, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1574; 
scholar from Westminster, 1573. S. of Richard, of Cam- 
bridge (1545). Bomc. 1562. Of Gray's Inn, 1577, specially 
admitted. Barrister, 1583. Knighted,i609. Master of the Rolls 
in Ireland, 1609. Baron Longford, 1624. M.P.forNewcastle- 
imder-Lyme, 1588, and for Haslemere, 1597. Died Oct. 8, 
1632. Buried in St Patrick's, Dublin. Brother of John 
(1583). {Cambs. Vis. i6ig; E. Anglian, vi. 45.) 

AUNGIER, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1622. 
Younger s. of Francis above. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1628. 
Will proved 1652. {E. Anglian, vi. 45.) 

AUNGE[R], FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 
1635. 

AUNGIER, FRANCIS. Adm. sizar at Clare, Oct. 30, 1658. Of 
Kilkenny, Ireland. Perhaps s. of Edward, of Dry Drayton 
(1622). R. of W. Peckham, Kent, 1667-88. 

ANGIER or AUNGIER, FRANCIS. Adm. peas, at Trinity, 
Nov. 6, 1661. School, Perse. Matric. X662; B.A. 1665-6; 
M.A. 1669. Ord. priest (Ely) Sept. 22, 1667. Incorp. at 
Oxford, 1674. G.E.C., and Al. Oxon. identify him with 
Viscount Longford. TTiis is impossible as the latter was 
already a peer in 1655. 

ANGIER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Feb. 22, 
1692-3. S. of Samuel. B. at Colchester, Essex. School, 
Kelvedon. Matric. 1693 ; B.A. 1696-7. Ord. deacon (London) 
June2i,i699; priest, Feb. 21, 1703-4. R. of Stanway, Essex, 
1704. 

ANGIER, JAMES. Adm. sizar at Queens', June 2, 1741. Of 
Essex. Matric. 1742; B.A. 1744-5. R- of Inworth, Essex, 
1746-52. Died 1752. 

.\UNGIER, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1583; 
scholar from Westminster; B.A. 1587-8; M.A. 1591; LL.D. 
1616. Fellow, 1589-1614. Taxor, 1607. Proctor, i6it>-i. 
Preb. of Peterborough, 1615. Died 1631; buried Aug. 17, 
in the cathedral. Will proved (V.C.C.) 1631. Probably s. of 
Richard, of Cambridge, and brother of Francis (1574). {Al. 
Westmon.; Cambs. Vts. 1619.) 

ANGIER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 10, 1622. 
Of Dedham, Essex. Bapt. Oct. 8, 1605. Matric. 1622; 
B.A. 1625-6. Episcopally ordained by Dr Bayley, Bishop 
of Bangor. Pastor of Ringley, Lanes., 1630; suspended, 1631. 
Pastor of Denton, Lanes., 1632-77. Imprisoned for opposition 
to Commonwealth. Author. Died Sept. 1, 1677, aged 72. 
Father of John (1647). {D.N.B.; Calamy, 11. 90.) 

ANGIER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (a^e 16) at Caius, July 3, 1634. 

S. of Edward, barrister. B. m Cambridge. School, Perse. 

Matric. 1634-5; Scholar, 1636-40; B.A. 1637. Ord. priest 

(Lincoln) Oct. 19, 1643. V. of Asheldham, Essex, 1659. C. 

of Woodham Mortimer, 1662. {Venn, i. 317.) 
ANGIER,JOHN. Adm. atEMMANUEL, July 24, 1647. S. of John, 

oiinister of Denton, Lanes. (1623). Bapt. at Boston, July 13, 



Anguish, Allen 

1629. School, Manchester. Matric. 1647. His conduct was 
so unsatisfactory that he had to make a confession of his 
errors before obtaining ordination in 1657. Went to Harvard, 
New England, and graduated there. Returned to England, 
1656. Ord. minister to Ringley Chapel, 1657. Afterwards 
conformed. V. of Deane, Lanes., 1662. Died 1673. (Mum- 
ford, Manch. Gr. Sch.; D.N.B.) 

ANGIER or ANGER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
June 15, 1649. S. of Edmund, clothier. B. at Stratford, near 
Dedham, Essex. School, Dedham. Matric. 1650; B.A. 
1652-3; M.A. 1657. R. of Peldon, Essex, 1674-89. R. of 
Inworth, 1678-89. Died 1689. 

AUNGIER, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Jesus, June 14, 1662. Of 
Cambs. Scholar from Ely School. Matric. 1662; B.A. 1665-6. 

ANGER, JOHN. Adm., apparently, at Christ's, Apr. 1673. 

ANGER, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1686. 

ANGIER or ANGER, JOHN. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, 
July II, 1696. Matric. 1696; B.A. 1698-9; M.A. 1711. Ord. 
priest (London) Feb. 21, 1702-3. R. of Inworth, Essex, 
1703-32. R. of Layer Mamey, 1711-32. Died 1732. Father 
of the next. 

ANGIER, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Clare, July i, 1723. S. of John 
(1696) B. at Inworth, Essex. Matric. 1723; B.A. 1726-7; 
M.A. 1732. Ord. deacon (London) Feb. 6, 1726-7; 'of Cath. 
Hall.' V. of Tillingham, Essex. R. of Inworth, 1732-44. 
Died 1746. 

AUNGIER, MILES. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 14, 1662. Of 
Ely, Cambs. School, Ely. Matric. 1662; Scholar, 1664; B.A. 
1666-7; M.A. 1670. Of Ely, gent. Died Nov. 11, 1706, aged 
62. M.I. in Ely Cathedral. 

AUNGIER or ANGER, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Pem- 
broke, Easter, 1545. S. of John. Original Fellow of Trinity, 
1546. B.A. from Trinity, 1547-8. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1551. 
Barrister, of Gray's Inn; afterwards reader, and treasurer. 
J. P. for County and town of Cambridge. Murdered in his 
chambers at Gray's Inn, Nov. 1597. Benefactor to Corpus 
Christi. Father of Francis (1574). {Cooper, 11. 229; Cambs. 
Vis. 1619; Stokes, Hist, of Corpus, 73.) 

AUNGER, ROBERT. B.A. 1478-9. 

ANGEIR, SAMUEL. Adm. at Jesus, Apr. 11, 1683. S. of 
Samuel, mercer. B. at Colchester. School, Colchester. 
Matric. 1683. Migrated (age 18) to St John's, Oct. 17, 1683. 
B.A. 1686-7; M.A. 1699. Ord. priest (London) Feb. 24, 
1688-9. R- of Layer Breton, Essex, 1688-9. R- of St Mary 
Woolnoth, London, 1689-1752. Died Mar. 12, 1751-2. Per- 
haps brother of George (1692-3). 

ANGAR, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1565. 

AUNGER or AWGER, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Caius, Oct. 6, 
1582, age 18. S. of Henry. B. at Peterborough. School, 
Bamack, Northants. Matric. 1582; B.A. 1585-6; M.A. 1589. 

ANGER, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Clare, c. 1591; B.A. 

{? 1594-5); M.A. 1598. 
ANGIER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Magdalene, Jan. 26, 

1648-9, agei4. S. of Edward (1622), of Dry Drayton, Cambs. 

School, Hertford. Matric. 1648-9; B.A. 1652-3; M.A. 1656. 

One of these names R. of Hazeleigh, Essex, 1663-74. V. of 

Little Wakering, 1712-9. Died 1719. 
ANGIER, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, 1676. 

Matric. 1676; B.A. 1679-80; M.A. 1683. Ord. deacon (Nor- 
wich) June 3, 1683; priest. May 25, 1684. Perhaps R. of 

Inworth, Essex, tiU 1702. 
AUNGER, WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 

1477. B.A. 1481-2; M.A. i486. 
AUNGER, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1568; 

B.A. 1573-4; M.A. 1577. Fellow, 1576. Will proved (V.C.C.) 

1589- 
ANGIER, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Peterhouse, 

May, 1663. Of Cambs. School, Ely. Matric. 1663; Scholar, 

1664; B.A. 1666-7. 

ANGER, . Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1548. 

ANGLESEY, Earl of; see ANNESLEY, ARTHUR. 

ANGLIONBY, see AGLIONBY. 

ANGOLD, STEPHEN. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 1582. 

V. of Roudham, Norfolk, 1589-1600. Died 1600. Licensed 

to teach grammar in the diocese, 1584; 'B.A.' 
ANGORE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Pembroke, 

June 2, 1694. S. of Richard, of 'Bamcosse,' Cornwall. 

Matric. 1695. 
ANGRON, PETER. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Michs. 

1581. 
ANGUISH, ALLEN. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1681. Of Nor- 
folk. 4 th s. of Edmund, of Moulton, Norfolk. 



3a 



Anguish, Edmund 

ANGUISH, EDMUND. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1653. Of 
Norfolk. Probably s. of Thomas of Moulton (1630-1). Under 
21 on Oct. 7, 1652; living Apr. 4, 1684. Married Alice, dau. 
of Sir Thomas Allin, Knt. and Bart. (Carthew, Hundred of 
Launditch, in. 319.) 

ANGUISH, EDMUND. Adm. at Corpus Christi. 1665. Of 
Norfolk. Probably s. and h. of John, of Gt Melton, Norfolk, 
Esq. (next); adm. at Lincota's Inn, Oct. 28, 1667. 

ANGUISH, JOHN. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Corpus Christi, 
Michs. 1629. Of Norfolk. S. of Edmund, of Gt Melton, 
Norfolk, Esq. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 18, 1631. Died 
Feb. 12, 1691-2, aged 79. M.I. at Melton. (Le Neve, Mon. v. 
131.) 

ANGUISH, RICHARD. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1599. Of 
Norwich. B.A. 1603-4; M.A. 1607; B.D. 1614. Fellow, 1606- 
16. Proctor, 1613-4. Died Sept. 23, 1616; buried at St Peter 
Mancrof t, Norwich. Brass there. Will printed in Masters. 

ANGUISH, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 
Michs. 1629; B.A. 1632; M.A. 1636. Ord. priest (Norwich) 
Sept. 24, 1637; C. of Starston. R. of Starston, Norfolk, 
1638. R. of Seaming, 1639-44. Dispens. for non -residence, 
1664. Died 1668. 

ANGUISH, RICHARD. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1634. Per- 
haps the above readmitted. (Masters.) 

ANGUISH (ALLIN), RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 15) at St 
John's, Apr. 30, 1685. S. of Edmund, Esq., of Moulton, 
Norfolk. B. in London. School, Yarmouth. Matric. 1685. 
Inherited Somerleyton, Suffolk, from his uncle, and assumed 
his name of Allin. Created Bart., 1699. M.P. for Dunwich, 
1709. Died Oct. 19, 1725. Father of Ashurst Allen (1739). 

ANGUISH. THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Easter, 
1578; B.A. 1581-2, as Angus. 

ANGUISH, THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Com.atCAius,Feb. i, 1630-1, 
age 17. S. of Richard, gent., deceased. B. at Moulton, 
Norfolk. School, Aylsham. Matric. 1631. Adm. at Gray's 
Inn, Aug. 5, 1632. Of Moulton, Esq. Will proved (P.C.C.) 
1653. (Venn, 1. 296.) 

ANGUISH, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age i6)atCAius, July4, 1716. 
S. of Edmund, attorney, of Moulton, Norfolk. B. at Somer- 
leyton, Suffolk. School, Bishop's Stortford. Matric. 1716; 
Scholar, 1716-22; B.A. 1719-20; M.A. 1723. Fellow, 1722- 
23. Ord. priest (Norwich) Dec. 22, 1723, as C. of Barsham, 
Suffolk. R.of Halesworth, 1724-36; and of Weston, 1727-36. 
V. of St Nicholas, Deptford, 1737-63. Died Apr. 24, 1763. 
Author, Sermons. Father of the next. (Venn, 11. 6.) 

ANGUISH, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Apr. 1, 
1742. S. ofThomas(i7i6),V. of Deptford, Kent,above. B.at 
Beccles, Suffolk. Schools, Worlingham (private) and Bury. 
Matric. 1742; Scholar, 1742-6; B.A. 1745-6. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 22, 1746-7. Accotutant-General and 
Master in Chancery, 1763. F.R.S.1766. F.S. A. Died Dec. 31, 
1785- (Venn, 11. 51.) 

ANGWOOD or ANWOOD, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from 
Queens', c. 1596. Of Cambs. B.A. 1599-1600; M.A. 1603. 

ANICOE, PETER. Adm. sizar at Clare, Dec. 28, 1655. Matric. 
1656. 

ANLABYorHANDLABYE, EDMUND. B.A. 1516-7; M.A. 1520; 
B.D. 1.S47. Fellow of Clare in 1549. R. of Gt Gransden, 
Hunts., 1552-4. V. of Duxford St John, Cambs., 1553. R.of 
Wistow, Hunts., 1554-9. V. of Brington, 1556-9. Willproved 
(V.C.C.) 1559. (W. M. Noble.) 

ANLABY, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1584. 

ANLEBY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 3, 1655. 
Matric. 1656. S. and h. of John, of Etton, Hull, Yorks. 
Adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 28, 1656-7. Aged 28, in 1666. 
Married Susan, dau. of Dr Wm. Parker, of Margate. Will 
proved at York, 1679- (Anlaby of Etton, in Vis. of Yorks. 
1666.) 

ANLABY, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from St John's as Han- 
libye, Michs. 1567. Probably 2nd s. of John. B. at Etton, 
Yorks. B.A. 1571-2. Converted to Romanism by Dr Allen 
at Douay. Ord. priest (Cambray) 1577. After serving as a 
priest in England, mostly in Yorkshire, he was condemned, 
and hanged at York, July 4, 1597. (Cooper, 11. 225, D.N.B.) 

ANNAND, WILLIAM. M.A. 1659 (Incorp. from Oxford). S. of 
William, a minister. B. at Ayr, 1633. Student at King's 
College, Aberdeen, 1642 6;M.A.there. Matric. (Oxford) 1652; 
B.A. 1655-6; M.A. 1658. D.D. (St Andrews) 1685. Preacher 
at We»ton-on-the-Green, Oxon., 1656. V. of Leighton 
Buzzard, 1656. Instituted to Tolbooth Church, Edinburgh, 
1663. Dean of Edinburgh, 1676-89. Died June 13, 1689. 
Author of religious works. (D.N.B.; Al. Oxon.; Mtsc. Gen. 
et Heraid. iii. 2S2.) 

ANNESLEY, ARTHUR. Adm. at Maodalrne, Feb. 4, 1696-7. 
S. of James, Earl of Anglesey. Matric. 1697-8; M.A. 1699. 
Fellow, 1700. Succeeded as stb Earl, 1710. High Steward 

V. A. C. 33 



Ansell, Reginald 

of the University, 1722-37. M.F. for the University, 1702, 
1705,1708-10. Benefactor to Magdalene. Lord Lieut, of Co. 
Wexford, 1727. Died s.p. Apr. i, 1737. Buried at Fam- 
borough, Hants. (G.E.C.) 

ANNESLEY, FRANCIS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', June 20, 
1644. S. of Francis, Viscount Valentia. B. Jan. 23, 1628. 
Of Clogmaghericatt, Co. Down. Married, Dec. 29, 1662, 
Deborah, dau. of Henry Jones, D.D., Bishop of Meath, 
widow of J. Boundler. (Baker, i. 503; Lodge, v. 299.) 

ANNESLEY, FRANCIS. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, May 21, 
1719- S. of Francis, Viscount Valentia andf Baron Mount- 
norris. M.A. 1719. R. of Winwick, Lanes. Died May i, 
1740. (Lodge, V. 299.) 

ANNESLEY JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Mar. 4. 
1666-7. 

ANESLEY, MARK. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 9, 1720. 
S. of William. B. at Gallow Hill, Northumberland. Bapt. at 
Bolam, Mar. 31, 1702. School, Morpeth. Scholar, 1721. His 
Tutor was his uncle, Ralph Ainsley. Ran through his estates, 
which were sold in 1750. J. P. for Northumberland. Buried 
at Bolam, Oct. 10, 1749. (Peile, 11. 198; H. M. Wood.) 

ANNESLEY, MARTIN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 
May 20, 1710; adm. Fell.-Com. next day. S. of Francis, 
of Ireland. B. in Dublin. School, Eton. Matric. 1719; B.A. 
1722-3; M.A. 1726; D.D. 1744. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
June 5; priest, July 10, 1726. V. of Bucklebuiy, Berks., 
1726-47. R. of Frilsham, 1730. Chaplain to the Earl of 
Abingdon. Preb. of Salisbury, 1744-9- Died 1749. (Scott- 
Mayor, III. 324; Lodge, V. 299.) 

ANSLEY, PHILIP. Matric. pens, from St John's, Lent, 1563-4. 

ANSLEY, RALPH, see AINSLEY. 

ANNESLEY, RICHARD. Incorp. B.D. 1678, from Magdalen 
College, Oxford. S. of Arthur, Earl of Anglesey. Matric. 
at Oxford, Sept. 15, 1669, age 14; M.A. (Oxford) 1670-1; 
B.D. 1677; D.D. 1689. Preb. of Westminster, 1679. Preb. of 
Exeter, 1681. Deanof Exeter, 1681. V.of ColytonRawleigh, 
D«von, 1689. Succeeded as 3rd Baron Altham, c. 1700. 
Died Nov. 19, 1701. (Al. Oxon.; G.E.C.) 

ANESLEY, ROBERT. Fellow of Peterhouse, tiU 1380. 

ANNESLEY, . Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Jan. 2, 

1671-2. 

ANNIS, EDMUND. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, July 14, 1674. 
Migrated (age i8) to St John's, Oct. 16, 1677. S. of Edmund, 
deceased. B. at Oakington, Cambs. School, King's, Cam- 
bridge. Matric. 1675; B.A. 1678-9. V. of Yaxley, Hunts., 
1687-1705. Died 1705. 

ANNIS, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Pembroke, Nov. 2, 
1632. S. of Richard. B. at Thaxted, Essex. Matric. 1633; 
B.A. 1636-7. 

ANNIS, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Nov. i, 1656. 
Of Cambs. Matric. 1656; B.A. 1660-1; M.A. 1664. Ord. 
priest (Ely) Sept. 20, 1662. 

ANNIS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 1648. 
Of Cambs. Matric. Easter, 1650. Buried at Landbeach, 
Oct. 13, 1650. 

ANSHAM, see also AGMONDESHAM. 

ANSHAM or AWNSHAM, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from 
Christ's, Easter, 1612. S. of Richard, V. of Buntingford, 
Herts, (see Agmondesham). B.A. 1615-6, as Ansam; M.A. 
1619. Ord. priest (London) Dec. 1620. R. of Cranford, 
Middlesex. R. of Hopesay, Salop, 1623-46, sequestered; 
restored, 1660. Died 1675. (PrtV*, i. 288; A. B. Beavan.) 

ANSAM or AGMONDESHAM, WILLIAM. Matric. FeU.-Com. 
from King's, c. 1595. 

ANSAM, (jun.). Adm. Fell.-Com. at King's, Lent, 1596-7. 

ANSELL, see also ANCELL. 

ANSELL, JOHN. B.A. 1487-8. 

ANSELL, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Sidney, May 9, 1663. 
Only s. of Reginald (1616), R. of Stowting, Kent (Family 
living). B. there. Schools, Wye, Kent, Westminster and 
Canterbury. Matric. 1663; B.A. 1666-7; M.A. 1670. Signs 
for deacon's orders (London) Sept. 18, 1669. Ord. priest, 
Sept. 22, 1672. R. of Brooke, Kent, 1672-1707. R- of 
Stowting, Kent, 1679-1725. Died 1725. 

ANSELL, MATTHEW. Matric. pens from Clare, Easter, 1385; 
B.A. 1588-9; M.A. 1592. 

ANSELL, NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Easter, 1624. 
Matric. 1624. S. of Thomas, of Ickleford, Herts., gent.; 
adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 2, 1625-6. Buried Feb. 3, 1667-8, 
at Ickleford. (Clutterbuck. in. 57.) 

ANSELL, OLIVER. Matric. pens, from Jssus, Easter, 1585. 

ANSELL, REGINALD. Adm. pens, at Sidney, May 2, x6i6. 
B. in Kent. Matric. 1616; B.A. 1619-20; M.A. 1623. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) Apr. 6, 1623. R. of Stowting, Kent, till 
1679. Fatherof John (1663). Died 1679. 



Ansell, Richard 

ANSELL, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 

Apr. 27, 1631. S. of Thomas, of Ickleford, Herts. B. there. 

School, Almshoe, St Ippolyts (private). Matric. 1631; B.A. 

1634 5; M.A. 1638. 
ANSELL, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1585. 

One of these names, of Gt Barford, Beds., adm. at the Inner 

Temple, Nov. 1587. {Vis. of Beds.) 
ANSELL, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Michs. 1618, as 

'John.' B. at Barford, Beds. B.A. 1621-2; M.A. 1625; 

B.D. 1631-2 (on King's visit) ; D.D. 1661 (Lit. Reg.). FeUow, 

1625-44. R- of Guilden Morden, Cambs., 1638-44; ejected. 

Died at Bury, Sufiolk, Jan. 23, 1673-4. (A. Gray.) 
ANSELL, THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Jesus, Sept. 18, 1706. 

Of Ickleford, Herte. Matric. 1707. S. of Thomas. Bapt. 

1690. Married Mary Fleetwood, 1715. Buried Jan. 7, 1725-6. 
ANSELL, THOMAS. Adm. Scholar at Trinity Hall, Feb. 28, 

1738-9. Of Brentford, Middlesex. Matric. 1739; LL.B. 1744. 

FeUow, 1747-66. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 13, 1738, as 

2nd s. of John, of New Brentford, apothecary. 
ANSELL, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Easter, 1588; 

B.A. 1590-1. 
ANSELL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 28, 1705. 

S. of , of Kent, clerk (doubtless John, R. of Stowting, 

above). Matric. 1705; B.A. 1709-10. 
ANSEWORT. ROBERT. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 

1615. 
ANSON, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1552. 

ANSTELE, . Adm. at Pembroke, 1579. 

ANSTY, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 

June 25, 1696. S. of William. B. at Blewbury, Berks. 

School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. 1696; B.A. 1699-1700; 

M.A. 1703; B.D. 1710; D.D. 1715. Fellow, 1701-7. Ord. 

priest (London) May 31, 1702. Lived at Anstey Hall, 

Trumpington, Cambs. Died there, Jan. 19, 1751. V. of 

Lawford, Essex, 1702. R. of Brinkley, Cambs., 1716-51. 

Father of Christopher (1742). 
ANSTEY, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 

Mar. 26, 1728. S. of James, gent., of Berks. B. near Wantage. 

School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1728; B.A. 1731-2; M.A. 1735; 

B.D. 1743. Fellow 1735-54. Ord. deacon (Ely) Mar. 5, 

1731-2; priest, June 29, 1734. R. of Holme, Spalding Moor, 

Lines., 1753-84. R. of Armthorpe, 1768-84. Preb. of 

Lincoln, 1772. Died June 17, 1784. Brother of Thomas 

(1730) and James (1731). 
ANSTEY, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 

Eton, 1742. S. of Christopher, D.D. (1696). B.Oct. 31, 1724. 

Matric. 1743; B.A. 1746-7 (he was refused the M.A.). 

Fellow, 1745 till 1754, when he succeeded to the family 

estates. Author of the New Bath Guide, etc. Married, 1756, 

Ann, dau. of Felix Calvert, of Albiury Hall, Herts. Owner 

of Anstey Hall, Trumpington. Resided at Bath, 1770-1805. 

Died 1805. Buried in Walcot Church, Bath. {D.N.B.; 

Hist. King's, 211.) 
ANSTEY, JAMES. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1731. 

S. of James. B. at W. Lockinge, Berks., May, 1714. Matric. 

1732; B.A. i73,S-6; M.A. 1739. Fellow, 1735. Chaplain to 

the Earl of Orford. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 24, 1738; 

priest (Norwich) May, 1741. Afterwards became insane. 

Died July, 1742. Brother of Christopher (1728) and James 
(1731)- 
ANSTY, JOHN. Scholar at King's Hall, 1440-4. One of these 

names M.P. for Cambridge County, 1450; another, in 1467. 

ANSTEY, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, Aug. 24, 
1629, age 15. Of Lambeth, Surrey. Matric. 1629; B.A. 
1633-4; M.A. 1637; D.D. 1664. Fellow, 1632-48 (ejected). 
C. of Fen Ditton, Cambs., 1638. R. of Sampford Courtenay, 
Devon. Brother of Stephen (1636). 

ANSTEY, STEPHEN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 25, 1636, age 17. 01 Horsham, Sussex. Matric. 1637; 
B.A. 1640-1; M.A. 1644. Fellow, 1639-45 (? ejected). 
Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Dec. 18, 1641; priest (Lincoln) Dec. 8, 
1642. Died in London Nov. 1650. Brother of John (1629). 

ANSTEY, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age i8) at St John's, Mar. 30, 
1730. S. of James, gent., of Berks. School, Sedbergh. 
Matric. 1730; B.A. 1733-4. Buried at All Saints', Cambridge, 
Aug. 17, 1734. Brother of Christopher (1728). 

ANSTRUTHER, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 
1623. Of Scotland. 

ANSTWICK, . B.Can.L. 1479-80. 

ANTHILL, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June ir, 165 1. 
Of Sufiolk. Matric. 1651; B.A. 1654-5; M-A. 1658. Incorp. 
at Oxford, 1658. R. of Hitcham, Sufiolk, 1660. 

ANTHILL, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 16, 1658, 
Of Suffolk. This, or the next, buried at St Andrew's, Cam- 
bridge, Aug. 21, 1662. 



Anton, Robert 

ANTHILL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 5, 1659. 
Of Sufiolk. Matric. 1660. 

ANTILL, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Jesus, June 6, 1677. B. at 
Richmond, Surrey. Matric. 1679-80; B.A. 1680-1; Scholar, 
1682. 

ANTILL, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, July 6, 
1695. S. of John, husbandman. B. at Whatton, Leics. 
School, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Migrated to Christ's, July 3, 1 700. 
Matric. Easter, 1701; Scholar there. LL.B. 1709. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) May 23, 1703. V. of Shepshed, Leics., 
1703. R. of Lambley, Notts., till 1714. Died Aug. 17, 
1713-4. M.I. at Shepshed. {Peile,u. x 48; Nichols, ni. 1021.) 

ANTHOM, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1550; 
imputes. 

ANTHONY, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Jesus, May 8, 1620. 
Matric. 1620; B.A. 1623-4; M.A. 1627. Incorp. at Oxford, 
1624. Bom 1600. Ord. deacon and priest (Down and 
Connor) Sept. 16, 1636. V. of Catterick., Yorks., 1662-85. 
Buried Jime 25, 1685. M.I. at Catterick. 

ANTHONY, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 
1645. Migrated to Oxford c. 1648. B.A. from Magdalen 
Hail, Oct. 17, 1648; M.A. from Corpus Christi, May 31, 
1651. {Al.Oxon.) 

ANTHONY, FRANCIS. M.D. from Pembroke, 1608: '12 years 
from M.A.,' so he probably graduated B.A. 1592-3; and 
M.A. 1596; when the records are mostly missing. He is 
presumably the ' empiric ' who had such a long struggle with 
the College of Physicians. S. of a goldsmith of London. 
According to the D.N.B. he was bom in 1550, and graduated 
M.A. in 1574 — ^this last must be a mistake. Best known by 
his invention of the aurum potabile. Died May 26, 1623. 
Buried in St Bartholomew the Great. Father of John (1608). 
{D.N.B. ; Vis. of Beds. 1634.) 

ANTHONIE, GEORGE. Matric. sizar from St Catharine's, Lent, 

1588-9; B.A. 1590-1. 
ANTHONY, JOHN. ' Learned his grammar at Cambridge.' Age 

24. Of Brinkley. Ord. deacon (Ely) Mar. 1561-2. 

ANTHONY, JOHN. Matric. sizar from King's, Michs. 1576. 

One of these names R. ot Ashley, Cambs., and V. of Silverley, 

1581- 
ANTHONY, JOHN. B.A. from Magdalene, 1599-1600. 
ANTHONY, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Easter, 

1608. S. of Francis (above). M.B. 1613; (? M.A. 1612); M.D. 

1618-9. Licentiate R.C.P. 1625. Practised in London. 

Died Apr. 28, 1655, aged 70. Author, medical and religious. 

Buried in St Bartholomew the Great. Will (P.C.C). Father 

of Samuel (1634). {Munk, i. 185; D.N.B.; Vis. of Beds. 

1634.) 
ANTHONY, MARK. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Pembroke, May 2, 

1673. S of John, of Exeter, mercer. Matric. 1673; B.A. 

1676-7; M.A. 1680. Fellow, 1678-94. Junior Proctor, 1692. 

R. of FramUngham, Suffolk, 1694-1703. C. of Harlton, 

Cambs., 1685-1703. Died 1703. 
ANTHONY, NICHOLAS. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Michs. 

1565. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Aug. 15, i573. C. of Threcking- 

ham. Lines., in 1580. 
ANTHONY, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 

Sept. 22, 1634. S. of John, M.D. of London (1608). B. at 

Ipswich. School, St Paul's. Matric. 1634; B.A. 1638-9. 

ANTHONY, . M.A. 1468-9. 

ANTHONY, . D.D. 1478. Franciscan friar. 

ANTON, GEORGE. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1566. 

S. of Thomas (1529). B. at Stratfieldsaye, Hants., c. 1550. 

Matric. 1566; B.A. 1570-1; M.A. 1574. Fellow, 1569-75. Adm. 

at Lincoin's Inn, Mar. 5, 1574-5. Recorder of Lincoln, 1587. 

M.P. for Lincoln, 1588, 1593, 1601. Author, Parliamentary 

Journal, 1592. Brother of Thomas (1561) and father of 

James (1615). {Cooper, 11. 322; Lines. Pedigrees.) 

ANTON, J AMES. Matric. Fell.-Com. from King's, Lent, 1593-4; 
B.A. 1596-7. Migrated to Clare. Buried at St Edward's, 
Cambridge, Apr. 8, 1600. 

ANTON, J AMES. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1615. S. 
of George(i566). B.atljncoln, June24,i6oo. Matric. Easter, 
1616. Fellow. Died before graduation, 1619; buried in the 
College chapel. 

ANTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Magdalene, May 15, 
1662. S. of John, gent., of Croft, Lines. School, Alford, 
Lines. Matric. 1662; B.A. 1665-6; M.A. 1670. 

ANTON or ANTHONY, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Magda- 
lene, Easter, 1606. Said to have been a son of George, 
Recorder of Lincoln. B. in St Leonard's, Foster Lane, 
London. B.A. 1609, as 'Anthony.' Ord. deacon (London) 
Dec. 23, 1610, age 25; priest (Gloucester) May 31, 1618. 
C. of Shalford, Surrey, 1616. Poetical author. (D.N^.) 



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Anton, Thomas 

AKTON, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 

Aug. i6, 1529, age x6. B. at Strathfieldsaye, Hants. B.A. 

> 533-4- Fellow, 1532-5. Father of George (1566) and 

TlKxnas (1561). 
ANTON, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 

Sept. 29, 1561, age 16. Of Strathfieldsaye. S. of Thomas. 

Studied the law in New Inn. Knighted. Slain in Ireland. 

Brother of George (1566). (Harwood; Lines. Pedigrees.) 

ANTONIIS, DE, PETER. M.A. 1624- 

ANTONINUS, LUSITANUS. Franciscan friar. B.D. 1525-6. 
Studied also at Salamanca. 

ANTRUM or ANTRIM, BENJAMIN. Adm. at Emmanuel, 
Mar. 26, 1673. S. of William, of Salisbury. Matric. at Hart 
Hall, Oxford, Mar. 4, 1670-1, age 18. 

ANTRAM, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Apr. 29, 1708. 
Matric. at Hart Hall, Oxford, May 18, 1694; cler. fit. B.A 
(Wadham, Oxford) 1697-8; M.A. (Cambridge) 1708. V. of 
Kimbolton, Hunts, 1702-16. V. of Swineshead, Hunts, (since 
Beds.), 1708-16. Buried Mar. 25, 1716. (Al. Oxon.) 

ANTROBUS, BURGESS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Feb. 28, 1705-6. S. of George, schoolmaster, of Tamworth, 
Staffs., next. School, Tamworth. Matric. 1706; Scholar, 
1707; B.A. 1709-10; M.A. 1713. 

ANTROBUS, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 26, 1660. 
Of Cheshire. S. of Richard, of Clifford's Inn. M.A. 1660. 
Matric. at Brasenose College, Oxford, Oct. 29, 1657; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1657. Master of Tamworth Grammar School. 
Ord. deacon and priest (Norwich) Sept. 21, 1661. 'Of 
Clifford's Inn, aged 30, licensed Jan. 27, 1661-2, to marry 
Catharine Bramston, of St Bride's, London ' : — according to 
J. Foster. Father-in-law of Wm. Whiston. (Al. Oxon.; 

A. Gray.) 

ANTROBUS, GEORGE. Adm. sizar at Clare, Aug. 11, 1698. 

B. at Tamworth, Staffs. S. of George, above. Matric. 1700; 
B.A. 1702-3; M.A. 1706. Incorp. at Oxford, 1709. V. of 
Kingsbury, Warws. 1706. V. of Tamworth, 1710. Buried 
there, Aug. 4, 1742. One of these names, M.A. (afterwards 
D.D.) was preb. of Elphin, 1722. Died 1760. Buried at St 
Peter's, Dublin. (C. Palmer, Tamworth; Cotton, Fast. 
Hibem.) 

ANTROBUS, JOHN. Matric. Fell. -Com. from Pembroke, Easter, 
1604. 

ANTERBUS, RALPH. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, 
.Michs. 1566. V. of Trimdon, Durham, 1578-9. 

ANTROBUS, ROBERT. M.A. 1635 (Incorp. from Oxford). 
Of Kent. S. of Richard (of Clifford's Inn), of St Stephen, 
Hereford. Matric. (Oxford), Jan. 28, 1630-1, age 20; B.A. 
1630-1; M.A. 1635. Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, 
1633-9. V. of Pembury, Kent, 1642. P.C. of Bromley, 1640- 
6-. V. of Leigh, 1646. Died 1657. Buried at Leigh. (Al. 
Oxon.) 

ANTROBUS, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. 12, 
1697. Of Middlesex. S. of William, citizen and scrivener, 
of London. Bapt. at St Michael's, Comhill, July 8, 1679. 
School, Eton; colleger there. Matric. 1697; Scholar, 1697; 
B.A. 1701-2 (2nd in Tripos); M.A. 1705. Fellow, 1705. Asst. 
master at Eton for 30 years. Benefactor. V. of Bumham 
cum Boveney, Bucks. His nephew, the poet Thomas Gray, 
was placed under his care at Bumham. Died Jan 20, 1729- 
30. M.I. at Bumham. (T. A. Walker, 200.) 

ANTROBUS, WILLIAM. B.A. from Trinity, 1597-8. 

ANTROBUS, WILLIAM. King's, a scholar from Eton, 1709. 
S. of William, citizen and scrivener, of London. Bapt. at 
St Michael's, Comhill, 1688. Matric. Easter, 1710; B.A. 1714; 
M.A. 1717. Fellow, 1713. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 19, 
1714; priest, Dec. 18, 1715. Assistant master at Eton, where 
he was tutor to bis nephew, the poet Gray. R. of Everdon, 
Northants., 1726-42. Died May 22, 1742. M.I. 

ANWILL, EVANS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Sr John's, June 23, 
1634. S. of Maurice, gent., of Trawsfynydd, Meiioneths. 
School, St Asaph (private). Matric. 1634. 

ANWILL, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, Apr. 27, 
1 68 1. S. of Lewis, gent. B. at C«Trig-y-Dniidion, Denbigh. 
School, Nortbop, FlinU. Matric. 1681; B.A. 1684-5. 

ANYON, WILLIAM. M.Gram. 1506-7. 

APPERLY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 
May 19, 16^0. S. of Antony, gent. B. at Little Hereford, 
Hereford. &:hool, Little Hereford (private). Matric. 1600; 
B.A. 1693-4; M.A. 1607; M.D. 1704. Fellow 1696-9. Author 
of medical works. Died 1735. 

APPLEBY, AMBROSE. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 
1 63 1. Of Yorks. Probably s. of Ambrose, of Lartington. 
B.A. 1633-4; M.A. 1637; B.D. 1661 (Lit. Reg.); D.D. i666(do.). 



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Appleton, Robert 

Fellow, 1634-44 (ejected) and 1661-7 (died). C. of Stretham, 
Cambs., 1633. V. of Oakington, 1663. V. of St Botolph, 
Cambridge, 1662-7. WUl (V.C.C.) 1667. 

APPLEBY, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. sizar from Christ's, 
Easter, 1603. S. of Thomas, of Romaldkirk, Vorks. B.A. 
1606-7. Died young, at Cambridge. (Hutchinson, Durham, 
III. 5; Vis. of Yorks. 1612.) 

APPLEBY, FRANCIS. Matric. sizar from Emmanuel, Easter, 
1607; Scholar; B..^. 1610-1. Perhaps s. of Thomas, of Ro- 
maldkirk, Vorks. StudentofGray's Inn, 1610. MarriedMary 
Inlegby, of Ripley, Vorks. Died Mar. 29, 7647, aged 58. 
M.I. at Romaldkirk. ^Vis. of Yorks. 1612; The Genealogist, 
N.S. XXXV. 177.) 

APPLEBEE, GEORGE. M.A. from St Catharine's, 1757. S. of 
Charles, of St Bride's, London. Matric. (St John's, Oxford) 
Dec. 3, 1741, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1745. V. of Worminghall, 
Bucks., 1754-83. C. of St Bride's, Fleet St. Died at Islington, 
July 29, 1783. (Al. Oxon.; G. Mag.) 

APPLEBY, JOHN. FeUow of Pembroke, 1367. V. of Tilney, 
Norfolk, 1372. Probably V. of W. Drayton, Middlesex; R. of 
Pebmarsh, Essex ; R. of St Mary Magdalene, Fish St, London, 
1412. Died 1413. (Hennessy.) 

APPLEBY, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1568. 

APPLEBY, NICHOLAS. B.A. (probably of Christ's). V. of 
Gateley, Norfolk, 1530-54. R. of Stanton AUSaints, Suffolk, 
1542. Perhaps R. of Colton, Norfolk, 1554; and of Barford, 
1554-91- (Pf*^, '- 20-) 

APPLEBY, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 
1554 (imputes). 

APPLEBY, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1634; 
B.A. 1637-8; M.A. 1641; B.D. 1661. Fellow, 1640-4; ejected. 
V. of Quarington, Lines., 1646-84. Died Mar. 6, 1683-4. 

APPYLBY, WILLIAM, M.A. R. of Rettendon, Essex, 1477. 

APPIEDON, ROBERT. Student of Emmanuel. Ord. priest 

(London), May 21, 1676. 
APPLEFORD, CHARLES. Matric. pens, from Queens, Easter, 

1637. Of Hants. B.A. 1640-1. Fellow, 1642. Probably R. 

of Chilbolton, Hants., 1660. 
APLEFORD, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, 

Feb. 22, 1667-8. S. of Edward, gent., of Winchester. B. 

there. School, Winchester. Matric. 1667-8; B.A. 1671-2; 

M.A. 1675; B.D. 1682. FcUow, 1674-1701. R. of Went- 

worth, Cambs., 1684. Non -juror. 
APPLEGARTH, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (a^e 18) at Caius, May 

1, 1600. S. of Humphrey, gent. B. in London. School, 

Winchester. Scholar, 1600-7; B.A. 1603-4; M.A. 1607. 

R. of Kimpton (? Hants.), 1617. 
APPLEGARTH, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Magdalene, June 11, 

1673. S. of William, of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland. 

School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1673. 
APPLEGARTH, . B.A. 1470-1. 

APPLETON, HENRY. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Peterhouse, 
Easter, 1610. B. c. 1598. Of Jarvis Hall, S. Bentley, Essex, 
Bart. Succeeded his father. Sir Roger, 1613. Knighted 164^. 
Distinguished royalist. Served at Colchester, 1648. Died in 
poverty. Buried at Baddow. Admon. Nov. 16, 1649. Gr. 
father of the next. (G.E.C. 1. 72; Km. of Essex, 1612.) 

APPLETON, HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', Feb. 25, 
1668-9. Of Essex. S. of Sir Henry. Matric. 1669. Of Jarvis 
Hall, S. Bentley. Succeeded as Bart. 1670. Died Feb. 
1678-9. Gr. son of above. (G.E.C. i. 73.) 

APPLETON, ISAAC. M.A. 1635-6 (L«<.i?^g.). Probably of LitUe 
Waldingfield, Suffolk, Esq. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 8, 
1630; s. of Sir Isaac, Knt. Of Holbrooke Hall, Suffolk. M.P. 
for Sudbury, 1661. Died 166 r. 

APPILTON, JOHN. Scholar at King's Hall, 1405. Resigned 
1430. Inceptor in Law. 

APPLETON, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, Feb. 25, 
1706-7. S. of John, husbandman. B. at Holt, Denbighshire. 
School, Wrexham. Matric. 1707. 

APPLETON, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, July y, 
1744. S. of John, clerk, of Salop. B. at Wera. School, Wem. 
Matric. 1745; B-A. 1748-9- 

APPLETON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 8, 
1635. Of Suffolk. Probably s. and h. of John, of Chilton, 
Suffolk, deceased. Matric. 1637. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 
13, 1638. Barrister, 1646. Of Preston, Suffolk, Esq. (Suff. 
Man. Fam. i. 329; Vis. of Suff. 1664.) 

APPLETON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age i6) at Peterhouse, 
Apr. 13, 1680. Of Vorks. School, Pocklington. Scholar, 
1680; Matric. 1681; B.A. 1683-4. Ord. deacon (Durham) 
1691. V. of Hayton, 1691. Buried Apr. 2, 1720. (H. G. 
Harrison.) 

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Appleton, Roger 

APLETON, ROGER. Matric. Fell.-Com. from St John's, 
Michs. 1583. S. and h. of Henry, of Benfleet, Essex. Adm. 
at the Middle Temple, Feb. 10, 1584. Succeeded at Benfleet, 
1606. Sheriff of Essex, 1608-9. Created Bart. 161 1. Father 
of Henry (1610). Married Anne, dau. of Sir Thomas Mildmay, 
(A Monlsham, Essex. Buried at South Benfleet, Jan.- 16, 
1612-3. [G.E.C. I. 73; Vis. of Essex, 1612.) 

APPLETON, THOMAS. Of Norwich diocese. B.A. 1491. 
Fellow of Peterhouse, 1494; M.A. 1495-6; B.D. 1504-5. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1496-7; priest (Ely) Sept. 23, 1497- 
R. of Alpheton, Suffolk, 1498-1504. R. of Lavenham, i497- 
1508. Will proved (V.C.C.) 1508. 

APPLETON, THOMAS. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Peterhouse, 
Easter, 1610; B.A. 1612-3. Brother of Sir Henry (1610), of 
South Benfleet, Essex, Bart, Adm. at Gray's Inn, June 21, 
1613. 

APPLETON, WILLIAM. FeUow of Pembroke, c. 1350-60. 

APPLETON, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Caius, Feb. 16, 

1566-7, age 16. S. of Roger, Esq. B. at Dartford, Kent. 

School, Hadleigh, Suffolk. Migrated to Trinity. Matric. 

thence, 1567. Of KetUebaston HaU, Suffolk, Esq. (Venn, 

I. 59; Vis. of Essex, 1612.) 
APPLETON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', Feb. 25, 

1668-9. Of Essex. Probably 2nd s. of Sir Henry, of Gt 

Baddow, Essex, Knt. Matric. 1669. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 

Nov. 16, 1671. 
APPLETON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', Jan. 29, 

1675-6; Fell.-Com. Apr. 1676. Of Middlesex. S. of Sir 

William, of S. Benfleet. Died Apr. 28, 1685, aged 28. (Burke, 

Ext. Bart.) 
APPLEWHAITE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Caius, Sept. 20, 1625, 

age 17. S. of John, of Stoke Ash, Suffolk, gent. Matric. 1626; 

Scholar, 1627-8. Adm. at Gray's Inn, July 9, 1633. Of 

Stoke Ash, Esq. Died c. 1679. {Venn, i. 273) 

APPLEWHAITE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 1654- 

Matric. Easter, 1655. Of Suffolk. Perhaps s. and h. of John, 

of Stoke Ash, Suffolk, above; adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 27, 

i66r. 
APPLEWHAITE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 

April 21, 1680. Of Suffolk. 
APLEYARD, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at 

St John's, Apr. 14, 1674. S. of Sir Matthew (1626), Knt., 

decea.sed, of Burstwick, Yorks. B. there. School, Beverley. 

Matric. 1674. Of Burstwick Garth, M.D. Died in London. 

(Lines. Pedigrees.) 
APPLEYARD, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Caius, May 

3, 1614. S. of John. B. at Happisburgh, Norfolk. School, 

Aylsham. Matric. 1613; Scholar, 1616-9; B.A. 1616-7; 

M.A. 1620. Ord. priest (Norwich) Sept. 24, 1620. V. of 

Oulton, Norfolk, 1627. Will proved (Norwich) 1648. {Venn, 

I. 225.) 
APPLEYARD, GAMALIEL. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Lent, 

1637-8; B A. 1641-2. 
APPLEYARD, HENRY. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, 

Michs. 1569. 
APPLEYARD, HENRY. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, 

Michs. 1641. Of Cambs. B.A. 1644-5; M.A. 1648. 
APPLEYARD, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, 

June 2, 1632. S. of Robert, husbandman, of Pocklington, 

B. there. School, Pocklington. Matric. 1632; B.A. 1635-6; 

M.A. 1639. 

APPLEYARDE, JOHN. Matiic. FeU.-Com. from Magdalene, 
Easter, 1616. S. and h. of Thomas, of Burstwick Garth, 
Yorks., Esq.; adm. at Gray's Inn. Nov. 10, 1617. Brother 
of Matthew. Died s.p. {Lines. Pedigrees.) 

APPLEYARD, MATTHEW. Matric. pens, from Trinity, 
Michs. 1626; B.A. 1629-30. S. of Thomas, of Burstwick 
Garth. Knighted, 1645. Governor of Leicester. M.P. for 
Hedon, Yorks. 1661. Died Feb. 20, 1669-70. Father of 
Christopher (1674) and the next. (Lines. Pedigrees.) 

APPLEYARD, MATTHEW. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 16) at St 
John's, Apr. 27, 1677- S. of Sir Matthew (above). B.atBurst- 
wick, Yorks. School, Beverley (private). Matric. 1677. M.P. 
for Hedon, Yorks., 1689-95. Died in London. {Lines. 
Pedigrees.) 

APPLEYARD, MATTHEW. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
June 7, 1701. S. of Matthew, Esq. B. at Burstwick, Yorks. 
School, Beverley. Matric. 1701. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 6, 
1701-3. Died at Burstwick, aged 30. (Lines. Pedigrees.) 

APPLEYARD, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Clare, c. 1591. 
Scholar of Trinity Hall, 1592 ; LL.B. 1598. Fellow of Trinity 
Hall, 1597-1608. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Nov. 24; priest, 
Nov. 25, 1608. V. of Great Stukeley, Hunts., 1608. R. of 
Knipton, Leics., 1617. Buried there Aug. 5, 1620. (Old 
Yorks. N.S. VI. 2o8.) 



Arbuthnot, John 



APPLEYARD, THOMAS. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Magdalene, 
c. 1595. Probably S. of John, of Burstwick Garth, Esq. B. 
Jan. 12, 1580-1. J. P. for Yorks. Of Burstwick Garth, Esq. 
Married Ann, dau. of Christopher Legard, of Anlaby, 1598. 
(Lines. Pedigrees; Vis. of Yorks., 1584; M. H. Peacock.) 

APPLEYARD, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, 

Easter, 1602. 
APPLEYARD, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from St John's, 

Easter, 1614; B.A. 1617-8. 
APPLEYARD, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Clare, Aug. 9, 1634. 

Matric. 1634; B.A. 1638-9; M.A. 1642. 
APPLEYARD, . Matric. Fell.-Com. from Magdalene, c. 

1597- 
APPLIN, RICHARD. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1697. Of 

Somerset. Matric. 1698; B.A. 1700-1. 
APPLIN, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, June 29, 

1724. S. of Richard. B. at Staple Fitzpaine, Somerset. 

Matric. 1724; Scholar, 1725; B.A. 1727-8 
APREECE, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 

Sept. II, 1700. S. of Robert, Esq. B. at Washingley, Hunts. 

Matric. 1701. 
APREECE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, 

Apr. 4, 1695. S. of Robert, of Washmgley, Hunts., Esq. 
APPRICE, THOMAS. M.A. (Lit. Reg.) 1681. 
AP RICHARD or PRITCHARD, DAVID. Studied at Cambridge. 

Secular chaplain. B.Can.L. (Oxford) 1522. {Al. Oxon.) 
APRICHARDS, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 

1567. 
APSLEY, ANTHONY. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Michs. 1579; 

B.A. 1582-3. One of these names, of Horsham, Sussex, adm. 

at the Inner Temple, Nov. 1585. Barrister, 1598. (But see 

Al. Oxon.) 
APSLEY, EDWARD. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Christ's, July, 

1619. S. of Sir Edward, of Thakeham, Sussex. Of Warming- 
hurst, Sussex, Esq. M.P. for Steyning, 1645. Died Apr. 6, 

1651, aged 45. Benefactor to Christ's. (Peile, 1. 328.) 

APSLEY, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Michs. 1572; 
B.A. 1576-7. One of these names adm. at Gray's Inn, 1579, 
from Staple Inn; and at the Inner Temple, 1580; 2nd s. of 
John, of Thakeham. M.P. for Steyning, 1588; for Hastings, 
1593- 

APSLEY, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1620. 
Probably s. of Anthony; of Ticehurst, Sussex; adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Nov. 1623. 

APSLEY, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, April 27, 
1668. 

APSLEY, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1567. 
Of Notts. 

APSLEY, RALPH. Matric. pens, at Emmanuel, Easter, 1624; 
B.A. 1627-8; M.A. 1636. R. of Pulborough, Sussex, 1659. 

APTHORPE, EAST. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 28, 1751- S. of 
Charles, of Middlesex, gent. B. in Boston, America. Matric. 
1751; B.A. 1755; M.A. 1758. Chancellor's medal, 1755. 
Fellow, 1758-61. D.D. (Lambeth) 1778. Ord. deacon (Lon- 
don) Sept. 21, 1755. S.P.G. missionary at Cambridge, New 
England, 1759-64. V. of Croydon, 1765-93. R. of St Mary- 
le-Bow, 1778-^2. I*reb. of St Paul's, 1790-1816. Chancellor 
of St Paul's, 1791-2. Died Apr. 16, 1816. 

APTHORP, STEPHEN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
1728. B. in St Clement's, Cambridge, Jan. 4, 1709-10. 
Matric. 1729; B.A. 1732-3; M.A. 1736; D.D. 1749. Fellow, 
1732. Assistant master at Eton for many years. R. of 
Monxton, Hants. R. of Stevington, 1752. V. of Bumham, 
Bucks., 1759-74. R. of Worplesdon, Surrey, 1774-90. Fellow 
of Eton CoUege, 1758. Dieid Dec. 12, 1790. Brother-in-law 
of William Cole, the antiquary. 

ARBLASTER, see also ALABASTER. 

ARRABRASTER or ALABLASTER, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at 
Caius, Oct. 20, 1564, age 20. S. of Edmund, Esq. School, 
Colchester. Matric. 1564-5. Died Apr. 10, 1565. (Venn, i. 
55-) 

ARBLASTER, EDWARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at 
Trinity, Feb. 22, 1750-1. S. and h. of Edward, of Longdon, 
Staffs. School, Fulham, London. Matric. 1750-1. One of 
these names, of Overstonall (? Stonnall), adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Nov. 30, 1747. Unmarried in 1769. (Shaw, i. 
227.) 

ARBOTYLL, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 
1561- 

ARBITTHNOT, JOHN. M.D. 1705 (LU. Re^.). B. 1667. M.D. 
(St Andrews) 1697. F.R.S. 1704. Physician to the Queen. 
F.R.C.P. 1710. Censor, Elect., etc. Harveian orator, 1727. 
Friend of Pope and Swift. Died Feb. 27, 1735. (D.N.B.; 
Munk, II. 37.) 



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ARCHBISHOP, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 14) at St John's, 
June 26, 1639. S. of Dr , of Grinilly, France. 

ARCHBOULD, CLAUDIUS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 
Mar. 29, 1706. S. of William, deceased. B. in Jamaica. 
School, Headley, Leatherhead; Surrey. 

ARCHBOLD, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Lent, 
1593-4; B.A. 1597-5; M.A. 1601. Fellow, 1599. 

ARCHBOLD, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at Queens', Easter, 
1642. Of London. LL.B. from Trinity Hall, 1649-50. R. of 
Luddenham, 1660. R. of Kingsdown, Kent. V. of Trotters- 
cliffe, 1666. Chaplain to the Bishop of Rochester. 

ARCHBOULT, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, 
Easter, 160&; B.A. from St John's, 161 1-2; M.A. 1615. 

ARCHBOLD, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 25, 1595 (age i5)- Of Worcs. Matric. 1595; B.A. 
1598-9: Fellow, 1598-1607; M.A. 1603; B.D. 1609; D.D. 
1615. V. of St Michael's, Stoke Prior, Worcs., 1620-4. Preb. 
of Worcester, 1607. V. of Bromsgrove, 1613-24. Chaplain 
to James I. (Harwood; Le Neve's Knights, 242.) 

ARCHBOLD, JOSEPH. Matric. pens from St John's, Easter, 
1606. 

ARCHBOLD, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from King's, Michs., 
i6ot. One of these names V. of Bedwardine, Worcs. 

ARCHDALE, DANIEL. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Dec. 
1610; atterwardsFell.-Com. Oneof tbesenames, S. of Martin, 
of London, adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Aug. 6, 1612. (Prtfe, 1. 279.) 

ARCHDALE, ROBERT. B.A. from Christ's, 1607; M.A. i6ii. 
Incorp. at Oxford, 1610. R. of Trimley St Martin, Suffolk, 
1627-39. 

ARCHE, ANTHONY. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1559. 

ARCHER. ABRAHAM. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Michs. 
161 1. B. at Epping. B.A. 1614-5; M.A. 1618. Ord. priest 
(London) E>ec. 1619. C. of Nazeing, Essex. (Peile, i. 284.) 

ARCHER, ALEXANDER. B.Can.L. 1512-3. V. of Hayes, 
Middlesex, 1520-9. R. of Wenden Lofts, Essex, 1520-9. 
Died 1529. 

ARCHER, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 29, 
1635-6. Matric. 1636. Migr. to Peterhouse, 1636. One of 
these names, 'Captain,' buried at Shadwell, 1680. 

ARCHER, BENJAMIN. Adm. sizar at Christ's, June 7, 1641, 
age 16. S. of James. B. in Southwark. School, Southwark. 
Matric. 1641. (Peile, 1. 476.) 

ARCHER, BENJAMIN. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 
1658. OfEssex. B.A. 1661-2; M.A. 1665. Ord. priest (Lond.) 
Dec. 17, 1664. V. of High Easter, Essex, 1671-1702. Died 
1702. See A I. Oxon. tor another. 

ARCHER, BENJAMIN. Incorp. M.A. 1681, from ExeterCoUege, 
Oxford. S. of Ed., of Cookham, Oxon. Matric. (Pembroke, 
Oxford), Mav 17, 1670, aged 15; B.A. (Oxford) 1673-4; 
M.A. 1676; B.D. 1688. Fellowof ExeterCoUege, 1674-92. 
R. of Wexham, Bucks., 1683. V. of Quainton, 1692-1732. 
Died Aug. 20, 1732. Father of the next, Gilbert Edward 
{1716) and Thomas (1729). {Al. Oxon.) 

ARCHER, BENJAMIN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
1715. S. of above. B. at Quainton, Bucks., 1696. Matric. 
1715; B.A. 1719-20; M.A. 1723. Fellow, 1718. Assistant 
Master at Eton. Ord. deacon (Ely) May 24, 1719. Chaplain 
to Countess of Winchelsea. R. of Stour Provost, Dorset., 
1730- R.of Todber, 1730. Brotherof Gilbert Edward (1716) 
and Thomas (1729). 

ARCHER, CAESAR. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 7. 1660. 

Of Middlesex. Matric. 1660; B.A. 1663-4; M.A. 1667. Ord. 

priest (Lincoln) Mar. 19, 1670-1. 
ARCHER, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 

1610; B.A. from Clare, 1613-4; M.A. 1617. Perhaps Curate 

of Enville, Staffs., 1632-40. 
ARCHER, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 

1629; B.A. 1633; M.A. from King's, 1637. Perhaps R. of 

St Ethelburga, London, 1643-5. One of toese names ejected 

from iN'cwington, Oxon., 1662. (Calamy, 11. 310.) 
ARCHER, FERDINAND. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Christ's, 

June 12, 1633. S. of John. B. at Donnington, Leics. School, 

St Saviours, Surrey. Matric. 1633; B.A. 1636-7; M.A. 

from Queens', 1640. Head master of Northampton School, 

1646-95. Incorp. at Oxford, 1655. (Peile, 1. 427.) 
ARCHER, GABRIEL. Matric. pens, from St John's, e. 1591. 

Of Mountnessing, Essex, gent.; adm. at Gray's Inn, Mar. 15, 

1592-3- 
ARCHER, GILES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Easter, 1626. 

5th s. of Henry Archer and Anne, dau. of Giles Crcni(^, of 

Kent. Matric. 1626; B.A. 1630-1; M.A. 1634. R. of Fam- 

bam, Essex, 1644-82. Died 1682. 



Archer, IIoberT 

Archer, 6ILBERT EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 15) at 
St John's, Oct. 26, 1716. S. of Benjamin, clerk, of Bucks. 
(1681). B. at Quainton near Aylesbury. School, Thame, 
Oxon., and Westminster. Matric. 1717; M.B. 1722; M.D. 
1734. Brother of Benjamin (1715) and Thomas (1739). 

ARCHER, HENRY. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 1469. 
B.A. 1473-4; M.A. 1478-9. 

ARCHER, HENRY. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Corpus Christi, 
Michs. 1586. Of London. S. of William, of Theydon Gamon, 
Essex. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 9, 1586. Died Nov. 3, 
1615. Of Langdon Hills, Essex, Esq. {F.M.G. 1258: Vis. 
of Essex, 1612.) 

ARCHER, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 7, 1660. 
Of Middlesex. Matric. 1660; B.A. 1663-4; M.A. 1667; B.D. 
1674. Fellow 1669. V. of St Benet's, Cambridge, 1673. R.of 
Beckley, Sussex. R. of Famham, Essex, 1682-1701. Died 
1701. 

ARCHER, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Clare, Apr. 3, 1704. B. at 

Greenwich, 1688. Matric. 1704; B.A. 1707-8; M.A. 1711; 

D.D. 1724. Fellow, 1710-24. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1712; 

priest (London) May 23, 1714. V. of Faversham, Kent, 

1724-44. V. of Heme, Kent, 1724-6. R. of Mersham, 

1726-44. Died Feb. 9, 1744. 
ARCHER, HOSTE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Dec. 4, 1721. 

Of Cambs. S. of Thomas Archer and Rebecca Hoste. Lord 

of the manor at Histon, Cambs. One of the treasurers for 

Cambridge, 1737-8. Died 1740. (Clay's Waterbeach.) 
ARCHER, ISAAC. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct 29, 1656. 

Of Essex. Matric. 1657; Scholar, 1659; B-A. 1664-5. Ord. 

deacon (Ely) Sept. 20; priest, Dec. 20, 1662; as 'B.A. of 

Trinity.' C. of Arrington, Cambs. V. of Chippenham, 1664. 

V. of MUdenhall, Suffolk. 
ARCHER, JAMES. Matric. sizar from Christ's, 1597-8; B.A. 

1601-2; M.A. 1605. One of these names, of Kilkenny, 

Ireland, was adm. at Gray's Inn, Oct. 22, 1601. {Peilei. 230.) 
ARCHER, JAMES. B.A. from Christ's, 1604-5; M.A. i6o8. 

O.ie of these names V. of Vardley, Worcs., 1612. 
ARCHER, JAMES OGLE. Adm. scholar (age 18) at Sidney, 

Oct. 17, 1682. S. of John, physician. B. at Dublin. School, 

Merchant Taylors'. Matric. at Wadham, Oxford, Dec. 8, 

1682, 'aged 20.' 
ARCHER, JEFFERY. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Mar. 13, 

1720-1. Of Herts. Matric. 1721; B.A. 1724-5. V. of Norton, 

Herts., 1739-41. Died 1741. 
ARCHER, JOHN. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, Sept. 29, 

1561, age 18. B. at Saffron Walden. B.A. 1565-6; M.A. 

1569. Fellow, 1564-1575. Ord. deacon (Lincoln), priest 

(Ely) Dec. 21, 1569. V. of Broad Chalk, Wilts., 1575. 

Died 1621. 
ARCHER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 1572. 
ARCHER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 1579; 

B.A. 1583-4; M.A. 1587. P*robably ord. priest (Durham) 

Dec. 21, 1585. One of these names V. of Long Houghton, 

Northumberland, 1598-1604. 
ARCHER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Easter, 1602; B.A, 

1605-6; M.A. 1609. R. of St George's, S. Elmham, Suffolk, 

1616-39. 

ARCHER, JOHN (junior). Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 
161 5. Of London. 

ARCHER, JOHN (senior). Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 

1615. OfEssex. B.A. 1618-9; M.A. 1622. S. and h. of Henry, 

of Theydon Gamon, Essex, Esq. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 

Mar. 1, 1617-8. Barrister, 1620. Serjeant, 1658. Justice 

of the Common Pleas, 1659. Knighted 1663. Died 1682. 

Buried at Theydon Gamon. (F.M.G. 1258; D.N.B.) 
ARCHER, JOHN. M.A. from Magdalene, 1626. One of thes« 

names V. of All Saints', Hertford, 1631-9. Died 1639. 
ARCHER, JOHN. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Trinity, Easter, 

1633. 
ARCHER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 22) at St John's, Nov. 16, 

1694. S. of Miles, gent. B. at Oxenholme, Westmorland. 

Matric. at Queen's College, Oxford, Apr. 9, 1690, age 17. 

M.B. (Cambridge) 1695. Died Dec. 4, 1735; buried at 

Kendal. 
ARCHER, MILES. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, June 19. 

1717. S. of Richard, farmer, of Lanes. B. at Hawksheaa 

Hall, Ambleside. School, Hawkshead. Matric. 1717; B.A. 

1720-1; M.A. 1724; B.D. 1732. Fellow, 1722-44. Ord. 

deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 25, 1726; priest. May 28, i?^?- 

Proctor, 1730-1. R. of Gt Wariey, Essex, 1743-58. Died 

1758. (Scott-Mayor, iii. 312.) 
ARCHER, OSWALD. Of Clare College. Will proved (V.C.C.) 

1547. 
ARCHER, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Maodalknk, Easter, 

1614; B.A. 1631-3; M.A. 1639. 



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Archer, Robert 

ARCHER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Magdalene, 
Apr. 22, 1665. S. of Robert, citizen of London. School, 
Repton, Derbs. Matric. 1665; B.A. 1668-9. 

ARCHER, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1575. 
Bom at Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. B.A. 1580-1; M.A. 
1584. Fellow of Trinity, 1583. Incorp. at Oxford, 1591. 
Ord. deacon and priest (Lincoln) Sept. 24, 1585. University 
preacher, 1588. R. of Houghton-Conquest, Beds., 1589. 
Chaplain to his kinsman, John May, Bishop of Carlisle, and 
to Archbishop Whitgift. Chaplain to James L 1605. R. of 
Meppershall, Beds., 1613. Married Anne Heneage. Died 
Jan. 20, 1630. Buried at Houghton Conquest. {D.N.B.; 
E. P Archer.) 

ARCHER. THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Easter, 1626. 
Matric. 1626; B.A. 1629-30; M.A. 1633. 

ARCHER, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, Apr. 13, 
1631. S. of Thomas. B. at Grantham. School, Thorpe 
(private). Matric. 1631; B.A. 1634-5; M.A. 1638. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) Mar. 1638-9; priest (Lincoln) Oct. 17, 
1641. R. of Chickney, Essex, 1646: 'an able divine'; ejected 
1660. (Peile, I. 408.) 

ARCHER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 9, 1635. 
Matric. 1635; B..A. 1639-40; M.A. 1643; probably D.D. 1661 
(Lit. Reg.). Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Dec. 18, 1641; priest, Feb. 
22, 1645-6. 

ARCHER, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from King's, Michs. 1677. 

ARCHER, THOMAS. M.A. from King's, 1729. S. of Benjamin, 
of Quainton, Bucks., clerk (1681). Matric. from Merton 
College, Oxford, May 25, 1721, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1725. 
R. of Hitcham, Bucks., 1729. R. of Finchley, Middlesex. 
Preb. of St Paul's, 1743. R. of St Martin's, Ludgate, 1743. 
He was a colleger at Eton, 1717-20. Died 1767. Brother of 
Benjamin (1715), and Gilbert Edward (1716). (Al. Oxon.) 

ARCHER, TIMOTHY. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 
1613. B. at Bury, Suffolk, 1597. B.A. 1616-7; M.A. 1620; 
D.D. 1631-2; on the King's visit. R. of Blimham, Beds. 
C. of Meppershall, 1624. R., 1626. Buried there, Dec. 5, 
1672, aged 75. Cousin of Thomas, D.D. 

ARCHER, TIMOTHY. Adm. sizar (age 14) at Sidney, Sept. 26, 
1636. S. of Henry, jailor of the Tolbooth, Cambridge. 
School, Perse. Matric. 1637; B.A. 1640-1; M.A. 1644. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) Dec. 18, 1641 (sic.). V. of Gazeley, Suffolk, 
1658-80. Buried there, Oct. 31, 1680. (A. Gray.) 

ARCHER, WILLIAM. Fellow of Clare in 1549. Probably the 
scholar of Christ's. B.A. 1529-30; M.A. 1533. 

ARCHER, WILLIAM. B.A. from Clare, 1604-5; M.A. 1608. 
Fellow, c. 1606. V.of DuxfordStJohn,Cambs.,i62i. Buried 
there Apr. 26, 1665. 

ARCHER, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Easter, 1626. 
Matric. 1626; B.A. 1629-30; M.A. 1633. 

ARCHER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Sept. 12, 1626. 
S. of Thomas, of Herts. School, Sutton, Beds. Matric. 1627; 
B.A. 1630-1; M.A. 1634. Prob. V. of Braughing, Herts., 
1638-50, and 1660. Died 1660. {Peile, i. 377.) 

ARCHER, . B.Can.L. 1502-3. 

ARCHERSON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1584. 

ARCHPOLE, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, 
Michs. 1564; B.A. 1567-8. Preb. of Lincoln. Incorp. at 
Oxford, 1568, as Archbold. Supplicated for B.C.L. 1573. 

ARDEN, JOHN. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 1598. 

ARDERN or ARDEN, GUY. Scholar at King's Hall, 1460-76. 
B.Can.Law before 1468. R. of Littlebury, Essex, 1463-98. 
R. of Streethall, 1467 R. of Upminster, 1483-5. Died 
1498. Buried at Littlebury. Will (P.C.C.) dated July 24 
proved Aug. 3. 

ARDERN, HENRY. Trinity, Scholar from Westminster, 1659 
Of Cheshire. B. in Westminster. Matric. 1660; B.A. 1662-3 • 
M.A. from Peterhouse, 1666. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1664' 
Ord. deacon (Ely) Feb. 18, 166^-5; priest (London) Dec. 
1666. V. of Holy Trinity, Cambridge, 1671. Buried at Little 
St Mary's, Cambridge, Dec. 23, 1683. Will (V.C.C.) 1683. 

ARDERN, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Christ's, May 13, 
1653. S. of Ralph. B. at Harden Hall, near Stockport, 
Cheshire. School, Holton. Matric. 1653; B.A. 1656; M.B 
1658. Incorp. at Oxford as M.A. 1658; D.D. (of Dublin) 1671 
(incorp. Oxford, 1673). Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 10 • 
priest, Mar. 13, i66o-r. V. of Holy Cross, Canterbury, 1662! 
R. of St Mildred, Canterbury, 1662-6. P.C. of St Botolph 
Aldgate, 1666-82. R. of Thomton-le-Moor, Lines., 1667-91! 
R. of Davenham, Cheshire, 1682-6. V. of Neston, 1687-91. 
Dean of Chester, 1682-91. Chaplain to Charles II. Died 
Sept. 18, 1691. Buried in Chester Cathedral. {D.N.B.; Peile, 
I- 553-) 



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Argall, Richard 

ARDREN or ARDRUM, JOHN. Matric. Fell.-Com. from 
Christ's, Feb. 1564-5; B.A. 1567-8 (for possible identifica- 
tion see Peile, i. 89). One of these names, s. and h. of 
John, of Cottesford, Oxon., adm. at the Middle Temple, 
May 4, 1571. , 

ARDERN, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, Apr. 12, 1680. 
S. of Sir John, of Arderne (Harden), Cheshire, Knt.; age 19 
in 1678. Of Harden, Esq. Matric. 1681. Died in London, 
May 27, 1703, aged 40. M.I. in Stockport Church. Brother 
of Ralph (1683). (Le Neve, Knights, p. 90; Le Neve, Mon. 
II. 64.) 

ARDERNE or ARDEN, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 19) at 
St John's, Mar. 25, 1728. S. of Richard, of Harden, Cheshire, 
Esq. B. at Stockport. School, Stockport. Matric. 1728; 
B.A. 1733-4- Living at Offerton, 1742. High Sheriff of 
Cheshire, 1761. Died Dec. 3, 1786. Buried at Stockport. 
Father of Richard Pepper Arderne, Lord Alvanley. {Scott- 
Mayor, III. 411.) 

ARDERNE, RALPH. Adm. sizar at Trinity, June 29, 1647. 
Of Cheshire. B.A. 1650. 

ARDERNE, RALPH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June, 1683. 
2nd s. of Sir John, of Harden, Cheshire, Knt. B. 1664-5. 
Matric. 1685. Of Harden, Esq. DiedinLondon, Mar. 14,1704. 
(Earwaker, E. Cheshire, 1. 476; Le Neve, KnigfUs, 90.) 

ARDERN, RICHARD DE. 'King's scholar' at Cambridge, 
1330- 

ARDEN, ROBERT. B.A. 1484-5; M.A. 1491. One of these 
names, 'M.A.,' R. of Lapworth, Warws., 1488. 

ARDERN, THOMAS. Scholar at King's Hall, 1434. Last 
appears, 1457. 

ARDEN, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 13, 1547, age 17. B. at Haynes, Beds. Matric. 1547. 
Left in 1550. Preb. of York, 1556; of Worcester, 1558; of 
Hereford, 1559. R. of Hartlebury, Worcester, c. 1558. 
Deprived, as a Romanist, c. 1562. {Cooper, i. 219.) 

ARDERNE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, July 5, 
1736. Of Manchester. Matric. 1736; B.A. 1740-1. C. of 
Cheadle, Lanes., 1744-80. Died May 10, 178a, aged 70. M.I. 
(Earwaker, E. Cheshire.) 

ARDEN, WILLIAM. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 
1750. S.ofGeorge. B. at Ombersley, Worcester, c. Dec. 1731. 
Matric. 1751; B.A. 1755; M.A. 1758. Fellow, 1754. R. of 
Brampton Ash, Northants., 1764-6. Preb. of Worcester. Died 
Oct. 25, 1768. 

ARDEN or ARDRON, . B.A. 1480-1; M.A. 1483. 

ARDERNE, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, Mar. 8, 1647-8. 

Of Cheshire. Perhaps John, s. of Ralph, of Harden, Cheshire. 
Bom 1630. High Sheriff of Cheshire, 1666. Died Feb. 6, 
1701. 

ARDDS, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Gonville Hall, Easter, 
1544- 

ARDES, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 
1554. 1st s. of Edward, ot Sherington, Bucks. {Vis of Bucks., 
1634, p. 144.) 

ARDES, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1554. 
2nd s. of Edward, of Sherington, Bucks. Brother of above. 

ARDINVILLE, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at Corpus Christi, 1579. 

ARDLEY, NATHANIEL. Matric. sizar from Emmanuel, Easter, 

1645. Of Essex. Adm. at Queens', Feb. 16, 1645-6. 
ARDREY, JOHN. B.D. from Pembroke, 1676 {Lit. Reg.). R. of 

Clibum, Westmorland ; resigned 1673. R- of Gt Musgrave, 

1671-84. V. of Kirkland, Cumberland, 1681-4. 
ARDSWORTH, . Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Jan. 13, 

1700-1. 
ARENGELL, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, Easter, 

1622. 
AREY, see AYRE. 
ARGALL, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, Apr.21, 

1646. S. of John. B. at Gt Baddow, Essex. School, Chelms- 
ford. At Leyden University, 1645. Brotherof Richard (163 1) 
and Samuel (1639). {Peile, 1. 505; Vis. 0/ Essex, 1634.) 

ARGALL, EDMUND. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Christ's, Easter, 
1565, age 13. 

ARGALL, GABRIEL. B.A. 1572-3; Incorp. from Oxford; 
M.A. from Trinity Hall, 1573. Of Christ Church, Oxford, 
1561; B.A. (Oxford) 1569-70. Probably s. of Thomas, of 
London, Esq. {Vis. 0/ Essex, 1612.) 

ARGALL, RICHARD. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1591. Of 
Kent. Probably s. of Richard, of Kent. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, from Fumival's Inn, Jan. 22, 1594-5. 

ARGALL, RICHARD. Scholarof Trinity, Easter, 1593. Prob- 
ably the ' very shadowy personage ' supposed to have been 
the author of some religious poems published in 1 62 1 . He was 
one of those 'enticed beyond the sea.' {See under Arkinstall, 
WUliam.) See D.N. B. 



Argall, Richard 

ARGALL, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Emhanuei., Apr. 29, 
1631. Of Essex. Matric. 1631; B..\. 1634-5; M.A. 1638. 
2nd s. of John, of Gt Baddow, Essex. R. of RivenhaU, 
1662-70. R. of Roding Aythorp. R. of Snoreham, 1638-70. 
Died 1670. Brother of Charles (1646) and Samuel (1639). 
{Vis. of Essex, 1634.) 

ARGALL, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 19, 1639, 
age nearly 18. S. of John, of Gt Baddow, Essex, Esq. 
School, Chelmsford. Matric. 1639; B.A. 1642-3. Admitted 
at Leyden, 1644. M.D. at Padua, 1648. Incorp. at Oxford, 
1651-2. Adm. candidate R.C.P. 1652. Hon. fellow, Dec. 
1664. Brotherof Charles (1646) and Richard, above. {Munk, 
•• 334; Vis. of Essex, 1634.) 

ARGALL, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall, Easter, 
1582. Probably of Kent. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 6, 
1584-5- 

ARGENT, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Easter, 1578. 
Of Essex. B.A. 1581-2. Incorp. at Oxford, 1582. M.A. 
(Exeter College) 1584. Presumably M.D. (Cambridge) 1595. 
F.R.C.P. 1597. Censor, Elect, etc. President, 1625-34. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, .\ug. 10, 1613. Retired to Brox- 
boume, Herts., where he died, May, 1643. {Munk, i. 113.) 

ARGENTINE, JOHN. Scholar of King's, 1457. Of Bottisham. 
Cambs. B.A. 1461-2; M.A. 1465-6; B.D. 1473; D.D. 1504. 
Proctor, 1472. M.D. and physician to Prince Arthur. Ord. 
acolyte (Lincoln) Sept. 14, 1473. R. of Hartest, Suffolk, 
1487 ; of Glemsford, 1487 ; of St Vedast, London, 1488-1508 ; 
of Cavendish, Suffolk, 1490. Preb. of Lichfield, 1494 ; of Wells, 
1498. Master of the Hospital of St John, Dorchester, 1499. 
Provost of King's,i5oi. DiedFeb. 2, 1507-8; buried in King's 
chapel. Benefactor to the College. Will (P.C.C.) 1508. 
{Cooper, I. 12; D.N.B.) 

ARGENTINE, RICHARD {alias SEXTEN). M.D. 1540-1. From 
Ipswich, usher and afterwards master of the Grammar 
School. M.A. and M.B. Oxford. Ord. deacon and priest 
(Norwich) Apr. 3, 1556. R. of St Helen with St Clement, 
Ipswich, 1556. Successively protestant and romanist. Died 
c. 1568. Author of religious works. {Cooper, i. 275 ; D.N.B.) 

ARGOR, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1620. 
Of Essex. B. at Layer Breton, Essex. B.A. 1623-4; M.A. 
1627. P.C. of Layer de La Hay, Essex, 1634. R. of Leigh, 
1639. V. of Braintree, 1657-62; ejected. Afterwards a 
preacher in Essex. Died at Copford, Dec. 1679, aged 77. 
{Calatny, i. 497.) 

ARKASDEN or ARCHENSDON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, Mar. 23, 1625-6. Matric. 1626; B.A. 1629-30; 
M.A. 1633. R.ofAmpthill, Beds., 1638. R. of Aspley Guise, 
Beds., 1639-40; and in 1664. {D.N.B.) 

ARKENSTALL, JOHN. Adm. scholar at Trihity Hall, Oct. 
16, 1590. 

ARKINSTALL, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Queens', Lent, 
1584-5. Of Cambs. ProbablyofWUburton.I.of Ely. {Cambs. 
Vis. 1619.) 

ARKINSTALL, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Queens', Lent, 

1582-3. Of London. 
ARKINSTALL, WILLIAM. B.A. from Jesus, 1592-3; M.A. 

1596. Fellow, 1595-7. Of Wilburton, Cambs. One of * certain 

scholars in Cambridge, 1590, that were enticed by Hector 

Speigniomaldus, an Italian, to pass over the seas. (Letter 

from Rev. H. Foley to Dr Jessopp.) 
ARLICH, ALEXANDER. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 

1635. OfNorthanls. B.A. 1639-40; M.A. 1646. V. of Tath- 

well, Lines. R. of Raithby by Louth, 1678. 
ARLINGTON, CHARLES. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, 

c. 1590. Adm. at Gray's Inn, June 12, 15^2. S. of George, 

of London, and Swinhope, Lines. Age 15 in 1592. Died s.p. 

{Cambs. Vis. 1619; Lines. Pedigrees.) 
ARLINGTON, LORD HENRY. LL.D. {Com. Reg.) 1681. One of 

the famous 'Cabal.' Sir Henry Bennet. Secretary of State, 

1662. Lord Chamberlain, 1674. Created Baron Arlington, 

1664. EMed July 28, 1685. {G.E.C.) 

ARLUSH, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Christ's, 

May 3, 1688. S. of Stephen B. at Knedlington, Yorks. 

School, Laughton-en-le-Morthen, Yorks. Married Anne, dau. 

of John Gibson, of Welbome. Died June 18, 1697; buried 

at Howden. {F.M.G. 1260.) 
ARLUSH, STEPHEN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Peterhouse, 

Apr. 19, 1645 (already adm. at Magdalene, 1642). Of Yorks. 

S. of Nicholas (or Nathaniel), of Howden. B.A. 1645-6; M.A. 

1649. V. of Howden, Yorks., 1659-62; ejected. Afterwards 

lived at York. Died Jan. 15, 1680-1; buried at Howden. 

{Calamy, II. 588; F.M.G. 1260.) 

ARMATOR, WILLIAM. ' King's Scholar' at Cambridge, 1333. 

ARME or ARMES, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Easter, 
1625. Matric. 1635. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Nov. 12; priest, 
Nov. 13, 1629. 



Ar MIT AGE, John 

ARMES, RICHARD DE. Scholar at King's Hall, 1384. Left 
Oct. 20, 1388. 

ARME, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 1589. 
Probably graduated 1591-2, or 1594-5. Ord. deacon (Lich- 
field) Sept. 16, 1597; priest, Sept. 17, 1597 (called B.A.). 
V. of Lockington, Leics., 1611-33. 'Died in the pulpit, 
preaching'; buried June 3, 1633. {Nichols, 111. 876.) 

ARMESTON, WILLIAM. M.A. 1617 (Incorp. from Oxford). 
Of Leics. S. of Thomas, of Burbage. Matric. at Oxford, 
Dec. 1, 1609, age 18; B.A. 1612-3; M.A. 1616. Died un- 
married. {Nichols, IV. 467.) 

ARMETRIDING, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, 
May I, 1727. S. of John, of Lanes. School, Kirkham, Lanes. 
Matric. 1727: Scholar, 1730; B.A. 1730-1. V. of Bispham, 
Lanes., 1767-91. 

ARMETRIDING, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, 
Apr. 24,1680. S. of John, husbandman. B. at Euxton, Lanes. 
School, Heskin. Matric. 1680; B.A. 1683-4. V. of Leyland, 
Lanes., 1689-1720. 

ARMFIELD, NICHOLAS. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 
1606. Of Yorks. B.A. 1609-10; M.A. 1613. 

ARMIGER, HARRINGTON. M.A. 1580 {fil. nob.) 

ARMIGER, CLEMENT. Matric. pens, from King's, Easter, 
1634. S. of William, of the Inner Temple; adm. there, 1635. 
Of Cople, Beds., Knt. Buried there, Jan. 2, 1695. 

ARMYGER, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 

1554- 
ARMIGER, GABRIEL. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 

1713. B. in London. Matric. 1714; B.A. 1717-8; M.A. 1721. 

Fellow, 1717. Died in London, Dec. 1722. 

ARMIGER, MANSIR (MANSURE). Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Apr. 15, 1594. S. of William, of N. Creake, Norfolk. Matric. 
sizar c. 1595. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1594. 

ARMIGER, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Caius, Oct. 16, 1585, 
age 14. S. of Thomas. B. at Monewden, Suffolk. Schools, 
Norwich and Bury. Matric. 1585. Of Thrandeston, Suffolk, 
Esq. Died Oct. 19, 1634. M.I. at Canewdon, Essex. {Venn, 
I. 126; Le Neve, Mon. i. 156.) 

ARMIGER, WILLIAM. Student of Pembroke. Buried at St 
Botolph's, Cambridge, May 11, 1625. 

ARMIGER, WILLIAM. Adm. Feil.-Com. at Caius, Mar. 9, 
1654-5, age 16. S. of William, of N. Cteake, Norfolk. Esq. 
Matric. 1655. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 28, 1656. 
Barrister, 1664. Died 1676. {Venn, i. 390.) 

ARMIN, EVERS (EURE). Adm. FeU.-Com. at Sidney, Jan. 27, 
1613-4. S. of Sir William, of Osgodby, Lines., Knt., and 
Martha, dau. of William, Lord Eure. Matric. 1614. Adm. at 
Gray's Inn, Nov. i, 1616 ("Eure Airmine'). Barrister, 1622; 
Ancient, 1645. Of Osgodby. J. P. M.P. for Grantham, 
1625-6. Admon. (P.C.C.) 1680. {Lines. Pedigrees.) 

ARMYN, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1579. Of 
Lines. Probably s. of Bartholomew, of Osgodby. Knighted. 
Died, unmarried, at Lincoln's Inn. {Lines. Pedigrees.) 

ARMINE, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Sidney, Mar. 13, 
1609-10. S. and h. of Sir William, of Osgodby, Knt. B. 
Dec. 11, 1593. Matric. 1610, as 'Frayer.' Cieated Bart. 

1619. M.P. for Boston, 1621, 1624; for, Grantham, 1625; 
for Lines. 1626, 1628; for Grantham, 1641. Sheriff of Hunts., 

1620, and of Lines., 1619-30. Strong parliamentarian. 
One of the Council of State, 1649-51. Died Apr. 10, 1651. 
Buried at Lavington, Lines. {D.N.B.; Lines. Pedigrees; 
G.E.C. I. 130.) 

ARMITAGE or ERMYTAGE, ANTHONY. Matric. sizar fiora 
Peterhouse, Michs. 1586; B.A. 1589-90; M.A. 1593. Ord. 
deacon and priest (Peterborough) July 15, 1593. V. of 
Ellington, Hunts., 1594-1613. 

ARMITAGE, CH RISTOPHER. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 
July 10, 1674. Afterwards Fell.-Com. 6th s. of Sir John, 
Knt. and Bart. School.Wakefield. Matric. 1674 ; B.A. 1680-1 ; 
M.A., from Peterhouse, 1682 {Com. Reg.). Fellow of Peter- 
house, 1681-90. Resigned as a non-juror. Of Bramham 
Biggin and Hartshead Hall, Yorks. He was in Holy Order*. 
Buried at Hartshead, Sept. 19, 1727- Father of John (1725). 
{T.A. Walker, 169.) 

ARMYTAGE, GODFREY. Matric. sizar from Clare, Michs. 
1586; B.A. (? 1589-90); MA. from Magdalene, 1593. 

ARMITAGE, GREGORY. Matric. pens, from Trinity, c. 
1593. Probably adm. at the Middle Temple, Mar. 1, 1594. 
2nd 8. of John, of Kirklees. Of Netherion. Died 1653. 
Buried Mar. 28, at ThornhiU. (.Wise. Gen. et Her. 11. 181 
Vis. of Yorks. 1612.) 

ARMYTAGE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Lent, 
1563-4. Probably adm. at the Middle Temple, Oct. 19, 1566, 
as s. and h. of John, of Kirklew. {Vis. of Yorks. 161a.) 



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Armitage, Johu 

ARMYTAGE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, 1591. Adm. 
at the Middle Temple, Mar. i, 1594 as s. and h. of John, of 
Kirklees. B. 1573. High Sheriff of Yorks. 1615. Died 1650. 
Buried at Hartshead, July 16. (Misc. Gen. et Her. 11. 181 
and IV. 280; Vis. of Yorks, 16x2.) 

ARMITAGE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse c. 1592; 
B.A. 1595-6; M.A. 1599. Incorp. at Oxford, 1622. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) June 15, 1606; priest. May 31, 1607. One 
of these names V. of Wendover, Bucks. 1615-43; ejected. 

ARMITAGE, JOHN. Matric. FeU.-Cora. from Clare, Easter, 
161S. One of these names, of Kirklees, Yorks.; ist s. of 
John (? 1591), Sheriff of Yorks.; adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Nov. 1618. Died 1624. {Vis. of Yorks. 1612.) 

ARMITAGE, JOHN. Incorp. M.A. 1663; from University 
College, Oxford; matric. there, 1653; B.A. (Oxford) 1656; 
M.A. 1659. {Al. OxoH.) 

ARMITAGE, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, May i, 
1671. S. of Robert. B. at RadweU (RothweU), Yorks. 
School, Leeds. Matric. 1671; B.A. 1674-5; M.A. 1681. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) 1690; priest (London) Mar. 4, 1693-4- C. 
of Fen Stanton, Hunts. Head Master, Otley School, Yorks., 
1681-6; of Wakefield, 1686-93- {Peile, u. 35; M. H. Pea- 
cock.) 

ARMYTAGE, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 16) at St John's, 
June 26, 1725. S. of Christopher (1674), clerk, of Yorks. 
B. at Thicket, Wheldrake. School, Bradford. Matric. 1725. 
Died, s.p., 1732. Buried at Hartshead, Oct. 30. {Misc. Gen. 
et Her. 3rd S. iv. 280.) 

ARMYTAGE, Sir JOHN, Bart Adm. nobleman (age 18) at 
Trinity, Mar. 18, 1750-1. S. of Sir Samuel, Bart., of Kirklees, 
Yorks. School, Eton. Matric. 1750-1; M.A. 1753- Succeeded 
as Bart. 1747. M.P. for York, 1754-8- Served against the 
French at Cherbourg. Killed at St Cas, Sept. 1758. {G.E.C.) 

ARMITAGE, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, Oct. 23, 
1751. Of Honley, Almondbury, Yorks. B.A. 1756; M.A. 
1761. V. of Honley, Yorks., 1760-1761. V. of Hooton 
Pagnell, 1768-97. Died 1797. 

ARMITAGE, MICHAEL. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 
May 25, 1671. 3rd s. of Sir John, Knt. and Bart., of Harts- 
head and Kirklees, Yorks. B. there. School, Drighlington. 
Matric. 1 67 1. Died unmarried, 1677-8. Buried at Hartshead, 
Feb. 7. (Burke, Exl. Bart.; Misc. Gen. et Her. 11. 90-91.) 

ARMITAGE, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at Jesi's, June 28, 1684. 

Of Yorks. Matric. 1684; Scholar, 1686; B.A. 1687-8; M.A. 

1691. R. of Braiseworth, Suffolk, 1693; of Yaxley, 1703. 
ARMITAGE, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 

1629; B.A. 1632-3. Chaplain in the Parliamentary Army. 

Ejected from Holbeck, Leeds, Yorks., 1662. Died Apr. 20, 

1689, aged 78. {Calamy, 11. 564.) 

ARMITAGE, TIMOTHY. Matric. sizar from St Catharine's, 
Michs. 1633; B.A. 1636-7; M.A. 1640. Doubtless lecturer at 
St Michael Coslany, Norwich, 1643-8. Minister of the 
Congregational Church, Norwich, 1647-55. Died Dec. 1655. 
Author: Enoch's Walk with God; a Tryall of Faith. {D.N.B. ; 
J. Browne, Norf. and Suff. 255.) 

ARMYTAGE, W. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1566. 

ARMITAGE, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, 
Michs. 1580. B. at Ambry (Almondbury), Yorks. B.A. 
1582-3 as Harmytage. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 21, 1581; 
priest, Dec. 21, 1582. Perhaps R. of Shenley, Herts., 1583- 
93, as Hermitage, and R. of Billingford, Norfolk, 1595. 

ARMITAGE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Apr. 29, 
1606, from Sidney. Scholar. Matric. 1606; B.A. 1609-10; 
M.A. 1613. R. of Pitsea, Essex, 1629-30. Died 1630. 

ARMITAGE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Sidney, May 11, 1615. 
Matric. 1615. One of these names, S. of Gregory, of Don- 
caster; adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 1615. Barrister, 
1626; Bencher, 1646. Died 1652. 

ARMITAGE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Sidney, Apr. 
85, 1642. Son of Sir William, Knt. B. at Colchester. School, 
Roecliffe, Yorks. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1646. 

ARMISTEAD, ANTHONY. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Easter, 
1676; B.A. 1680-1. Ord. deacon (York) Feb. i68i; priest, 
Sept. 1681. {Peile, 11. 62.) 

ARMISTED, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. sizar from St Catha- 
rine's, Michs. 1622; B.A.162S-6, as Annitsted. Perhaps the 
man of these names, ' a divine,' in the pedigree of Harrison 
of Acaster. {Vis. of Yorks. 1665.) 

ARMESTEAD, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. sizar from Christ's, 
Easter, 1669; B.A. 1672-3. See Hugh, below. 

ARMITSTEAD, DANIEL. Adm. sizar at Christ's, May 2, 1684. 
B. at Stainforth, Settle, Yorks. School, Giggleswick. Matric. 
1684; B.A. 1687-8. R. of Melling, Lanes., 1689-98. (Peile,u. 
96.) 



Armorer, Nicholas 

ARMITSTEAD, 'HUGH.' (? Mistake for Christopher, above). 
Adm. sizar (age 18) atCHRisr's, Apr. 17, 1669. S. of Christo- 
pher. B. at Giggleswick. School, Giggleswick. B.A. 1672-3, 
as Christopher. {Peile, 11. 21.) 

ARMISTEAD, JAMES. Matric. sizar from Pembroke, Easter, 
1569. One of these names R. of Bale, Norfolk, till 1600. 

ARMITSTEAD, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Christ's, 
Jime 15, 1675. S. of William. B. in London. School, 
Giggleswick. Matric. 1675; B.A. 1678-9. 

ARMITSTEAD, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, 
May 23, 1679. S. of Thomas. B. at Long F'reston, Yorks. 
School, Giggleswick. Matric. 1679; B.A. 1682-3; M.A. 1688. 
Probably Head Master of Giggleswick School, 1685-1712. 
Died 1712. One of these names R. of Mursley, Bucks., 1695. 
{Peile, II. 73.) 

ARMISTEAD, MICHAEL. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Christ's, 
Apr. 21, 1649. S. of Thomas. B. at Langclifi, Yorks. School, 
Giggleswick. Matric. 1649; B.A. 1652-3; M.A. 1656. Prob- 
ably R. of Caldecote, Warws., 1663. R. of Weddington, 
1663. (Peile, I. 525.) 

ARMISTEAD, RICHARD. B.A. from St John's, 1552-3- Of 
Yorks. M.A. from Jesus, 1556. Fellow of Jesus, 1553-4. 
Fellow of St John's, 1554. Ord. sub-deacon, Feb. 16, 1553-4. 
(A. Gray.) 

ARMISTEAD, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from St Catharine's, 
Easter, 1623. 

ARMITSTEAD, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, 
Mar. 25, 1659. S. of Robert. B. at Giggleswick. School, 
Giggleswick. Matric. 1659; B.A. 1662-3. Ord. priest at 
York. Perhaps V. of Massingham, Lines., 1680. R. of 
Mursley, Bucks., 1683-94. (Peile, i. 584.) 

ARMSTEAD, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, 
Jan. 13, 1669-70. S. of Robert. B. at Thurlby, Lines. School, 
Melton. Matric. 1670. Adm. at Gray's Inn, June 28, 
1671. 

ARMITSTEAD, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, May 3, 
1673. Of Yorks. Matric- 1675; B.A. 1676-7. One of these 
names (M.A.) R. of EUesborough, Bucks., 1722-45. Died 
1745- 

ARMITSTEAD, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Caius, May 31, 1611, 
age 17. S. of Lawrence, husbandman, of Stock (near 
Skipton),Yorks. School, Bumsall, Yorks. Matric. i6i 1 ; B.A. 
1614-5, as Armistead. 

ARMESTEAD, THOMAS Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 19) at Sidney, 
July 2, 1664. 1st s. of Thomas, yeoman, deceased. B. at 
'Thusleby' (? Thurlby), Lines. School, Uppingham. 

ARMESTED, W. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Nov. 1545. 

ARMSTEADE, W. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1584. 

ARMYSTBAD, WILLIAM. Scholar at St John's, Michs. 1550. 

ARMITSTED, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Queens', Feb. 18, 
1576-7. Of Yorks. One of these names V. of Boston, Lines., 
1592-4. Another, V. of Little Berwick, Norfolk, 1587, and 
V. of Stody, 1593-1610. (Blomefield.) 

ARMITSTED, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Lent, 
1596-7; B.A. 1599-1600; M.A. 1603. Ord. deacon and 
priest (Norwich) Dec. 22, 1605. Instituted to Morston, 
Norfolk, 1606. R. of Hunworth with Stody St Mary, Norfolk, 
1613. R. of Raynham, 1622-25. Will proved (P.C.C.) Feb. 
1638-9; of Morston. Father of WiUiam (1639). (Peile, 1. 
221.) 

ARMESTEAD, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Caius, Aug. 10, 1616, 
age 22. S. of William, V. of Chipping, Lancaster. One of 
these names V. of Lytham, Lanes., 1646-54. 

ARMISTEAD, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, May 16, 1639, 
agei8. S. of William, R. of Morston, Norfolk (above). School, 
Lynn. Matric. 1639. 

ARMESTED, . Matric. sizar from Christ's, Easter, 1544. 

ARMOND, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Clare, Lent, 1618-9; 
B.A. 1621-2; M.A. 1625. R. of Bucklesham, Suffolk, 1630. 

ARMOND or AERMAN, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Queens', 
Michs. 1587. Of Essex. 

ARMORARE, JOHN. B.A. 1519-20; M.A. (?). Of Greystoke, 
Cumberland. V. of Sutton Valence, Headcom, Penshurst, 
and Ivychurch, Kent. R. of St Dionis Backchurch. 1554- 
63. Buried there Mar. 6, 1562-3. Will (P.C.C). 

ARMOURER, NICHOLAS. B.A. 1498-9; M.A. 1502. Of 
Carlisle diocese. Fellow of Pembroke, 1 501. Ord. sub-deacon 
(Lincoln^ Feb. 19, 1501-2. 

ARMORER, NICHOLAS. Grace for LL.D. (Lit. Reg.) 1671. 
Sir Nicholas Armorer. Created D.C.L. at Oxford, 1667. M.P. 
for Taghmon, 1 665 ; for Co. Wexford, 1 666. Deputy Governor 
of Dungarvan Fort, 1671. Died Feb. 25, 1685. (Al.Oxon.) 



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Armstrong, Bartholomew 

ARMSTRONG, BARTHOLOMEW. Matric. pens, from Queens', 
.Michs. 1575. One of these names adm. at Gray's Inn, 1577. 
I>robably of Corby, Lines. ; s. of Francis. Buried May 29, 
1592. {Lines. Pedigrees.) 

ARMSTRONG, BENJAMIN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 
Dec. 19, 1677. S.of John (1616), clerk, deceased, of S.Luffen- 
ham, Rutland. B. there. School, Uppingham. Matric. 1678; 
B.A. 1681-2; M.A. 1685. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Jime 10, 
1682; priest, Sept. 23, 1683. 

ARMSTRONG, DANIEL Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
Mar. 6, 1715-6. S. of Thomas, bailiff to the Earl of Notting- 
ham. B. at Burleigh on the Hill. School, Oakham. Matric. 
1715-6; B.A. 1719-20; M.A. 1723. Perhaps fellow of Magda- 
lene, 1727. 

ARMESTRONG, GABRIEL. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, 
Easter, j6o6. 

ARMSTRONG, GABRIEL. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Christ's, 
Nov. 3, 1631. S. of Gilbert, of Thorpe, and Kempston, Notts. 
B. at Salisbury. School, Repton. Matric. 1631. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Nov. 26, 1633. One of these names R. of 
Hathem, Leics., 1638. (Peile, i. 414.) 

ARMSTRONG, GABRIEL. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Nov. 9, 1642. 
Of Leics. Matric. 1642. 

ARMSTRONG or ARMSTON, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Sept. 20, 1660. Of Leics. S. and h. of James, of Burbage, 
Leics., gent. Matric. 1660. Adm. at Gray's Inn, June i, 1663. 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1565. 
B. at Newcastle-on-Tyne. Ord. deacon (London) May 15, 
1577. age 30; of West Ham, Essex (? curate); priest. Mar. 25, 
1578. 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 
1616; B.A. 1619-20; M.A. 1623. Incorp. at Oxford, 1624. 
Ord. priest (Peterb.) Aug. 21, 1623. R. of S. Lufienham, 
Ruts., 1633. Perhaps R. of Aunsby, Lines. This or the next 
Usher at Uppingham School, 1649. Father of Benjamin 
(1677). 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 
Nov. 19, 1645. Matric. 1645. S. of Thomas, yeoman, of 
Belton, Lines. From Christ Church, Oxford (matric. there, 
1644). 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, 
July 7, 1652. S. of William, clerk, R. of S. Luffenham, 
Rutland. B. there. School, Uppingham. Matric. 1652; 
B.A. 1655-6; M.A. 1659; B.D. 1666. FeUow, 1656. V. of 
Cartmel, Lanes., 1665-98. Probably R. (sinecure) of St 
Florence, Pembs., 1691-8. Died 1698. 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, 

May 26, 1668. S. of John, clerk, of Aunsby, Lines. B. there. 

School, Uppingham. Matric. 1668; B.A. 1671-2. Ord. 

deacon (Peterb.) Sept. ao, 1674. See the above. {Scott- 
Mayor.) 
ARMSTRONG, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at St John's, 

Oct. 10, 1741. S. of Archibald, linen-draper, of Gloucs. 

B. at 'Tedbury.' School, Glasgow. Matric. 1741. 
ARMSTRONG, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Apr. 6, 

1659. Of Gloucs. Matric. 1659; B.A. 1662; M.A. 1666. 

R. of Becdes, Suffolk, 1671-1715. R. of Northwold, Norfolk, 

i679-»7J4. 
ARNAM, JOHN. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1731. Of Norwich. 

Matric. 1732-3; B.A. 1735-6; M.A. 1739. Ord. priest 

(Norwich) July, 1739. R. of Postwick, Norfolk, 1740-87. 

R. of Gt Dunham, 1752. P.C. of Cringleford, 1736-87. Died 

I>ec. 28, 1787. 
ARNOLD, ADAM. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Apr. 1582; 

B.A. from Trinity, 1584-5, as Amall. 
ARNOLD, ANDREW. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Michs. 

1567; B.A. 1571-2; M.A. from Queens', 1575; B.D. 1582. 

Fellow of Queens'. V. of Hillingdon, Middlesex, 1587-1588. 

R. of St John's, Watling Street, 1 593-1 597 ; of St Christopher 

le Stock, 1597-1614. Died 1614. {Peile, 1. 102.) 
ARNOLD, EDMUND. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 

1445. B.A. 1449; M.D. R. of St Clement Danes, London, 

1463-5. Died Apr. 30, 1465; buried there. Will (P.C.C). 

ARNOLD, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Michs. 1549 

{impubes). One of these names V. of Shemboum, Norfolk, 

1555- 
ARNALL, HENRY. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 

1628; B.A. 1631-2. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Feb. 27, 1631-2; 

priest, Sept. 23, 1632. One Henry Arnold, P.C. of Bromley, 

Kent, 1656-62; ejected. 
ARNOLD, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 27, 

1698. S. of Michael, of Middlesex. School, Westminster. 

Matric. 1698; Scholar, 1699; B.A. 1701-2; M.A. 1705. 
ARNALL or ARNOLD, JEREMY. B.A. from Trinity, 1397-8; 

M.A. 1601. Incorp. at Oxford, 1601. 



Arnot, Matthew Robert 

ARNOLD, JOHN. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 1580. 
Migrated to Trinity. B.A. 1582-3; M.A. 1586; B.D. 1593; 
D.D. 1604. R. of AU Hallows the Great, London, 1601-3. 

ARNOLD, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, Michs. 
1646. 

ARNOLD, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Magdalene, June 20, 1653, 
age 14. S. of John, farmer, of Kensington, Middlesex. 
Matric. 1653; B.A. 1656-7. Perhaps V. of Mathon, Heref., 
1667. 

ARNOLD, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Magdalene, 1714. 

S. of Alexander. B. at Lincoln. School, Lincoln. Matric. 

1715; B.A. 1718-9. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) May 24, 1719; 

priest, June 12, 1720. C. of Greetwell, Lines., 1719. One of 

these names V. of Great Bedwyn, Wilts., 1733-6. 
ARNALD, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 13, 1720-1. 

Of Middlesex. Matric. 1721-2; B.A. 1724-5. Ord. deacon 

(London) Mar. 16, 1725-6. V. of Fairfield, Kent, 1728-34. 

V. of Waldershare, 1729-38. V. of Selling, 1735-63. R. of 

E. Langdon, 1738-63. 

ARNALD, MICHAEL. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 
July 5, 1715. S. of Thomas, gent. B. at Ampthill, B<"ds. 
School, Oakham. Matric. 1715-6; B.A. 1718-9. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) Dec. 20, 1719; priest, Dec. 24, 1721. R. of St Peter 
Martin, Bedford, 1727. V. of Clapham, Beds., 1725-8. V.of 
Renhold, 1728. 

ARNALD, MICHAEL. LL.B. from St John's, 1728 {Com. Reg.). 
Probably the above. 

ARNOLD, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 17, 
1659. Of Sussex. Matric. 1659. 

ARNOLD, RICHARD. B.A. 1463-4; M.A. 1468. FeUow of 

Peterhouse, 1466-83. Afterwards D.D. {Grace Bk. A. 

158.) 
ARNOLD, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Easter, 1616; 

B.A. 1619-20; M.A. 1635. Ord. priest (Peterb.) June 6, 

1623. V. of Bottesford, Lines., 1626. 

ARNOLD or ARNOLL, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Queens', 
Easter, 1622. Migrated to Emmanuel, 1624; B.A. 1626. 

ARNALD, RICHARD. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1714. 
Of London. B. 1698. School, Bishop's Stortford. Matric. 
1715; B.A. 1717-8; M.A. from Emmanuel, 1721. Fellow of 
Emmanuel 1720. B.D. 1728. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 23, 
1722; priest, Sept. 20, 1724. R. of Thurcaston, Leics., 1733- 
56. Preb.of Lincoln, 1754. Theological author : Commentary 
on the Apocryphal books, etc. Died Sept. 1756. {D.N.B.) 

ARNOLD, ROBERT. M.A. 1628 (Incorp. from Oxford). 
Adm. at Wadham College, Oxford, 1614; B.A. 1616-7; M.A. 
1620. Fellow of Wadham, 1619-33. Burietl there June 24, 
1635. {M.Oxon.) 

ARNOLD, ROBERT. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1711. Of 
London. Matric. 1711; LL.B. 1718. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
June 12, 1720; priest, Sept. 25, 1720. R. of Holme Pierre- 
pont, Notte., 1728-40. Buried there June 30, 1740. 

ARNOLD, SAMUEL Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Mar. 25, 
1658. S. of William, weaver, of Colchester. B. there. School, 
Colchester. Matric. 1658; B.A. 1661-2. 

ARNOLD, THOMAS. Matric. pens, (age 15) from Peterhouse, 
Easter, 1655. Of Berks. School, St Paul's. B.A. 1658-9; 
M.A. 1662; LL.D. 1680. Incorp. at Oxford, 1664. R. of 
Folksworth, Hunts., 1667-9. R' ol Brington, i68i-8. (Al. 
Own.;W. M.Noble.) 

ARNALD, W. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1578. 

ARNOLD, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, 
May 28, 1743. S. of John, clerk, of Lines. B. at Lincoln. 
School, Lincoln. Matric. 1743; B.A. 1746-7. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) Sept. 25, 1748; priest, Dec. 24, 1749. R. of Wain- 
fleet AU Saints', Lines., 1751-67. {Scott-Mayor, in. 536.) 

ARNAULD, . Adm. sizar at Jesus, July 7, 1693. Of 

Piedmont. 

ARNOT or ARNET, GEORGE. Matric. FeU.-Com. from 
Emmanuel, Michs. 1730. S. of George, and gr. s. of Sir 
Michael, Bart. M.A. (Edinburgh! 1699. M.A. (Cambridge) 
i728(C'ow. Reg.; adm. 1731). Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 20, 
1702; priest. May 19, 1706. V. of Holbeach, Lines., 171 1. 
V. of Wakefield, Yorks., 1729-50. R. of Wheldrake, 1730-50. 
Buried Oct. 16, 1750. Father of the next. 

ARNOT, MATTHEW ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Clare, Jan. 13, 
1740-1. Afterwards pensioner. S. of George, V.of Wakefield, 
above. B. at Holbeach, Lines. School, Wakefield. Matric. 
1741; B.A. 1744-5; M.A. 1748- Fellow, 1748-52. Reading 
clerk, and clerk of the private committee, House of Lords. 
Govemorof Wakefield School, 1787-1800. Usher of the Order 
of the ThIsUe, 1787. Died April, 1800. (M. H. Peacock; 
House of Arnol.) 



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Arnway, John 

ARNWAY, JOHN. M.A. 1632 (Incorp. from OxfcHrd). Of Salop. 
Matric. (Oxford) Dec. 4, 1618, age 18; B.A. 1621-2; M.A. 
1624; D.D. 1642. R. of Hodnet, and Ightfield, Salop, 1635. 
Preb. of Lichfield, 1633. Archdeacon of Coventry, 1642. 
Sequestered and imprisoned. Retired to the Hague, c. 1648, 
and afterwards went as minister to America. Died in Vir- 
ginia, c. 1653. Author, The Tablet: against Milton's /fono- 
clastes. (Al. Oxon.; D.N.B.) 

ARNEWAYE, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from St John's, 
Michs. 1549. (Pedigree of Ameway in Vis. of Shrops.) 

ARRELLS, DOMINUS DE. M.A. 1615 (On King's visit). 

ARRINGTON, LANCELOT. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 
1617. 

ARRIS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, June 29, 
16^9. S. of Edward, Serjeant surgeon to the king. B. in 
Smithfield. School, St Paul's. Matric. 1639; B.A. 1642-3; 
M.D. at Oxford, 1651. Incorp. at Cambridge, 1657. Of Gt 
Munden, Herts. M.P. for St Albans, 1661-79. Hon. fellow 
R.C.P. 1644. Master of the Company of Barber Surgeons. 
(Munk, I. 342; Al. Oxon.) 

ARRONS, . A monk. B.D. 1522-3. 

ARROWSMITH, ALEXANDER. Matric. sizar from Christ's, 
Michs. 1571. 

ARROWSMITH, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar at St Catha- 
rine's, 1628. Of Newcastle. Buried at St Botolph's, Cam- 
bridge, June 6, 1629. 

ARROWSKOTH, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1616. B. at Gateshead, 1602. Scholar, 1618; B.A. 1619-20; 
M.A. from St Catharine's, 1623; B.D. 1633; D.D. 1648. 
Fellow of St Catharine's, 1623-31. Ord. deacon and priest 
(London) Feb. 22, 1623-4. V. of St Nicholas, Lynn, 1631. 
Master of St John's, 1644-53. Vice -Chancellor, 1647-8. 
Regius Professor of Divinity, 1651-6. Master of Trinity, 
1653-9. R. of St Martin, Ironmonger Lane, 1645. Member 
of the Westminster Assembly. Buried in Trinity Chapel, 
Feb. 24, 1658-9. Author,, theological. Father of Thomas 
(1651). (D.N.B. ; Coll. Hist. 131.) 

ARROWSMITH, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 3, 
f663. School, Manchester. Matric. 1663; Scholar, 1664; 
B.A. 1666-7; M.A. 1670. Fellow, 1668. Master of St John's 
Hospital, and R. of St John's, Bedford. Ord. deacon 
and priest (Norwich) Apr. 12, 1675. R. of Papworth St 
Everard, Cambs., 1681. Married, at Milbrook, Beds., Oct. 5, 
1682, Christian Denston. 

ARROWSMYTH, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
May 22, 1706. S. of Joseph, of Bedford (above). School, 
Westminster. 

ARROWSMITH, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 
Oct. 9, 1651. S. of John (1616), D.D., Master of St John's. 
B. at Lynn, Norfolk. School, Hitchin, Herts. Matric. 1651. 
Migrated to Trinity, Jan. 19, 1653-4. B-A. 1655-6; M.A. 
1659. Fellow of Trinity, 1656. V. of N. Weald Basset, 
Essex, 1668. Father of the next. 

ARROWSMITH, THOMAS. Adm. pns. at Trinity, Mar. 1689- 
90. S. of Thomas, R. of N. Weald, Essex.above. Matric.1690; 
Scholar, 1693; B.A. 1693-4; M.A. 1697. Incorp. at Oxford. 
Ord. deacon (London) June 21, 1699; priest (Norwich) 
Dec. 1699. R. of Aldburgh and Starston, Norfolk, 1699-1729. 
Died March 28, 1729, aged 55; buried in Starston Church. 
(Al. Oxon.) 

ARSCOTT, EDMUND. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Emmanuel, Mar. 
1596-7, as Ascott. Matric. 1596. S. of Arthur, of Tetcott, 
Devon. Matric. at Exeter College, Oxford, May 24, 1599, 
aged 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1599-1600. Specially adm. at the 
Inner Temple, 1600. Buried at Tetcott, Oct. i, 1656. (Vis, 
of Devon, 1620; Al. Oxon.) 

ARSCOTT, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Clare, July 4, 1660. Matric. 
1660. 

ARSCOTT, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. i, 1644. 
Of Herts. Matric. 1644. 

ARSLEY (1499). :<« HARSLEY. 

ARSON, ERSON, AYRSON or HARSON, JOHN. B.A. 1535-6; 
M.A. 1539. 

ARSON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Clars, Easter, 1545. 

ARTHINGTON, CYRIL. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Sidney, 
June 29, 1683. 1st s. of Cyril, gent. B. at Milnthorpe, Vorks. 
School, Wakefield. Matric. 1683. J. P. for W. Riding, Yorks. 
F.R.S. 1701. Built Arthington HaU, Leeds. M.P. for Aid- 
borough, 1701-2. Died s.p., 1720. (Thwesby, Ducatus 
Leodiensis, 8.) 

ARTHINGTON or ARDINGTON, HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at 
Christ's, Sept. 30, 1670. S. of Henry. B. at Arthington, 
Yorks. School, York. M.A. 1671 (Lit. Reg.). Probably M.P. 
for Aldborough, Yorks., 1679, as Ardington. Died Feb. 21, 
1681-2. (PeiU, 11. 32.) 



Arundell, George 

ARTHINGTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 

May 24, 1632. S. of Thomas, upholsterer, of London. B. 

there. School, London (private). Matric. 1632; B.A. 1635- 

6; M.A. 1639. 
ARTHINGTON, RALPH. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 

1617. One of these names s. of Serle, of Ardington, Yorks.; 

of Chevet; married Mary Nevill Nov. 10, 1629. (Vis. of 

Yorks.) 
ARTHINGTON, SANDFORD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, 

Apr. 9, 1685. 2nd s. of Cyril, gent. B. at Milnthorp, Yorks. 

School, Wakefield. Matric. 1685; M.B. 1690. Perhaps M.D. 

Of Milford (? Milnthorp). Married, 1695, Frances, dau. of 

Marm. Hickes, of Leeds, Esq. His son inherited the family 

estates from his brotherCyril (1683). Died 1705. (Thoresby, 

Ducatus Leodiensis, 8.) 
ARTHINGTON, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 

1604; B.A. from St Catharine's, 1607-8. 
ARTHINGTON, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall, 

Easter, 1637; Scholar, Jan. 18, 1636-7; B.A. 1639-40. 

One of these names presented to Market Lavington, Wilts., 

Sept. 10, 1646. 
ARTHUR, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Nov. 18, 1703. 

Of Yorkshire. S. of John, of Doncastet. Matric. at Lincoln 

College, Oxford, 1704, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1707; M.A. 

1710. V. of Wadworth, Yorks., 1712-48. Died 1748. Father 

of Charles (1738). (Al. Oxon.; F.M.G. 632.) 
ARTHUR, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at Christ's, Apr. 8, 1738. 

S. of Charles, V. of Wadworth near Doncaster, Yorks., above. 

Matric. 1738. Died in College. Buried at Gt St Andrew's, 

Cambridge, Apr. 4, 1741. (F.M.G. 632.) 

ARTHUR, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, July 3, 

1670. 
ARTHUR, HUGH. B.A. 1476-7. Fellow of Queens', 1484-6. 

ARTHUR, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Easter, 1628. 

S. of Lawrence, of Springfield, Essex. Matric. 1629; B.A. 

1632-3; M.A. 1636; D.D. Oxford, 1660. R. of Clapham, 

Surrey, 1642-62 (ejected). One of these names, 'M.A. and 

D.D.' was Precentor of Leighlin, 1661-8. (Calamy, 11. 445; 

Al. Oxon; Cotton, Fast. Hibern.) 
ARTHUR, OWEN. Adm. sizar at Clare, June 17, 1657. 

Matric. 1657; B.A. 1660-1; M.A. 1664. Ord. deacon and 

priest (Peterb.) Aug. 17, 1662. 
ARTHUR, THOMAS. Of Trinity Hall and Gonville HaU 

(pens. c. 1518). Of Norfolk. B.A. 1512-3; M.A. 1516; 

B.D. 1522-3. Preacher, 1519-20. Fellow of St John's, 1518. 

Principal of St Mary Hostel. Friend of the martyr, Bilney; 

charged with heresy, but recanted. Died at Walsingham, 

1532. Author, Microcosmus, etc. (Cooper, i. 46; D.N.B.) 

ARTHUR, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 7, 1626-7. 
Matric. 1626-7; B.A. 1630-1; M.A. 1634. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) June 1; priest, Sept. 21, 1634. 

ARTUR, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 1565 ; 

B.A. 1568-9. 
ARTIS, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 25) at Caius, Oct. 10, 1717- 
, S. of Samuel, mercer, of Yarmouth. B. there. School, 

Yarmouth. Scholar, 1717; Matric. 1718; B.A. 1721-2; M.A. 

1737- Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 24, 1721 ; priest, May 20, 

1722. V. of Ormesby and Scratby, Norfolk, 1723-74. R. of 

Burgh St Margaret, Norfolk, 1763-74. Died Apr. 20, 1774. 

Will proved (Norwich Archd. C.) 1774. M.I. at Ormesby 

St Margaret. (Venn, 11. 9.) 
ARTSON, WALTER. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 16, 1627. 

Of London. Matric. 1629-30; B.A. 1630-1; M.A. 1634. 
ARTWELL, see HARTWELL. 
ARTWICK, EDWARD, see HARTWICK. 
ARUNDEL, Earl of; see HOWARD, PHILIP. 
ARUNDELL, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 

1632, a scholar from Westminster; B.A. 1635-6; M.A. 1639. 

Fellow, 1637 (ejected c. 1643). 
ARUNDELL, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 

1635. One of these names matric. at Gloucester Hall, Oxford, 

Mar. 31, 1637, 'age 16'; s. of John, of Newland, Cornwall. 

(Al. Oxon.) 
ARUNDELL, FRANCIS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, June 12, 

1669. S. of Francis of Stoke Park. Matric. 1670; M.A. 

1671 (Lit. Reg.). Sheriff of Northants., 1693. Buried Feb. 3, 

1736. Father of the next. (Baker, 11. 244.) 
ARUNDELL, FRANCIS. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Trinity, 

July 28, 1693. S. of Francis, of Stoke Bruem, Northants. 

School, Stoke Bruem. Matric. 1693-4. M.P. for Northamp- 
ton, 1704-10. Buried Dec. 5, 1712. Brother of William 

(1698). (Baker, 11. 244.) 
ARUNDELL, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 

1549. Will proved (V.C.C.) 1554. 



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Arundell, George 

ARUNDELL, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. 12, 1614, 
age 18. S. of Francis, a minister. B. at Cheddar. School, 
Westminster. Matric. 1614. Scholar till his death. Buried at 
St Michael's, Cambridge, Jan. 1614-5. 

ARUNDEL, JOHN DE. University Bedell c. 1355- (Stokes, 

Bedells, 57.) 
ARUNDELL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 

July 4, 1698. 2nd s. of Francis, of Stoke, Northants. M.A. 

1705 (Com. Reg.). Incorp. at Oxford, 1709. Adm. at the 

Middle Temple, Aug. 24, 1698. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) May 

23, 1700; as 'M.A.' Brother of Francis (1693). Died 1718. 

(Baker, 11. 244.) 
ARVILLEUS, CLAUDE. Med. Lie. 1575. M.A. of Paris; Med. 

Lie. of Bologna. 
ARWAKER, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, 

Easter, 1632. Of Essex. B.A. 1635-6; M.A. 1639. V. of 

Little Baddow, Essex, 1647. 

ARWIN, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Christ's, c. 1596. B. at 
Newmarket. Perhaps s. of Thomas (1567). B.A. 1599-1600. 
Ord. deacon (London) March, 1609-10, age 26. C. of 
Homdon on the Hili, Essex. (Peile, i. 223.) 

ARWIN, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Oct. 1567; 
B.A. 1571-2. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 21, 1570. 

ARWIN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Queens', Aug. 12, 1601. 
Of Suffolk. 

ASBURY, HUMPHREY. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Apr. i, 
1678. Of Staffs. Matric. 1681; B.A. i68i-2. 

ASBYE, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1565. 

ASCHAM, ANTHONY. M.B. 1539-40, after eight years study at 
Cambridge. Ord. priest (London) 1553. V. of Bumeston, 
Yorks., c. 1550. R. of Methley, 1552. Author, and noted as 
astrologer. Probably brother of Roger. (Cooper, i. 197; 
D.N.B.) 

ASCHAM, ANTHONY. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 23, 1634, age 16. B. in Boston. Matric. 1634; B.A. 
1638; M.A. 1642. Fellow, 1637-50. Parliamentarian. 
Appointed tutor to James, Duke of York, 1646. Resident 
Minister to Spain, 1649; where he was shortly afterwards 
murdered, at Madrid. (Harwood; D.N.B.) 

ASCHAM, GILES. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1579, 
scholar from Westminster. S. of Roger, tutor to Queen 
Elizabeth. B.A. 1582-3; M.A. 1586; B.D. 1593. FeUow, 
1583-99. Incorp. at Oxford, 1586. V. of Trumpington, 
Cambs., 1590-1. R. of Stoke Fleming, Devon, 1594. R. of 
Duxford St Peter, Cambs., 1595. Died 1596. (Cooper, 11. 
208.) 

ASCHAM, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, June 12, 
1718. S. of Dingley, of Hunts., Sheriff of Cambs. and Hunts., 
1741-2. B. at St Ives. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 1718; 
B.A. 1722-3; M.A. 1726. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 24, 
1727; priest (Peterb.) Mar. 16, 1727-8. C. of Newton and 
Gieddington, Northants. 

ASCHAM, ROGER. B.A. from St John's, 1533-4; M.A. 1537. 
3rd s. of John, steward to Lord Scrope of Bolton. B. at 
Kirby Wiske, Yorks., c. 1315. FeUow of St John's, 1534- 
54. An early student and teacher of Greek. Public Orator, 
1346-54. Tutor to the Princess Elizabeth. Secretary to 
Sir Richard Morysin, ambassador to the Emperor Charles V, 
1550-2; his diary of his travels was published in 1553. 
Latin Secretary to Queen Mary. Married, Jan. i, 1553-4, 
Margaret Howe. Preb. of York, 1559. M.P. for Preston, 
Lanes., 1562. Died Dec. 30, 1568. Author, Toxophilus, The 
Sckolemaster, etc. For a full account see D.N.B. (Cooper, i. 
263.) 

ASCHAM, THOMAS. B.A. 1521-2. ist s. of John, of Kirby 
Wiske, Yorks. Fellow of St John's, 1523. Probably adm. 
at Gray's Inn, 1527. Brother of Roger (1533-4). Died 1544. 

ASK AM, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from St John's, Micbs. 1544. 

ASCHAM, . Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 25, 1633. 

Of Lines. 

ASCOUGH, see AYSCOUGH. 

ASFORBY or ASFORDLEY, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at 
Caius, Mar. 10, 1631-2, age 17. S. of Peregrine, gent. B. at 
Asfordby, Leics. School, Spilsby. Scholar, 1634-9; B.A. 
1635-6; M.A. 1639. R. of Foston, Leics. R. of Mable- 
thorpc. Lines. Preb. of Lincoln, 1660. R. of Cranford, 
Middlesex, 1676-86. Died 1686. (Venn, 1. 303.) 

ASFORBY, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, c. 

1594- 
ASGARBY, JOHN DE. M.A. Chancellor of the University, 

1267. Benefactor. 
ASGILL, JOSHUA (1617), set AISGILL. 
ASH, EDWARD. Adm. at Kino's, a scholar from Eton, 1498. 



Ashbourne, John 

ASH, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Micbs. 1621; 
B.A. 1624. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Nov. 19, 1629. 

ASH, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Magdalknk, Micbs. 1602. 

ASH, JOHN. B.A. 1524-5. 

ASH, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1616. 

ASH, JOHN. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 31) at Christ's, June 3, 
1727. S.ofWilliam. B.atClapham, Yorks. School, Clapham. 
Resided four years. Ord. priest (Lincoln) June, 1728. C. of 
Stickney, Lines. (Peile, 11. 215.) 

ASH, LEONARD. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1663. 

ASH, LEONARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, May 8, 
1699. S. of Robert, gent. B. at York. School, Beverley. 
Matric. 1699; B.A. 1702-3. V. of Knaresborough, Yorks., 
1692-1716. Died Aug. 29, 1716. 

ASH, NATHANIEL. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1639. 
Of Leics. Perhajjs V. of Saltby, Leics., 1671-8. Buried 
there. Mar. 8, 1679. (Nichols, 11. 305.) 

ASH, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 21, 1652. 
School, Charterhouse. Of Leics. Matric. 1652; B.A. 1655-6; 
M.A. 1659. Ord. deacon and priest (Lincoln) Apr. ri, 1661. 
R. of Ewhurst, Sussex, 1668-91. V. of Salehurst, 1681-91. 
Buried at Ewhiu^t, Jan. 6, 1690-1. 

ASHE, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1613. 
Of St Mary Aldermary, London. B.A. 1616-7; M.A. 1620. 
Incorp. at Oxford, 1623. Ord. deacon (London) Mar. 1, 
1617-8, age 21; priest, Dec. 20, 1618. Preb. of Cork, 1626. 

ASHE, ROBERT. M.A. from King's, 1737. S. of James, of 
Bradford, Wilts., gent. Matric. from Pembroke College, 
Oxford, Apr. 12, 1727, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1731-2. Per- 
haps V. of Langley Burrell, Wilts. Died Jan. 4, 1774. (Al. 
Oxon.) 

ASH, ROGER. B.A. 1510-1; M.A. 1513-4. Fellow of St John's, 
15 16. Proctor, 1518-9. 

ASH, ROWLAND. Adm. pens, at Clare, Sept. i, 1729. B. in 
Antigua, W. Indies. Matric. 1729. 

ASH, SIMEON. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Apr. 1613. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) Oct. 5; priest, Oct. 6, 1619. Ejected from 
a living in Staffs. Chaplain to the Earl of Manchester. 
Lecturer at Comhill, and R. of St Austin's, 1655-62. One 
of the divines who went to Breda, to meet Charles II. Died 
Aug. 23, 1662. .Author of sermons. (D.N.B.; Calamy, i. 85.) 

ASH, SIMEON. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, July 2, 1680. Of 

Derbs. Matric. 1681; B.A. 1683-4. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 

1684; priest, 1685. R. of Bloxholme, Lines. 1689-91. V. of 

Salehurst, Sussex, 1691-1727. Buried there, Nov. 4, 1727. 

(W. C. Renshaw.) 
ASH, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Apr. 30, 1723. S. of 

Timothy, Esq., of Paston, Northants. Matric. 1724. One of 

these names was Lord of the Manor of Peverel, Paston. 

Sheriff of Northants. (A. Gray.) 
ASSHALL, ANTHONY. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 

1548. Of Lanes. B.A. 1551-2, as Ashaw. Fellow, 1552. 
ASHALL, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Queens', Mar. 9, 1589-90. 

Of Lanes. B.A. 1593-4. Probably R. of Swettenham, 

Cheshire, 1605. 
ASHALL, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Sept. 4, 1651. 

Of Lines. Matric. 165 1. 
ASHBOLD or ASHBOLE, HENRY. Matric. pens, from St 

John's, Easter, 1622; B.A. 1625-6; M.A. 1629. Incorp. at 

Oxford, 1628. 
ASHBOLD, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Easter, 

1562; B.A. 1564-5; M.A. 1568. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1566. 

Proctor, 1571. D.D. from Peterhouse, 1594. Ord. deacon 

(Elv) Mar. 23, 1566-7; priest, Sept. 27, 1567. V. of Gt 

She'lford, Cambs., 1569-73. R. of St Peter's, Comhill, 1575- 

1622. R. of St Michael's, Comhill, 1587-1622. Died 1622. 

(Vis. of London, 1634, under Archbold.) 
ASHBORNE, ALEXANDER. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, 

Jan. 16, 1629-30. Of Cambs. Matric. 1629-30; B.A. 1634-5. 

Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Feb. 18, 1637-8; priest. Mar. 10, 

1638-9. V. of Burton-on-Stather, Lines., 1642. 

ASHBRIDGE, . B.A. 1495-6. 

ASHBURNE, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 

1562. S. of Christopher, V. of Halifax, Yorks. B.A. 1566-7; 

M.A. 1570. Ord. deacon (Ely) June 2, 1570. V. of Halifax, 

1573-83. Died July 18, 1583. 
ASHBOURNE, GEORGE. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 

1569. One of these names R. of Little Tey, Essex, 1607-10. 

ASHBOURNE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Emmanuel, Michs. 
1625; B.A. 1629-30; M.A. 1633. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Apr. 
24, 1630. R. of Norton by Woolpit, Suffolk, 1646. Father of 
the next, and of ^amucl (1654). 



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Ashbourne, John 

ASHBURNE, JOHN. Adra. sizar (age i6) at Pembroke, Apr. 17, 
1668. S. of John, of Woolpit, Suffolk, clerk, above. Matric. 
1668; B.A. 1671-2. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) May 25, 1673. 

ASHBURNE, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at Trinity, May 11, 1666. 
Matric. 1666-7; B.A. 1669-70. Ord. priest (Norwich) 
Sept. 1672. V. of Birstall, Yorks., 1675-80. 

ASHBURNE, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar (age 15) at St John's, 
Apr. 4, 1654. S. of John (1625), R. of Norton, Suffolk. B. at 
Glentworth, Lines. School, Ipswich. B.A. 1657-8; Lie. 
Med. from Trinity, 1662. Brother of John (1668). 

ASHBOURNE, SOLOMON. .4dm. sizar at Emmanuel, Nov. 24, 
1659. Of Lines. Matric. 1660; B.A. 1663-4; M.A. 1667. 
R. of Kirkby Laythori)e, Linc^., 1665. V. of Asgarby, 1665. 
V. of Crowle, 1669. 

ASHBURNE, SOLOMON. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, 
Apr. 22, 1664. S. of John, deceased, of Monk Soham, Suffolk. 
B. there. School, Ipswich. Matric. 1664; B.A. 1667-8. V. of 
Dullingham, Cambs., 1670. Died Jan. 13, 1712. 

ASSHEBURNE, THOMAS. Scholar at Corpus Ciiristi, sup- 
ported by Bishop of Nonvich, c. 1380. (Coll. Hist. 25.) 

ASHBURNER, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 20) at St John's, 
June 5, 1646. S. of Richard, of Glasson, Lanes. B. there. 
School, Giggleswick. Matric. 1646. 

ASHBURNER, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 21) at Pembroke, 
June 5, 1699. S. of John, of Millom, Cumberland. School, 
St Be«s. Matric. 1699; B.A. 1702-3; M.A. 1706. Fellow, 
1703. Moderator, 1708. Taxor, 1709. Proctor, 1722-3. 
Incorp. at Oxford, 1711. Ord. deacon (Ely) May 19, 1706; 
priest (London) Sept. 21, 1707. V. of Chrishall, Essex, 1712. 
V. of Wendy, Cambs., 1718-36. Buried there, Oct. 20, 1736. 
{Al. Oxon.; E. Anglian, x. 137.) 

ASHBURNHAM, CHARLES. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1744. 
School, Charterhouse. Of Sussex. S. of Sir Charles, Bart. 
Matric. 1745; B.A. 1747-8; M.A. 1756. V. of Cowfold, 
Sussex, 1755. V. of W. Firley, 1755. V. of Cuckfield, 1761. 
Preb. of Chichester, 1761. Died E>ec. 16, 1800. 

ASHBURNHAM, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Peterhouse, 
July 3, 1619. S. of Sir John of Ashbumham, Sussex, Knt. 
Adm. at Gray's Inn, March 3, 1617-8. Groom of the Bed- 
chamber, 1628. M.P. for Hastings, 1628, 1640; expelled for 
adherence to the King, 1643. Imprisoned in Windsor Castle, 
1648, and again subsequently. After the Restoration he 
was attached to the Household of Charles II and was M.P. 
for Sussex, 1661-1667. Died June 15, 1671. (D.N.B.; T.A. 
Walker, 13.) 

ASHBURNHAM, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 14) at Peter- 
house, May 20, 1670. S. of William and Grandson of John, 
the Groom of the Chamber to King Charles, above. M.A. 
{Lit. Reg.) 1671. Created Baron Ashbumham, May 20, 1689. 
M.P. for Hastings, 1674-81, 1685-7, 1688. Gustos Rotu- 
lorum of Brecknock, 1702. Died Jan. 22, 1709-10. IT. A. 
Walker, 142.; G.£.C.) 

ASHBURNHAM, Earl of. Adm. as nobleman at Clare, 
May 28, 1741. John, s. of John, ist Earl of Ashbumham. 
B. 1724. Matric. 1741; LL.D. 1749. Succeeded as 2nd Earl, 
1737. Died Apr. 8, 1812. Buried at Ashbumham. (G.E.C.) 

ASHBURNHAM, WILLIAM. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1728. 
Of Sussex. S. of Sir Charles, Bart. B. 1710. Matric. 1728; 
B.A. 1732-3; M.A. 1734 (Lit. Reg.); D.D. 1749. Fellow, 
1733-5- R. of Gamston, Notts. R.of Cromwell, Notts., 1735. 
V. of Bexhill, Sussex, till 1797. R. of Guestling, 1743-97. 
Chaplain of Chelsea College, 1737. Chaplain to the King. 
Dean of Chichester, 1741. Bishop of Chichester, 1754-97. 
Succeeded as Bart. 1762. Died Sept. 4, 1797. Author, Ser- 
mons. {Masters; G.E.C.) 

ASHBY, CHARLES. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 12, 1650, age 16. S. of Sir John, Bart. Matric, as 
'Astey,' X650; B.A. 1654-5; M.A. 1658. Fellow, 1653-63. 
R. of Toft. R. of Haddiscoe, Norfolk, 1662-99. Died 
1699. M.I. at Haddiscoe to his wife Elizabeth, dau. of 
Sam. Harvey, of Vange, Essex. (Le Neve, Mon. iv. 146.) 

ASHBYE, CHENEY. Matric. pens, from Clark, Michs. 1564. 

ASHBY, EUSEBIUS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, July 2, 
1679. S. of George, of Quenby, Leics. School, St Albans. 
Matric. 1681; Scholar, 1683- B.A. 1683-4; M.A. 1687. 
Of Blaby, Leics., Esq. Died Dec. 29, 1741. M.I. at Blaby. 
{Nichols, IV. 54.) 

ASSHEBYE, FRANCIS. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Easter, 
1551. One of these names, of Coston, Leics., s. of Edward; 
adm. at the Inner Temple, 1553. 

ASHBY, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall, Easter, 
1550. Ord. priest (Lincoln) Apr. 24, 1562: 'bred in the 
schools.' Perhaps V. of Thursington, Leics. 

ASHBY, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Trinity, 1398. S. of 
George, of Quenby, Esq., Sheriff of Leicestershire. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Nov. 1601. Of Quenby, Esq. Died July r, 
i6S3> ^S^d 73- Brother of William (1604). (Burke, L.G.) 



AsHBY 

ASHBEY, GEORGE. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, Sept. 11, 

1673. S.ofGeorgeof Quenby, Leics. B.J656. M.A. 1675 (/,»<. 
Reg.). Of Quenby, Leics., Esq. Adm. at Gray's Inn, June 29, 

1674. M.P. for Co. Leicester, 1695, 1707. High Sheriff, 1689 
and 1699. Buried Feb. 11, 1728, at Hungerton. {Nichols, 
III. 300; Burke, L.G.) 

ASHBY, GEORGE. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Clare, Oct. 12, 1703. 

S. of George, of Quenby, Leics. B. in London, 1685. Matric. 

1705 ; M.A. 1705 {Com. Reg.). Buried Dec. 6, 1721. {Nichols, 

III. 300.) 
ASHBY, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, Nov. i, 

1740. S. of Edmund, gent., of Middlesex (citizen and 

Merchant Taylor). B. at Clerkenwell, London. School, 

Westminster. Matric. 1740-1; B.A. 1744-5; M.A. 1748; 

B.D. 1756. Fellow, 1748. President, 1767-75. F.S.A. 1775. 

Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 1746; priest (Ely) May 24, 1752. 

R. of Himgarton, Leics., 1757-169. R. of Twyford, 1757-66. 

R. of Barrow, Suffolk, 1774. R. of Stansfield, 1780. Known 

as an antiquary. Died at Barrow, June 12, 1808. M.I. there. 

{D.N. B.; Nichols, in. 300.) 

ASHBY, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Trinity, 1598. B.A. 
1602-3; M.A. 1606. Probably 2nd s. of George of Quenby, 
Leics., and brother of William (1604) and George (1598). 
{Nichols, III. 299.) 

ASHBY, JOHN DE. Adm. as ' King's scholar' at Cambridge, 
1329; 'Ashwyk,' in 1332. 

ASHBY, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1447. 

ASHBY, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1576. 

ASHBY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Christ's, June 24, 
1692. S. of Thomas. B. at Albury, Herts. School, Stortford. 
M.B. 1699. 

ASHBY, PETER. B.Civ.L. 1506-7. One of these names R. 
of Scrayingham, Yorks., 1514-66. Died 1566. 

ASHBY, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Feb. 10, 1741-2. 

Of Thorpe Satchville, Leics. S. of William. Matric. 1742; 

Scholar; B.A. 1745-6. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Feb. 23, 

1745-6; priest. May 25, 1746. R. of Barwell, Leics., 1746-57. 

Brother of Samuel (1744). 
ASHBY, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from King's, Lent, 1579-80. 

One of these names, of Harefield, Middlesex, adm. at the 

Inner Temple, Nov. 1581. ists. of George, of Breakspears, 

Middlesex. Knighted, 1603. Diedi6i8. Buried at Harefield, 

Mar. 20. (Burke, Ext. Bart.) 
ASHBY, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, May 28, 

1744- S. of William, of Thorpe Satchville, Leics. School, 

Melton, Leics. Matric. 1744; Scholar, 1746; B.A. 1747-8. 

Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 5, 1748; priest. May 21, 1749. 

R. of Barwell, Leics., 1757, succeeding his brother Richard 

(the father was patron). Died Oct. 23, 1778. M.I. at Barwell. 

(A. Gray; Nichols, iv. 479.) 
ASHBY, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1452 ; 

M.A. 1459-60; B.D. 1475-6. R.ofSt Peter, Comhill, London, 

1476-8. Died 1478. 

ASHBY, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1490. 
ASHBIE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1604. 

ASHEBY, THOMAS. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Mar. 25, 

1609. 
ASHBY, THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at St John's, 

Apr. 22, 1712. S. of John, citizen of London. B. there. 

School, Edmonton. Matric. 1713. One of these names M.P. 

for St Albans, 1734-43. Died Jan. 29, 1742-3. 

ASHBY, WARING. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Jan. 8, 
1717-S. Of Quenby, Leics. S. of George (1673). HigbSheriff 
for Leicestershire, 1733. Died Oct. 25, 1770. (Burke, L.G. ; 
Nichols, III. 300.) 

ASHBY, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Michs. 
1551. S. of Everard, of Loseby, Leics. Studied also in Paris. 
(No B.A.) M.A. 1566. Incorp. at Oxford, 1566. Adm. at 
Grays Inn, 1556. M.P. for Grantham, 1586. Employed 
politically by Secretary Walsingham. Ambassador to Scot- 
land, 1588. Retired, Jan. 1589-90. Died Dec. 1593. {Cooper, 
II. 80, and III. 66.) 

ASHBY, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1604. 
Perhaps 3rd s. of George of Quenby. B.A. 1608-9; M.A. 
1612. Fellow. Taxor, 1631. Wm proved (V.C.C.) 1635. Per- 
haps brother of George (1598) and Henry (1602-3). 

ASHBY or ASHLEY, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, 
June 23, 1664. Matric. 1665; B.A, 1668-9, as Ashley. 

ASHBY, WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
1728. S. of William. B. at Leighford, Staffs. Matric. 1729; 
B.A. 1732; M.A. 1737. Fellow, 1732. Chaplain to one of 
H.M. ships; died abroad, 1742. 

ASHBY, . B.A. 1512-3. 



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AsHCROFT, John 

ASHCROFT, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age i8) at St John's, Sept. ii, 

1707. S. of Edward, ^azier. B. at Wiggenball, Norfolk. 

School, Bedford. Matnc. 1708; B.A. 1711-2. Ord. deacon 

(London) Mar. 22, 1712-3; priest (Lincoln) Aug. 15, 1714. 

R. of Hagworthingham, Lines. R. of Fishtoft, 1717. 
ASHCROFT, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Peterhousb, 

Easter, 1615; B.A. 1618. 
ASHCROFT, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Clare, Jan. 21, 1685-6. 

Of Paxton, Hunts. Matric. 1686; B.A. 1689-90; M.A. 1693. 

Fellow, 1692-1708. Ord. priest (St Asaph) Nov. 18, 1694. 

R. of Hagworthingham, Lines., 1718. V. of Mansfield 

Woodhouse, Notts. 
ASHCROFT, TOWERS. Adm. sizar at Clare, Feb. 2, 1704-5. 

B. at Haddenbam, Isle of Ely. Matric. 1705; B.A. 1708-9; 

M.A. 1712. R. of Meppershall, Beds., 1714-31. Died Mar. 9, 

1765. 
ASSHEDEN, ROBERT. Resident pensioner at Jesus, 1533. 

(A. Gray.) 
ASHDON, LAURENCE. B.Can.L. 1484-5. 

ASHDON, . B.A. 1472-3. 

ASHDOWNE, JOHN. Cluniac monk. Studied Canon Law at 

Cambridge seven years. B. and D.Can.L. at Oxford, 1506; 

perhaps as incorporating. Prior of Lewes till 1532. {Cooper, 

I. 46.) 
ASHEN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, May 15, 

1661. S. of John, brewer, of Homdon-on-the-Hill, Essex. 

B. there. School, Brentwood. Matric. 1661; B.A. 1664-5; 

M.A. 1668. Died 1681, aged 41. {E. Anglian, 11. 321.) 

ASSHENDEN, THOMAS. Scholar at King's Hall, 1385. Left 

Dec. 13, 1392. 
ASSHENDEN, THOMAS. Scholar at King's Hall, 1408-22; 

'bachelor' of Divinity or Law in 1420 
ASHENDEN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, 

June 5, 1665. S. of Christopher, of Canterbury. B. there. 

School, Wye. Matric. 1665; B.A. 1668-9; M.A. 1672. 

Fellow, 1670. Ord. priest (Ely) June 20, 1675. R. of 

Dingley, Northants., 1675-83. Pteb. of Armagh, 1686-1723. 

Died 1723. 
ASSHENDEN, WILLIAM. Scholar at King's Hall, 1390. 

S. of Thomas, of Dartmouth. Called 'bachelor,' 1409. Died 

Aug. 10, 1420. 
ASH^HURST, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, 

Oct. 20, 174^. S. of James, of Park Hall, Staffs. School, 

Eton. Brother of James (1743). 
ASHENHURST, FRANCIS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 

June 16, 1656. S. of Randolph, Esq., of Beard, Glossop, 

Derbs. B. there. School, Macclesfield, Cheshire. Matric. 

1656. One of these names matric. at St Alban Hall, Oxford, 

May 3, 1659. {Al. Oxon.) 
ASHENHURST, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 

Jan. 13, 1742-3. S. of James, of Park Hall, StaSs. School, 

Eton. Brother of Edward (1743). 
ASHETONHURST, RALPH. Matric. sizar from Trinity, 

Michs. is8o. One of these names of Glossop Dale, Derbs. 

(Vis. of Derbs., 1662.) 
ASHENHURST, RALPH. Adm. pens, at Jesws, March 16, 

1686-7. Of Beard, Derbs. Matric. 1687. Migr. to Peter- 
house, May 4, 1690; Scholar there, 1690. 
ASHENHURST, WARD GREY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 

Trinity, Mar. 24, 1702-3. (S. of Francis, of Kingswinford, 

Staffs., Archdeacon. From Pembroke College, Oxford'; 

matric. there, June 2, 1701.) Scholar, 1703; Matric. 1704; 

B.A. 1704-5; M.A. 1708; M.D. 1715. Fellow, 1707. 
ASHFIELD, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 

Aug. 20, 1694. 
ASHFIELD, EDMUND. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 

Easter, 1554. Probably 3rd 8. of John, of Stowlangtoft, 

Suffolk. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1561. Of Sbimpling Hall, 

Suffolk, Esq. Perhaps knighted 1570. (Foster, Gray's Inn.) 
ASHFIELD, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 

Easter, 1554. 

ASHFIELD, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 

Aug. 13, 1541, age i8. B. atHedgerley, Bucks. Leftc. 1543. 
ASHFIELD, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, Michs. 

1554. One of these names, ». of Robert, of Stowlangtoft, 

adm. at Middle Temple, Feb. 7, 1561. 
ASHEFYLD, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1578. 
ASHFIELD, JOHN. M.A. 1612. 
ASHEFIELD, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from St Edmund's 

Hostel, Michs. 1544. 
ASHEFYLD, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 

1578. 
ASSHEFYLDE, WILLIAM. Matric. dzar from St Edmund's 

Hostel, Michs. 1544 



AsHPOOL, Elisha 

ASHEFELD, . Adm. scholar at Trinity, 1554. 

ASHLEBYE, JAMES. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1566. 

ASHLEY, see also ASTLEY. 

ASHLEY, ANDREW (1583-4); ste ASTELL. 

ASHLEY, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 
1567; B.A. 1571-2. 

ASHLEY or ASTLEY, HERBERT. Matric. sizar from Magda- 
lene, Michs. 1638; B.A. 1641-2. Preb. of Norwich, 1663; 
Dean, 1670-81. R. of Themelthorpe and Foulsham, Nor- 
folk, 1660. Died June 8, 1681. According to Wood {Fasti 
Oxon. 137) his real name was Ashley, s. of Herbert, of Ply- 
mouth. He supplicated for D.D. at Oxford. He was patronised 
by the Astley family, of Norfolk, with whom he claimed rela- 
tionship. Wood caUs him LL.D. of Cambridge. 

ASHELEY or ASTLEY, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Clare, 
Michs. 1571; B.A. 1574-5; M.A. from Magdalene, 1580. 

ASHLEY or ASTLEY, JOHN. B.A. from Jesus, 1579-80; M.A. 
1583, as Atchlie. According to Cooper (11. 182) he was a son 
of John Astley (1564). One of these names R. of Bodney, 
Norfolk, 1581, and also R. of Langford. 

ASHELEY, JOHN. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Magdalene, Easter, 
1582. One of these names M.P. for Maidstone, 1588. 

ASHLEY, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, Easter, 1620. 
Matric. 1621; B.A. 1624; M.A. 1628. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
May 23, 1624; priest (Norwich), May 20, 1627. C. of Elmsett, 
Suffolk. 

ASHLEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 5, 1635. Matric. 
1635; B.A. 1639-^40; M.A. 1643. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
Sept. 24, 1643; priest, Feb. 22, 1645-6. Minister at Histon, 
Cambs., 1649; Vicar, 1661-94. Buried there, Dec. 28, 1694. 

ASHLEY, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, May 25, 
1676. S. of Edward, yeoman, of Betton, Salop. B. there. 
School, Market Drayton. Matric. 1676; B.A. 1679-70. 

ASHLEY, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1562. 

ASHLEY, ROBERT. Matric. Fell. -Com. from Trinity, Easter, 

1572- 
ASHLEY, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 

Sept. 1, 1501, age 17. B. in London. B.A. 1505-6; M.A. 1509; 

D.D. 1516-7. Ord. priest (Lincoln) Feb. 23, 1509-10. Lady 

Margaret preacher, 1519; Professor, 1521. Died 1532; 

buried in King's chapel. {Cooper, i. 46.) 

ASHLEY, THOMAS. ' M.A. from Magdalene, Cambridge,' incorp. 

at Oxford, Nov. 21, 1595. Perhaps a mistake for Ayloe. 

{A I. Oxon.) 
ASHLEY, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1601. 

ASHLEY, THOMAS. Matric. F«ll.-Com. from Trinity, Michs. 
1619. 

ASHLEY, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Pembroke, Feb. 1, 
1638-9. S. of William. B. at Cambridge. Matric. 1639; B.A. 
1642-j; M.A. 1648. I'robably the minister, ejected from 
Rastnck, Vorks., 1662; afterwards preacher at Hull. Died 
Apr. 4, 1695. One of these names R. of Cucklington, Somer- 
set., 1662-74. R. of Pen Selwood, 1665-74. Died 1674. 
(Calamy, 11. 571.) 

ASHLEY, WILLIAM. B.A. 1668-9; see ASHBY. 

ASHLEY, . B.A. 1479-80. 

ASHMALL or ASMALL or ASPINALL, ALEXANDER. Matric. 
sizar from Queens', Michs. 1570. Of Lines. B.A. 1574-5. 
One of these names was the defendant in a suit brought by 
Laurence Aspinall in 1597-8. The burial of this Alexander 
is recorded in the Blackburn Par. Reg. Lanes., Mar. 17, 
1601. (The Genealogist, N.S. xxxv. 215.) 

ASHMAN, THOMAS. B.A. 1459-60; M.A. 1463; B.D. 1469-70. 

Fellow of King's Hall, 1470-91. 
ASHMOLE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, Mar. 13, 

1693-4. S. of Matthew, attorney. B. at Beverley, Vorks. 

School, Beverley. Matric. 1694-5; M.B. 1699. 

ASHMORE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, May 9, 
1662. S. of Alexander. B. at Burton-on-Trent. School, 
Repton. Matric. 1662. Migr. to Peterhouse, Apr. 22, 1664. 
B.A. 1665-6. R. of Overstrand, Norfolk, and V. of Cromer, 
1670. R. of Sidestrand, 1680. Died 1712. (P«»/*, i. 599.) 

ASHNER, . Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1544. 

ASHPOOL, EDMUND. Adm. sizar at Trinity, July 5, 1654. 

Of Cambridge. Bom in St Michael's parish Apr. 1637. 

School, Petse. Matric. 1656. 
ASHPULL, ELISHA. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Michs. 1619; 

B.A. 1622-3. 
ASHPULL, ELISHA. B.A. from Christ's, 1636-7. Perhaps 

R. of Ysceiflog, FlinU., 1662-97. 



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AsHPooL, Ellys 

ASHPOOLE, EIXYS. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Oct. 17, 1682. 
Of Essex. Matric. 1683-4; B.A. 1686-7; M.A. 1698. Ord. 
priest (London) Sept. 20, 1691. Master of Brentwood 
Grammar School. 

ASHPOOL, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, Mar. 13, 
1703-4. S. of John, gent. B. at Llandumogg, Denbigh. 
School, Ruthin, Denbigh. Matric. 1704. 

ASHPOOLE, PERCIVAL. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, June 18, 
1728. Of Essex. Matric. 1728; B.A. 1731-2; M.A. 1735. 

ASHTON, ABOI AS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Lent, 1577-8. 
Of Lanes. S. of John (1547), R. of Middleton. Bapt. there, 
Nov. I, 1563. B.A. 1581-2; M.A. 1585; B.D. 1592. Fellow, 
1590. Ord. deacon and priest (Peterb.) Mar. 8, 1590-1. 
Chaplain to Earl of Essex. R. of Halesworth, Suffolk, 1606- 
16. R. of Slaidbum, Yorks., 1615-9. R.of Middleton, Lanes., 
1618-33. Died Nov. 8, 1633. 

ASHTON, ABEL. Matric. pens, from St John's, Lent, 1577-8. 

ASHTON, ANTHONY. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1621; 
B.A. 1624-5; M.A. 1628. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Apr. 2, priest, 
Apr. 3, 1626. Master of Doncaster Grammar school, 1627- 
32. Buried Sept. 28, 1632. 

ASHTON, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at Queens', May 18, 1682. 
Of Derbs. S. of Robert, of Bradway, Norton, Derbs. Bapt. 
May 25, 1665. Matric. 1682; B.A. 1685-6; M.A. 1689; B.D. 
1697; D.D. from Jesus, 1702. Fellowof Jesus, 1687. Incorp. 
at Oxford, 1693. Chaplain to Bishop Patrick, of Ely. R. 
of Quy, Cambs., 1692-9. R. of Rattenden, Essex, 1698. 
Preb. of Ely, 1701-52. Master of Jesus College, July 5, 
1701-52. Vice-Chancellor, 1702-3. Classical and theological 
scholar. Died Mar. 26, 1752. WiU proved (V.C.C.) 1752. 
(D.N.B. ; A. Gray.) 

ASHTON, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 

1582. 
ASHTON, EDMUND. B.Civ.L. 1476-7. 
ASHTON, EDMUND. B.Can.L. 1492. 

ASHTON or HASCHTON, EDMUND. B.A. 1514-5 ; M.A. 1519, as 
Edward; B.D. 1525-6. Of Ely diocese. Fellow of Jesus, 
1517-27. Ord. acolyte (Ely) Dec. 19, 1517. Died Nov. 15, 
1527. Will (V.C.C.) 1528. Cranmer was one of his exors. 

ASHTON, EDMUND. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 

1562. 
ASHTON, EDMUND. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, Michs. 

1602. S. of Walter, of Spalding. B.A. 1605-6; M.A. 1609. 

Ord. deacon and priest (Lincoln) Dec. 22, 1611. R.of Dowsby, 

Lines., 161 1. Died 1657. Perhaps brother of Walter (1606). 

{Lines. Pedigrees.) 

ASHTON, EDWARD. B.Can.L. 1476-7. 

ASHTON, EDWARD. B.A.^1517-8; M.A. 1521. 

ASHTON, EDWARD. B.A. from Queens', 1569-70. S. of 
Arthur, of Rochdale. Incorp. at Oxford, 1571-2 ; M.A. 1573, 
as Aston. Of UniversityCollege, Oxford, 1573. R.of Middle- 
ton, Lanes., 1584-1618. Buried July 8, 1618. {Al. Oxon.) 

ASHTON, HENRY. Adm.sizar (age 18) at Magdalene, June 3, 
1703. S. of Robert, clerk (1677). B. at Manchester. School, 
Manchester. Matric. 1704; B.A. 1706-7; M.A. 1710. 

ASHTON, HUGH. M.A. at Oxford, 1507. B.Can.L. (Cambridge) 
1507. Of Lanes. Canon of Westminster, 1509. Archdeacon 
of Winchester, 1511-9. Archdeacon of Cornwall, 1515. 
Preb. of York, 1515. Archdeacon, W. Riding, Yorks., 
1515. Chancellor of Durham. R. of Grasmere, Westmorland. 
R. of Bamack, Lichfield. R. of Burton Latimer, Northants., 
1522. He was a great benefactor to St John's College. 
According to Baker he died Nov. 23, 1522. Buried at York. 
(Cooper, I. 26; D.N.B.) 

ASHETON, JAMES. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Lent, 1579-80. 
B.A. from St Catharine's, 1582-3; M.A. from Clare, 1586; 
B.D. 1593. S. of Richard, of Spalding. V. of Moul ton. Lines., 
1593-1620, and schoolmaster there. Married Alice, dau. of 
Tho. Larkin, M.D. Buried Sept. 18, 1620. {Lines. Pedigrees; 
Genealogist, 11. 329; Cooper, 11. 445.) 

ASHTON, JAMES. Matric. sizar from St John's, c. 1591. Of 
Lanes. B.A. (? 1594-5); M.A. 1598; B.D. 1606. Fellow, 1603. 
R. of Halesworth, Suffolk, 1616. One of these names V. of 
Hemel Hempstead, Herts., 1644. 

ASHTON, JAMES. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Feb. 13, 
1670-1. Matric. 1671; LL.B. 1675. One of these names, 
S. and h. of John, of Co. Carlow, adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Aug. 7, 1673. 

ASHTON, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, Oct. 30, 
1744. S. of Aaron, wigmaker, of London. School, West- 
minster. Matric. 1745. Found dead in his rooms. Mar. 9, 
1745-6; supposed to have been murdered by a fellow 
student. {Scott-Mayor, lu. 346.) 



AsHTON, Ralph 

ASHTON, JOHN. B.A. 1537-8; M.A 1540. Fellow of Queens', 
1538-40. Perhaps R. of Lees-Magna, Essex, 1542-68. Died 
1568. 

ASHTON, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1547; 
B.A. 1549-50; M.A. 1553. S. of Sir Richard, of Middleton. 
Fellow, 1551. Ord. deacon (Ely) July 7, 1560; priest (London) 
Aug. 24; 1560, age 36. R. of Middleton, Lanes., 1559-84. 
Buried there, Oct. 9, 1584. Father of Abdias (1577). 

ASHTON, JOHN. B.A. from Emmanuel, 1604-5. 

ASHTON, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Easter, 1624 . 

ASHTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Magdalene, Sept. 1, 1645, age 
17. S. of Robert, of Shipley, Lanes., gent. Matric. 1645. 
Adm. at Gray's Inn, Aug. 2, 1647. Barrister, 1658. Married 
Sarah Lever, of Keisal, Lanes. (Foster, Gray's Inn.) 

ASHTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, and Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Caius, 
July, 1660. S. of Ralph, Esq. B. at Middleton, Lanes. At 
school there, and at Almondbury, Yorks. Matric. 1660. Of 
Bum, Yorks., Esq. {Venn, 1. 409; Vis. of Lanes., 1664.) 

ASHTON, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 22) at Magdalene, May 20, 
1668. S. of John, of Altrin^am, Cheshire. School, Hope, 
Derbs. Matric. 1669; B.A. 1671-2. 

ASHTON, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Apr. 15, 
1680. S. of Robert, gent. B. at Bradwell, Derbs. School, 
Dronfield. Matric. 1680; B.A. 1683-4. 

ASHTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, June 26, 
1739. S. of Francis, schoolmaster, of Lanes, (usher of 
Lancaster school, for nearly 50 years). B. in Lancaster. At 
school under his father, and at Preston and Eton. Matric 
1739. Migrated to Trinity, Feb. 20, 1 74 1. Scholar, 1741; B.A. 
1742-3; M.A. 1746. Fellow, 1745. R. of Aldingham, Lanes., 
1749-59- Died Mar. 13, 1759. Brother of Thomas (1733). 
{Scott-Mayor, iii. 501.) 

ASHTON, LAURENCE. B.Can.L. 1475-6 {^ Grace ol 1466-7). 
Perhaps V. of Eastwood, Essex, 1486-1504. V. of Shopland, 
1490-9. Died 1504. 

ASHTON, NICHOLAS. B.A. 1533-4; M.A. 1538; B.D. 1547. Of 
Gt Lever, Lanes. S. of Ralph. Fellow of Christ's, 1540-53. 
Lady Margaret preacher, 1551. V. of Kendal, Westmorland, 
1551-62. R. of Whichford, Warws., 1557. Died 1582, 
Sept. 30. (Coo/»«r, I. 459; Petle, i. 22; Vis. of Lanes., 1567.) 

ASHTON, PETER. B.A. 1515-6; M.A. 1519. S. of Peter, of Old 
Weston, Himts. Fellow of Christ's, 1523-8. R. of TiUing- 
ham, Essex, 1540-8. R. of Houghton, Hunts., 1537-48. 
Preb. of Lincoln, 1542-8. Apparently the same man was 
licensed for medical practice, 1533. Fellow of the R.C.P. 
1542. Censor, 1543. In his will (P.C.C, 154.8) he is described 
as a Master in Chancery; and refers to his brother John, 
R. of Lees Magna, Essex. He may be the same as the classical 
translator recorded in the D.N.B. {Peile, i. 11; Munk.) 

ASHTON, PETER. B.A. 1539-40; M.A. from Peterhouse, 
1543; B.D. 1550. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1543-53. 

ASHTON, PETER. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1586. 

ASHTON, PETER. Scholar of Trinity, 1605. S. of Thomas, of 
Shillington, Beds. B.A. 1605-6; M.A. 1609; D.D. 1637 {Lit. 
Reg.). Fellow, 1608. Vice-Master, 1637. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) Sept. 18; priest, Sept. 19, 1613. Taxor, 1619. Proc- 
tor, 1630-1. Will proved (V.C.C.) 1638. R. of Helmingham, 
Suffolk, 1619-33. {Vis. of Beds., 1634.) 

ASHTON, PETER. B.A. from Trinity, 1608-9; M.A. 1612. 

ASHTON, PETER. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Pembroke, May 16, 
1662. S. of Peter, dishmaker, of Newton Heath. B. at 
Droylsden, Lanes. School, Manchester. Matric. 1662; B.A. 
1665-6; M.A, 1669. V. of Elland, Yorks., 1667-98. Died 
Oct. 30, 1698. M.I. at Elland. (Mumford, Manch. Gr. Sch.) 

ASHETON, PETER. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Peterhouse, 
July 1, 1693. Of Yorks. School, Barkisland, Yorks. Matric. 
1694-5; B.A. 1696-7. V. of St James, Milnrow, Lanes., 
1702-18. Died Aug. 5, 1718. M.I. at Elland. {Yorks. Arch, 
and Top. Journal, x. 106.) 

ASHTON, PETER. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, Apr. 5, 
1703. S. of William, of London. School, St Paul's. NIatric. 
1703; Scholar, 1705. 

ASHTON, RALPH. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Sidney, May 22, 1614. 
Matric. 1614; M.A. 1614-5 (on Kindt's visit). Incorp. at 
Oxford, 1616. S. of Sir Richard of Middleton, Lanes., Knt. 
Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 24, 1614. M.P. for CUtheroe, 1625, 
and possibly also 1640; but see Randolph. {Al. Oxon.; Vis. 
of Lanes., 1613.) 

ASHTON, RALPH. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Sept. 8, 1684. S. of 
Richard, of Cuerdale, Lanes., Esq. Bapt. at Walton, Nov. 16, 
1666. Matric. 1684; Scholar, 1686. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 
Nov. 24, 1684. Of Downham and Cuerdale, Lanes. Married 
Sarah, dau. of Tilston Bruen, of Hoghton. (A. Gray; Al. 
Oxon.) 



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AsHTON, Randolph 

ASHTON, RANDOLPH. Matric. Fell. -Com. from Magdalene, 
Easter, 1623. Probably s. and h. of Sir Ralph, of Lever, 
Lanes., Bart. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 7, 1624. Of Whalley 
Abbey, Lanes. Succeeded as Bart. 1644. M.P. for Clitheroe, 
1640, 1640-53, 1660, 1679. Bapt. at Whalley, June 22, 1617. 
Died Jan. 30, 1679-80. Previously matric. at Oxford, Feb. 
1622-3. (G.E.C; At. OxoH.) 

ASHTON, RICHARD DE. Chancellor of the University, 1315- 
21. 

ASHTON, RICHARD. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Queens', 
Easter, 1573. Of Lanes. One of these names adm. at Gray's 
Inn, 1574, from Barnard's Inn. Perhaps the 'scholaris 
Cantabrigiensis et predicator publicus,' ordained priest by 
Tho. Benson, Bishop of Lichfield. Preb. of Lichfield, 1576- 
1601. R.of Leigh, 1581-1601. R. of Enville, Staffs.. 1594-6. 
WUI proved (Lichfield) Aug. 18, 1601. {Wm. SaU Arch. 
Soc., 1915.) 

ASHTON, RICHARD. Matric. FeU.-Com. from St John's, c. 
1595. Probably s. and h. of Thomas, of Croston, Lanes. 
Adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 4, 1597. Married Anne, dau. of 
Barnabas Kitchen, of Pilling, Lanes. (Foster, Gray's Inn.) 

ASHETONE, RICHARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Sidney, 
May 7, 1640. S. of Ralph, Esq., and grandson of Sir 
Richard, of Middleton. B. at Emley, Yorks. Educated at 
home. Matric. 1640. Died at Halesworth rectory (see James 
Ashton, 1591) May 28, 1641. M.I. at Halesworth. 

ASHTON, ROBERT. B.A. 1540-1; M.A. 1545. Perhaps fellow of 
Queens'. Probably s. of Sir Richard. R. of Radcliffe, Lanes., 
1537 (at that time an acolyte). R. of Middleton, 1547-59. 
Died 1563. (Baines, Lanes., 11. 431.) 

ASHTON, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Easter, 1544; 
B.A. 1544-5. Probably R. of Thorganby, Lines, till 1572. 
Died 1572. (Peile, i 35.) 

ASHTON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 22, 1660. 
Of Lanes. Matric. 1660; B.A. 1663-4; M.A. 1667. 

ASHTON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, 
June 27, 1667. S. of Robert, gent., of Salford, Lanes. 
School, Manchester. Matric. 1667; B.A. 1670-1; M.A. 1675. 
C. of Brindle, Lanes., 1677. P.C.of Salford, 1694. (Mumford, 
Manch, Gr. Sch.) 

ASHTON, ROBERT. Adra. pens, at Trinity, May 20, 1672. 
One of these names, s. of Robert, of Grove, Herts., Esq., 
Bencher; adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 12, 1673-4. Brother 
of William (1671). 

ASHTON, ROGER. Matric. sizar from Pembroke, Easter, 1628, 
age 16. Of Middlesex. S. of Lawrence. B.A. 1631; M.A. 
1635; D.D. 1663. Fellow, 1634; ejected, 1644 ; restored, 1660. 
V. of Linton, Cambs., 1642-1644. V. of Waresley, Hunts., 
1661-3. Preb. of Exeter, 1662. V. of St Andrew, Plymouth, 
till 1677. Died Mar. 27, 1677. M.I. at Rame, Cornwall. 

ASHTON, ROGER. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Jan. 16, 1637-8. Of 
Northampton. Matric. 1637-8. 

ASHTON, STEPHEN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pkterhouse, 
May 32, 1707. Of Surrey. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
1707; Scholar, 1707; B.A. 1710-1; M.A. 1714. Ord. deacon 
(London) Mar. 17, 1714-5; priest (Lincoln) Sept. 22, 1717. 
R. of Hameringham with Scrafield, 1717. V. of Tathwell, 
Lines., 1720. R. of Raithby with Hallington, 1730. 

ASHTON, THOMAS. Fellow of St John's, 1534. 

ASHTON, THOMAS. B.A. 1526-7. 

ASHTON, THOMAS. B.D. 1530-1 (? M.A. 1518). 

ASHTON, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1555 ; 
B A. 1559-60; M.A. 1563. Fellow, 1562. First Head Master 
of Shrewsbury School, 1562-8. Sent on a mission to Ireland 
with the Earl of Warwick, 1574. Died at Cambridge, Aug. 29, 
1578. Benefactor of Shrewsbury by scholarships at St 
John's. (Cooper, 1. 396; D.N.B.) 

ASHTON, THOMAS. B.D. from St. John's, 1571 (no B.A. or 
M.A.) Twenty years study in Theology. 

ASHTON, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, c. 1597. 

ASHTON, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1621 ; 
B.A. 1625-6; M.A. 1629. Fellow, 1627. V. of Felmersham, 
Beds., 1633. V. of Trumpington, Cambs., c. 1637. Oneof these 
names R. of St Andrew's, Hertford, 1660-75. Died 1675. 

ASHTON or ASHDON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 2, 1637. Of Lines. Matric. 1637. 

ASHTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Clark, Jan. 3T, 1679-80. 
Of Watford, HerU. Matric. 1680; B.A. 1683-4; M.A. 1687. 
Fellow, 1686. 

ASHTON, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
1733. S. of Francis, schoolmaster at Lancaster. B. at 
Bolton-le-Sands, 1716. Matric. 1733; B.A. 1738-9; M.A. 
1742; D.D. 1739. Fellow, 1737. Fellow of Eton College, 
174). Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Mar. ij, 1741-2. R. of Alding- 
bam. Lanes., 1743-9. R. of Sturminster Matsball, Dorset, 



AsHURST, William Pritchard 

1749-5*- R- of St Botolph, Bishopsgate, 1752-75. Preacher 
at Lincoln's Inn, 1761-4. Died Mar. i, 1775. Author of 
religious and polemical works. Brother of John (1739). 
(D.N.B.;Harwood,g2.) 

ASHTON, W. B.Can.L. 1510-1. 

ASHETON, W. Matric. Fell. Com. from Clare, Easter; 1363. 

ASHETON, WALTER. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1571. 
Perhaps R. of Chadderton, Lanes. One of these names, of 
Staple Inn, adm.at Gray'sinn, July 4, 1576; Barrister, 1584. 
(PeiU, I. 117.) 

ASHTON, WALTER. Matric pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1606. Perhaps 3rd s. of Walter, of Spalding. B. at Leven, 
Beverley, Yorks. B.A. 1608-9; M.A. 1612. Ord. deacon 
(London) Mar. 4, 1609-10, age 24. V. of Sutterton, Lines., 
1631. Perhaps brother of Edmund (1602). Father of Walter 
(1633)- (Lines. Pedigrees.) 

ASHTON, Sir WALTER. M.A. 1612-3. 

ASHTON, WALTER. Adm. pens, fage 17) at St John's, 

June 7, 1633. S. of Walter (1606), V. of Sutterton, Lines. 

B. at Leven, Yorks. School, Sleaford. B.A. 1636-7. 
ASHTON, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Jesus, c. 1593. 
ASHTON or ASHETOUN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 

July 4, 1602. Matric. 1602. 
ASHTON, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 

1623. 
ASHETON, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1627. 

S. of Richard, and brother of Ralph (1614). B.A. 1630-1; 

M.A. 1635. R. of Middleton, Lanes., 1634-59. Died 1659. 

Buried at Middleton. Will(P.C.C.) i66o. (Shaw, Bury Classis, 

11. 210; where his will is given.) 
ASHTON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Apr. 25, 

1670. S. of James, deceased, of Chadderton, Salford, Lanes. 
B. there. Sdiool, Manchester. Matric. 1670; B.A. 1673-4; 
M.A. 1677; B.D. 1684. Fellow, 1675. Incorp. at Oxford, 
167;. R. of Carlton -in-Lindrick, Notts., 1682-1731. R. of 
Prestwich, 1685-1731. Died Feb. 25, 1731. (SeoU-Mayor.) 

ASHTON, WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Trinity, June 17, 

1671. Probably s. and h. of Robert, of Grove, Herts., Esq., 
bencher of Lincoln's Inn. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, July 18, 
1671. Died, unmarried, 1703. (Cass, S. Mimms.) 

ASHTON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, May 21, 
1700. S. of Thomas. B. at Folksworth, Hunts. School, 
Oundle. Matric. 1702; Scholar, 1700-1; B.A. 1703-4. 

ASHTON, . A monk. B.Can.L. 1488-9. 

ASHTON, . B.A. 1503-4. 

ASHTON, . B.A. 1514-3; M.A. 1318. 

ASHTON, . Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Mar. 1384-3. 

ASHTON, . Adm. FeU.-Com. at Trinity, 1644. 

ASHURST, EDWARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Christ's, 1720, from 
Corpus Christi, where he had been adm. 1717. S. of Henry, 
Town Clerk of London. Grandson of Sir William, of Middle- 
sex. B. c. 1702. Brother of William Pritchard (1717). (Le 
Neve, Knights, 414.) 

ASHURST, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Dec. 10, 1687. 
Doubtless s. of Sir WiUiam of Middlesex, Lord Mayor of 
London, 1693. I^ *°. Town Clerk of London, 1700. Will 
proved (P.C.C.) Jan. 17, 1705. Father of the above and 
WiUiam Pritchard (1717). Another of these names ' Attorney 
General for the County Palatine of Lancaster,' M.P for 
Preston, 1698-1701. (PeiU, 11. 106; Cass, Parish of East 
Barnti, 68.) 

ASHURST, JAMES. Adm. sizar at Queens', Aug. 23, 1623. Of 
London. Matric. as' AshweU,' 1623; B.A. 1627-8; M.A. 1631. 
V. of Arlcsey, Beds., 1632-62; ejected. Afterwards resided 
in Arlesey Married, Nov. 20, 1660, Mary, widow of Daniel 
Baldock. Buried at Arlesey, Dec. i6, 1679. (D.N.B.) 

ASHURST, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 22, 1640. 
Matric. 1640; B..A. 1643-4; M.A. 1647. R. of Warehorne, 
Kent, 1661-75. 

ASHURST, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Nov. 17, 
1645. Of Middlesex. Migrated to Oxford. Scholar of Corpus 
Christi College, 1649. M.A. (Magdalen College, Oxford) 1652. 
(A I. Oxon.) 

ASHURST, THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at Sidney, 

iune 35, 1691 1st s. of Thomas, Esq. B. at Asburst, 
ancs. School, Ormskirk, Lanes. Matric. 1691. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, July 31, 1690. Died 1744. (Burke, L.G.; 
Cass, Parish of East Bamet, 68.) 
ASHURST, WILLIAM PRITCHARD. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 
1717. Of London. B.C. 1699. S.of Henry (1687), Town Clerk 
of London. Of Trevor Park, East Bamet. Captain, and 
afterwards Colonel in the Middlesex militia. Died t.p. 
May 31, 1773, aged 73- Brother of Edward (1717). (Cass, 
Paritk of Ernst Barnet, 68.) 



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AsHWELL, Edward 

ASHWELL, EDWARD. M.A. from Caius, 1750. Of Christ 
Church, Oxford. Matric. at Oxford, Apr. 1725, age 18. S. 
of Richard, of Akeley, Bucks. B.A. (Oxford) 1728. Ord. 
deacon (Linrx)ln) Mar. 3, 1728; priest (Oxford) Dec. 19, 
1731. V. of Abbotsley, Hunts., 1736-52; of Gamlingay, 
Cambs., 1750. R. of E Hatley, 1752. Chaplain to Lord 
Galloway. {Venn, 11. 63.) 

ASHWELL, GIDEON. Adnj. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
May 3, 1634, age t6. B. in London. Matric. 1634-5; B.A. 
1638-9; M.A. 1641. Fellow, 1637-50. Buried at Landbeach, 
Cambs , Oct. 31, 1657. 

ASHWELL, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1468. 
Fellow of King's. Perhaps R. of Gingrave, Essex, 1497- 
1519. Died 1519. 

ASHWELL, JOHN. Canonicus regularis. B.Can.I.. 1507-8. 
Probably D.Can.L. (Oxford) 1510. Incorp. at Cambridge, 
1515-6. R. of Mistley, Essex, 1504-6. V. of Littlebury, 
Essex, 1516-41; of Halstead to 1537. Preb. of St Paul's, 
1521-41. Ghanlain to the troops in France in 1515. Prior 
of Newnham, Beds., c. 1527-35. Died c. 1541. {Hennessy; 
who calls him D.D.; D.N.B.; Cooper, i. 57.) 

ASHWELL, JOHN. Studied at Cambridge three years. B.Civ.L. 

(Oxford) 1529. B.Can.L. (Oxford) 1535. Fellow of All Souls, 

1529. 
ASHWELL, NATHANIEL. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, 

May 21, 1675. S. of Nicholas. B. in Ludgate St, London. 

School, Earls Colne, Essex. Matric. 1677; B.A. 1678-9; M.A. 

1706. Ord. deacon (London) Sept. 1679; priest (Norwich) 

June, 1680 R. of Offton and Little Bricett, Suffolk, 1681. 

R. of Peldon, Essex, 1690. The father was probably V. of 

Assington, Suffolk, and of Earls Colne, Essex. (Peile, 11. 58.) 

ASHEWELL, ROBERT. Matric. sirar from Trinity, Michs. 

1567; B.A. from Queens', 1573-4. 
ASHWELL, THOMAS. A friar. 'President' or Vice-ChanceUor 

in 1413, during the absence in Rome of Dr Billingford, the 

Chancellor. 
ASHWELL, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity Hall, June 2, 

1744. 
ASHEWOOD, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 

1576; B.A. 1581-2. 
ASHWORTH, ABELL. Adm. pens, (age xy) at St John's, 

Apr. 10, 1682. S. of John, schoolmaster. B. at Crosby, 

Lanes. School, Macclesfield. Matric 1682. 
ASHWORTH, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Emmanuel, Michs. 

1655; B.A. 1658. One of these names P.C. of Macclesfield, 

Cheshire, 1682-9. Died 1689. 

ASHWORTH, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Feb. 18, 1712-3. 

Of Liverpool, Lanes. Matric. 1713; Scholar; M.A. 1728 (Cowi. 

Reg). 
ASHWORTH, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, 

Michs. 1612; B.A. 1615-6; M.A. 1619. 
ASKALL, HUMPHREY. Matric. pens, from Sr John's, Lent, 

1557-8; B.A. 1561-2. V. of Dunton, Beds., 1572-80. Died 

1580. 

ASKE, JAMES. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Michs. 1583. 

ASKE, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 15) at Caius, Feb. 10, 
1578-9. B. at Ryther, Yorks. S. of Robert, Esq. Schools, 
Howden, and Kirby Hill. Probably s. of Robert, of Aughton, 
Sheriff of Yorks., 1588. Matric. 1578-9. [Venn, i, 101; Vis. 
of Yorks., 1584.) 

ASKE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Easter, 1582; 
B.A. from Peterhouse, 1585-6. One of these names created 
M.A. at Oxford, July 9, 1594. {Al. Oxon.) 

ASKEW, see also AYSCOUGH. 

ASKEW, ADAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sx John's, May 24, 
1714. S. of Anthony, M.D. (next). B. at Kendal, Westmor- 
land. School, Kendal. Matric. 1714; M.B. 1720. Of Kendal, 
gent. His son Adam adm. at Oxford, 1743, as Ayscough. 
Buried at Newcastle, Jan. 19, 1773. (Burke, L.G.) 

ASKEW, ANTHONY. Adm. sizar at Christ's, June 26, 1691. 
S. of John Askew of Kirby. Of Kendal, Westmorland, 
M.D. ; father of the last and the next. (Burke, L.G.) 

ASKEW, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sx John's, 
May 19, 1716. S. of Anthony, M.D. of Westmorlandj^ above. 
B. at Kendal. School, Kendal. Matric. 1716; B.A. 1719-20; 
M.A. 1723. (Burke, L.G.) 

ASKEW, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 11, 1739. 
S. of Adam, of NewcasUe-on-Tyne, M.B. B. at Kendal, 
1722. School, Newcastle. Matric. 1741; M.B. 1745; M.D. 
1750. Studied at Leyden, and travelled abroad for some 
years. F.R.S. 1749. F.R.C.P. 1753. Censor; Registrar; 
Harveian orator. Physician to St Barth. Hospital, 1754. 
Died at Hampstead, Feb. 27, 1772. Scholar, and book- 
collector. {D.N.B.; Munk, 11. 185; Burke, L.G.) 



AsLABiE, George 

ASKEW, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 6, 1744. 
S. of Anthony. Of Kendal, Westmorland. School, New- 
castle. Matric. 1744. Died in College, 1747. (Burke, L.G.) 

ASKEW, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Emmanuel, Feb. 17, 
1749-50. S. of Adam (1714), M.D. B. at Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
School, Newcastle. Matric. 1750; M.B. 1755. Of Redheugh. 
Bapt. at St John's, Newcastle, Apr. 21, 1730. Died s.p. 1796. 
Buried Mar. 26, 1796. (Burke, L.G.; H. M. Wood.) 

ASKEW, HUGH. Adm sizar (age 18) at St John's, Jime 21, 

1667. .S. of Hugh, yeoman, of Muncaster, Cumberland. 

B. there. School, St Bees. Matric. 1667; B.A. 1670-1. 

Fellow, 1673. 
ASKEWE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Lent, 1564-5. 

Probably the man ' ordained priest from Peterhouse, Feb. 5, 

1570-1, age 28 ; R. of Ropsley, Lines., 1575 ; skilled in Latin ' 

(Bishop of Lincoln's Reg.). 
ASKEWE, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Caius, Oct 24, 1579, age 16. 

S. of James. B. at Whepstead, Suffolk. School, Bury. 

Scholar, till 1583. Matric. 1580; B.A. 1582-3; M.A. 1586; 

B.D. 1595. Ord. priest (Norwich) Nov. 25, 1587. R. of 

Wordwell, Suffolk, 1588-1619. Buried there Sept. 30, 1619. 

{Venn, i. 104.) 
ASKEW, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, June 5, 

1707. S. of John, gent. B. at Lancaster. School, Sedbergh. 

Matric. 1707; B.A. 1710-1. Died July 3, 1711. (Whitaker's 

Whalley, p. 561.) 
ASKEW, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at Christ'.«, June 22, 1682. 

S. of John. B. at Kirkby Lonsdale. School, Kirkby. Matric. 

1682; B.A. 1685-6. Probably P.C. of Ramsey, Hunts., 

1687-98. 
ASKEW, ROBERT. B.A. 1534-5; M.A. 1538. FeUow of Pem- 
broke, 1537. Of York diocese. Examiner of questionists, 

1539-40. R. of Linton, Cambs., 1547. 
ASKEWE, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1572. 

ASKEW, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Oct. 1564. 

One of these names V. of Lenton, Notts., 1571. 
ASKEWE, WALTER. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 

1575- 
ASKUE, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Lent, 1629-30; 

B.A. 1633-4; M.A. 1637. 
ASCUE, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall, Easter, 

1641. 
ASKEW, . B.Can.L. 1476-7. One Thomas Askew, V. of 

Shepreth, Cambs., 1494-8. Died 1498. 

ASKEWE, . Adm. scholar at Trinity, 1548. 

ASKUE, . Adm. at King's, 1557-8. 

ASKOWES, LEONARD. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 

1545- 
ASKWYTH, ANTHONY. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 

1567. 
ASKQUYTH, BRIAN. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Michs. 

1546. Probably of Osgodby, Yorks. WiU proved (York) 

1590- 
ASKWITH, BRIAN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Oct. 20, 1592. 

Matric. c. 1593. 
ASKWITH, FRANCIS. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Oct. 20, 

1592. Matric. c. 1593; B.A. 1596-7. 
ASKWITH, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Apr. 22, 1602. 

Matric. 1602. 
ASQUITH, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Michs. 1558. 
ASQUITH, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, c. 1591. 
ASQUITH, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 21, 1587. 

Probably s. of Bryan, of Osgodby, Yorks., and father of the 

next. Matric. 1587. {Vis. of Yorks., 1612.) 
ASKWITH, WILLIAM. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Trinity, 

Michs. 1613. S. of William, of Osgodby, Yorks.; age 15 

in 1612. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 21, 1615-6. Buried at 

Thirkleby, June i, 1635. {Vis. of Yorks.) 
ASKWITH, WILLIAM. Matric. Fell-Com. from St Catharine's, 

Easter, 1637. 
ASKWITH, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 

June 7, 1655. S. of Robert, gent. B. at York. School, 

Pocklington. M.B. 1660. Buried at York, Apr. 5, 1688; 'Dr 

of Physic' 
ASLEBYE, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 

1567. Probably younger s. of Francis, of S. Dalton, Yorks., 

and brother of Ralph (1550). Manied and had issue. {Vis. 

of Yorks., 1564.) 
ASLABIE or AISLABIE, GEORGE. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 16) 

at St John's, Apr. 20, 1686. S. of George, Esq. B. at York. 

School, York. S. of George, registrar of the Archbishop of 

York. Brother of the next. 



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ASLABIE, JOHN. Adm. p«ns. (age i6) at St John's, Apr. i8, 
1687, as Ayslabie. S. of George, Esq. B. at York. School, 
York. Matric. 1687. Migr. to Trinity Hall, Jan. 6, 1691-2. 
LL.B. 1692. OfStudleyPark, Ripon. M.P. for Ripon, 1695- 
1702; 1705-21. M.P. for Northallerton, 1702-5. Chancellor 
of the Exchequer, 1718. Expelled for his participation in 
the South Sea Scheme, 1721. Died June 18, 1742. Buried 
in Ripon Cathedral. Brother of the above. {D.N.B.) 

ASLABYE, RALPH. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1550 
(impubes). Doubtless s. and h. of Francis, of S. Dalton, 
Vorks., and brother of Francis (1567). Succeeded his father, 
c- 1537. 

ASLABIE or AISLABIE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
St John's, May 23, 1711. S. of William. B. at Rotherhain, 
Yorks. School, Sedbergh. B.A. 1714-5; M.A. 1718. R. of 
Birkin, Yorks., 1718-41. 

ASLABIE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 7, 1742. 
S. of Robert, of Rotherham, Yorks. School, Westminster. 

ASLACK, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Christ's, Apr. 22, 

1645. S. of William. B. at Stamford. School, Stamford. 

Matric. 1645 as Haslock; B.A. 1648-9; M.A. 1664. Probably 

V. of Wispington, Lines., 1661-70. R. of Ormsby, 1668-90. 

R. of Ulceby, 1670. Buried at Ormsby, Jan. 19, 1690-1. 

{PeiU, I, 493.) 
ASP DEN, MILES. B.A. from Trinity, 1608-9. Ord. deacon 

(Peterb.) Dec. 7, 1609. R. of Dinnington, Yorks., 1609-12. 

Died 1612. 
ASPDEN, STEPHEN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, May 

31, 1662. S. of John, deceased, of Cliviger, Lanes. B. there. 

School, Burnley. B.A. 1665-6. V. of Brotherton, Yorks., 

1667-71. R. of Everingham, 1669-71. 
ASPDEN, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1620; 

B.A. 1623-4. Ord. deacon (Peterborough) Sept. 19, 1624. 

ASPDEN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, Mar. 25, 
1651. S. of John, deceased. B. at Burnley, Lanes. School, 
Burnley. Matric. 1651; B.A. 1654-5; M.A. 1658. 

ASPE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Easter, 1582. 

ASPESor HASPYS, REGINALD. B.A. 1513-4: M.A. 1516; B.D. 
1525-6; D.D. 1528-9. Of Lanes. Fellowof St John's, 1529. 
V. of St Clement's, Cambridge, 1521. Will proved (V.C.C.) 
1531 ; left legacies to Jesus College. (A. Gray ) 

ASPETRIEor ASPATRYK,RICHARD. Of Carlisle diocese. B.A. 
1477-8; M.A. 1482. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 2; priest. 
Mar. 23, 1481-2; title, St John's Hospital, Cambridge. 

ASPETRIE, . Incorp. from Oxford, 1479-80. 

ASPILYON, THOMAS. Scholar at King's Hall, 1437. Died 

Dec. 26, 1441. 
ASPIN, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Clare, Jan. 24, 1687-8. 

Of Emerton, Bucks. Matric. 1688; B.A. 1691-2; M.A. 1695. 

Ord. deacon (Lincoln) May 26, 1700. V. of Melchboum, Beds., 

1704-6. R. of Eversley, Hants. R. of Elvetham, 1717. 

Perhaps father of Harvey (1734). 
ASPIN, HARVEY. Adm.pens. (age 17) at Magdalene, July 18, 

1685. S. of William (1652), D.D., formerly Fellow of the 

College. R. of Emberton, Bucks. B. there. School, Eton. 

Matric. 1687-8; B.A. 1689-90; M.A. 1693. Fellow, 1692. 

Incorp. at Oxford, 1603. Died Mar. 22, 1701-2. M.I. at 

Emberton, where he is called 'B.D.' Will (V.C.C.) 1702. 

Brother of Thomas (1678). 
ASPIN, HARVEY. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1734. Of Hants. 

PerhajK s. of Edward, R. of Eversley. Matric. 1736; LL.B. 

1739. R. of Hartest and Boxted, Suffolk. R. of Elvetham, 

Hants., 1740. Resided at Cockfield, Suffolk. Died June 5, 

i79»- (G- Mag.) 
ASPIN, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Peterhouse, June 11, 

1716. Of Bucks. School, Northampton. Matric. 1716; 

Scholar, 1716; B.A. 1719-20; M.A. 1723. Ord. priest 

(Lincoln) May 3, 1724. R. of St Lawrence, Essex. V. of 

Peering, 1729-36. Died 1736. 
ASPIN, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Easter, 

1623; B.A. 1626-7; M.A. 1630. Ord. deacon (Peterborough) 

Mar. 9 ; priest. Mar. 10, 1627-^. V. of Offiey, Herts., 1637-40. 

ASPIN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, Sept. 12, 1678. Of 
Emberton, Bucks. Matric. 1678. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
May 4, 1680. S. and b. of William, of Emberton, below. 
Brother of Harvey (1685). 

ASPIN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Magdalene, Apr. 6, 1652, 
age 16. S. of Thomas, clerk, of Toddington, Beds. School, 
Hitchin (private). Matric. 1652; B.A. 1655-6; M.A. 1659; 
D.D. 1683. Fellow, c. 1656. R. of Emberton, Bucks., 1661- 
1714. Buried there 1714. Obtained a grant of Anns, 1668. 
Father of the above and Harvey (1685). 

ASPINWALL, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmamubl, Sept. 39, 
1634. Of Lanes. Matric. 163). 



AsTELL, John 

ASPINWALL, EDWARD. M.A. 1717 (Com. Reg.); D.D. from 
Clare, 1729. Chaplain to Earl of Radnor. Sub-dean of the 
Chapel Royal, 1718. Preb. of Westminster, 1729. Theo- 
logical author. Buried in Westminster Abbey, Aug. 8, 17^2. 
aged 54- (D.N.B. iWestm. Abbey Reg.) 

ASPINALL, GAMALIEL. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter 
1582. Probably butler at Clare. Buried at St Edward's. 
Cambridge, Sept. 11, 1596. 

ASPINWALL, IRELAND. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at St 
John's, Nov. 22, 1721. S. of Edward, gent., of Middlesex. 
B. at Islington. School, Chester. Matric. 1721. 

ASPINALL, JAMES. Matric.pens. from St John's, Michs. 1564. 
Probably ord. deacon (Lincoln) Nov. 30, 1565 ; priest. Mar o' 
1565-6. V. of Abbotsley, Hunts., 1566-1620 ('B.A.'). If so' 
Will proved (Archd., Hunts.) 1624. Or, perhaps, R. of 
Lound, Suffolk, 1573-9 and R. of Bradwell till 1597. 

ASPINALL, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Mar. 31, 1736. 
Of Lanes. Matric. 1736. Afterwards pensioner. Serjeant at 
Law. S. of Alexander of Standen, Lanes. Bapt. at Clitheroe, 
Jan. 24, 1716. Buried at Clitheroe, Mar. 9, 1784. (Tkt 
Genealogist, N.S. xxxiv. 258.) 

ASPINALL, NICHOLAS. Adm. sizar at Emmani.'el, Mar. 5, 
1677-8. B.A. 1681-2; M.A. 1696. Ord. priest (Lincoln) Dec. 
23,1683. C. of St Peter's, Bedford, 1683; Vicar, 1712-27. 
Master of Bedford Grammar School, 1683-1718. Signs 
as minister atClapham, Beds, 1684. DiedOct. 7, 1727. (The 
Genealogist, N.S. xxxiii. 242.) 

ASPINALL, NICHOLAS. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, 
Jan. 16, 1698-9. Matric. 1699; B.A. 1701-2 Perhaps 3rd s. 
of James of the Fields; bapt. Dec. 8, 1680. (The Genealogist, 
N.S. XXXIV. 253.) 

ASPENHALL, THOMAS. 'M.A. of Cambridge,' incorp. at 
Oxford, 1542. One of these names was curate in or near 
Hertford, 1558. 

ASPINALL, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Caius, Jan. 17, 1588-9, 
age 15. S. of Peter, citizen of Norwich. School, Norwich. 
Scholar, 1588^4; matric. 1589; B.A. 1592-3; M.A. from 
Corpus Christi, 1597. 

ASPINWALL, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Magdalene, May 5, 
1654. S. of Matthew, of Trumflet, Kirk Sandall, Yorks. 
School, York. Matric. 1654; B.A. 1657. 'Ordained' at 
Clayworth. For some time at Maghull, Lanes., where he 
seems to have been already a minister in 1648. V. of Matter- 
sey, Notts.; ejected 1662. For some years at Thumscoe, 
Yorks. Died at Cockermouth. Author of religious works. 
(Calamy, 11. 290; D.N.B.) 

ASPLAND, EUDO, JOHN or YON. Scholar or fellow at Kino's 
Hall, 1517-34. B.C.L. c. 1516; D.Can.L. 1531-2. R. of 
Gt Hallingbury, Essex, 1511-34. Died 1534. 

ASPLAND, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Michs. 
1553; B..\. 1555-6. Fellow of Jesus, c. 1557, for a very short 
time. (A. Gray.) 

ASPLAND, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1489. 

ASPLAND, NICHOLAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Micbs.1639. 

ASPLAND, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1576. 

ASPLIN, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at Sidney, Sept. 5, 1700. S. of 
Samuel, of London. B. there. School, private. Matric. 1701; 
B.A. 1704-5; M.A. 1708. Ord. deacon (London) May 19, 
1706; priest, Sept. 21, 1707. R. of Gayton Thorpe, Norfolk, 
1722-37. Chaplain of Morden College, Blackheath, 1711. 
Died 1737. 

ASQUITH, see ASKEW and AYSCOUGH. 

ASSER, BEFAITHFULL. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, July, 1608. 

Matric. 1608. 
•ASSER, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1579. 

ASSER, HENRY. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1575; 
B.A. 1578-9; M.A. 1582. 

ASTALL, RICHARD. B.A. 1510-1; M.A. 1514. FeUow of 
Jesus, 1520. R. of Chiddingstone, Kent, 1522-5. R. of 
Ightham, 1526-46. R. of Chevening, 1533-46. Preb. of 
Wingham, 1541-6. Died Aug. 31, 1546. ^f.I. at Ightham. 

ASTBURY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 11, 1670, as 

.\tsbury. Matric. 1670; B.A. 1673-4. Ord. priest (London) 

Feb. 20, 1675-6. 
ASTELL, ANDREW. B.A. from Peterhouse, 1583-4; ist in 

the ordo, as 'Ashley.' 
ASTELL, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Easter, 1379; 

B.A. 1582-3. 
ASTELL, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Clare. L«»ter, 1631. 
ASTELL, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1578, 
ASTYLL, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Michs. 1576. 



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AsTELL, John 

ASTELL, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1631 ; B.A. 

1633-4. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 21, 1634; priest, Sept. 

20, 1635. 
ASTELL, RALPH. Adm. pens, (ag^ 17) at St John's, June 8, 

1650. S. of William, gent., of Newcastle. B. there. School, 

Newcastle. Matric. 1650. Migrated to Emmanuel, Feb. 2, 

1652-3; and to Peterhouse, Dec. 23, 1653. B.A. 1653-4; M.A. 

1657. Faculty for deacon's and priest's orders (Canterbury) 

1667. C. of St Nicholas, Newcastle, 1667-77 (suspended). 

Buried Dec. 5, 1679, at St John's, Newcastle. 
ASTILL, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Micbs. 1576- 

Of London. B.A. 1579-80; M.A. from Queens', 1583. Fellow 

of Queens', 1585-92. 
ASTLE, THOMAS. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Clare, Easter, 

1586. 
ASTELL or ASHTELL, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Clare, 

Michs. 1621; B.A. 1622; M.A. 1626; B.D. 1634. Preb. of 

Ripon, 1639-60. V. of Ormesby, Yorks., 1635-62. Perhaps 

V. of Haltwhistle, 1624-33. 
ASTELL, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Mar. 11, 1629-30. 

Of Northants. B.A. 1633-4; M.A. 1637. Ord. priest (Peterb.) 

Mar. I, 1639-40. R. of Shawell, Leics., 1650. 

ASTEN (? ASTEY), JAMES. Matric. pens, from Christ's, 

Nov. 1558. 
ASTEY, FRANCIS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, May 8, 

1635. Of Beds. Matric. 1635, apparently as Ashpey. 

ASTIE, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age i8) at St John's, Apr. 19, 1675. 
S. of Robert, husbandman, of Beeston, Notts. B. there. 
School, Repton. Matric. 1675; B.A. 1678-9. V. of Crop- 
well Bishop, Notts., 1681-1708. Buried May 18, 1708. M.I. 
Brother of Samuel (1675). 

ASTIE, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1626. 
S. of Nicholas, clerk, of Feltwell, Norfolk; B. 1607. B.A. 
1629-30; M.A. 1633. R. of Wrentham, Suffolk, 1638. R. of 
Stratford, Suffolk, ejected 1662. Married Ellen, dau. of 

Bentley, clerk. Died Dec. 29, 1667. (J. Browne, Norf. 

and Suff. 614.) 

ASTY, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar (age 15) at St John's, June 12, 

1675. S. of Robert, husbandman, of Beeston, Notts. B. 

there. School, Repton. Matric. 1675. Brother of John 

(1675). 
ASTY, THOMAS. FeUow of Clare, May 1, 1448. M.A.; B.D. 

1462-3. Proctor, 1452-3. 

ASTLEY, ANDREW. Adm. pens, at Queens', Apr. 27, 1626. 
Of Essex. S. of Sir Andrew, of Writtle, Essex, Knt., and 
brother of the next. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 8, 1626. 
{Vis. of Essex, 1612.) 

ASTLEY, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Lent, 1618-9. 
Doubtless s. of Sir Andrew, of Writtle, Essex, Knt., and 
brother of the above. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Jan. 29, 1621-2. 
{Vis. 0/ Essex, 1612.) 

ASTLEY, EDWARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Pembroke, Sept. 21, 
1747. S. of Sir Jacob (1711). of Melton Constable, Norfolk, 
Bart. Succeeded as Bart., 1760. M.P. for Norfolk, 1768. 
Died Mar. 27, 1802. 

ASTELEY, FRANCIS. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Christ's, Easter, 
161 1. S. of Thomas, of Melton Constable, Norfolk. Adm. at 
Gray's Inn, Aug. 16, 1611. Knighted, July 5, 1618. High 
Sheriff of Norfolk, 1636. Donor to the buildings at Christ's. 
Died 1636. Buriwl in the Savoy. {Peile, 1. 282; Le Neve, 
Mon. III. 43.) 

ASTELEY, GEOFFREY. Scholar at King's Hall, 1438-40. 

ASTLEY, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 23) at St John's, June 7, 
1652. S. of Ellis, yeoman, deceased, of Leigh, Lanes. B. 
there. School, Winwick. 

ASTLEY, HERBERT; see ASHLEY. 

ASTLEY, ISAAC. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, July 2, 
1652. Of Warwick. Probably s. of Thomas, of Wolvey, 
Warws. School, Coventry. Died unmarried. {Vis.ofWarws. 
1682.) 

ASTLEY, JACOB. Matric. Fell.-Com. from King's, Easter, 
1657. Perhaps s. of Sir Edward. Matric. at Christ Church, 
Oxford, July 19, 1659. Created Bart. 1660. M.P. for Norfolk, 
1685, 1690, 1702, 1710. Died Aug. 17, 1729, aged 90. 
{Al. Oxon.) 

ASTLEY, JACOB. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Corpus Christi, 1711. 
Of Norfolk. Matric. 1712. Baronet, of Melton Constable, 
Norfolk. S. of Sir Philip (1685) ; succeeded his father, 1739. 
Died Jan. 5, 1760. Father of Edward (1747). 

ASTLEY, JAMES, LORD REDING. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St 
John's, Jan. 28, 1668-9. S- °i Isaac, Baron Astley, of 
Reading. Succeeded as 3rd Baron. Died 1688. Buried at 
Maidstone. {G.E.C.) 



AsTREY, George 

ASTLEY or ASHLEY, JOHN. M.A. 1564 (on the Queen's visit). 
Master of the Jewel Office to Queen Elizabeth. M.P. for 
Lyme Regis, 1572; for Maidstone, 1586, 1588. Died 1594. 
{Cooper, II. 182; D.iV.B.) 

ASTLEY, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, c. 1593. 

ASTLEY, PHILIP. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Clare, Apr. 3, 1685. 

Of Melton Constable, Norfolk. S. of Sir Jacob. Matric. 1685. 

Succeeded as Bart. 1729. Died July 7, 1739, aged 70. 

{G.E.C.) 
ASTLEY, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 

1545, as 'Asshelay.' B.A. 1550-1; M.A. 1554. Fellow, 

Dec. 15, 1551 (apparently fellow of Corpus Christi in 1551; 

'of Norfolk'). 
ASTLEY, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1612. 

Of Norfolk. B.A. 1615-6; M.A. 1619. Ord. priest (Norwich) 

1617. R. of Melton Constable, Norfolk, 1617. R. of Burgh 

Parva, 1617. 
ASTLEY, THOMAS. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Peterhouse, c. 

1595. 
ASTLEY, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, May 28, 1709. 

Of Staffs. Matric. 1709; B.A. 1712-3. 
ASTLEY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, May 2, 

1718, as Ashley. S. of Philip, Esq., of Hadham, Herts. 

B. at Hindolvestone, Norfolk. School, Bishop's Stortford. 

Matric. 1718-9; Scholar, 1718-23; LL.B. 1723. Fellow, 

1723-5. Ord. priest (Norwich) 1724. R. of Bintree and 

Foulsham, Norfolk, and of Brandistone and Gunton, 1724- 

43. Died Nov. 20, 1743. {Venn, u. 10.) 
ASTLEY, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1588. 

ASTLEY, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 
July 3, 1731. S. of Walter, clerk, of Staffs. B. at FroshaJl. 
School, Repton, Derbs. Matric. 1731; B.A. 1734-5; M.A. 
1741. Head Master, Repton School, 1741-67. R. of Harts- 
home, Derbs., 1747. Died 1769. {Scott-Mayor, iii. 438.) 

ASTLEY, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at Clare, Dec. 23, 1695. 

Of Melton Constable, Norfolk. 

ASTMAN, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age ig) at Trinity, Mar. 30, 
1728. S. of Miles, of Newent, Gloucs. School, Hereford. 
Matric. 1728; B.A. 1731-2. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 5, 
1731-2; priest (Gloucs.) Aug. 17, 1735. C. of Newent, 
Gloucs., 1735. (F. S. Hockaday.) 

ASTON, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Caius, Feb. 19, 
1592-3. S. of Francis, yeoman, of Little Haywood, Staffs. 
School, Colwick. 

ASTON or ASHTON, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 22, 
1661. School, Westminster. Scholar, 1662; Matric. 1664-5; 
B.A. 1664-5; M.A. 1668. Fellow, 1667. 

ASTON or ESTON, JOHN DE. One of the eariiest ' King's 
scholars' at Cambridge, Apr. 14, 1318. 

ASTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, Feb. 3, 
1685-6. S. of Sir WiUoughby, Bart. (1656). B. at Madeley, 
Staffs, (his mother's home). School, Weston. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Nov. 26, 1686. Captain in the Navy. 
Died s.p. Oct. 9, 1710. Brother of Thomas (1684). (Burke, 
Ext. Bart.; Misc. Gen. el Her. 4th S. 11. 210.) 

ASTON, PEELE. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1606. 

ASTON, RICHARD DE. Chancellor, 1315. D.Can.Law. 

ASTON, THOMAS. Scholar at King's Hall, 1415. One of the 
children of the Chapel Royal. Last appearance, 1454. 

ASTON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse, May 10, 
1667. Of Salop. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. 1667; B.A. 
1670-1 ; M.A. 1676. Chaplain to Earl of Clarendon. Non-juror. 

ASTON, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at St John's, 
May 12, 1684. S. of Sir WiUoughby, Bart. B. at Madeley, 
Staffs., Jan. 17, 1665-6. School, Weston near Nantwich, 
Cheshire. Matric. 1684. Succeeded as Baronet, 1702. Died 
Jan. 16, 1724-5. Buried at Aston. M.I. Brother of John 
(1685-6). {G.E.C.) 

ASTON, Sir WILLOUGHBY, Bart. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 
16) at St John's, July 5, 1656. S. of Thomas, of Aston, 
Cheshire. B. at Risely, Derbs. School, Nuneaton, Warws. 
Adm. at Middle Temple, Nov. 4, 1659. Succeeded as Bart. 
1646. Sheriff of Cheshire, 1680-81 and 1690-91. Died 
Dec. 14, 1702. Father of John (1685-6) and the above. 
{Misc. Gen. et Her. 4th S. ii. 210; G.E.C.) 

ASTON, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, 1606. 

ASTRYE, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1573; 
B.A. from Pembroke, 1576-7. Probably of Eaton Socon, 
Beds.; s. of Ralph, and father of the next. {Chester of Knole, 
p. 72.) 

ASTREY, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 
1603. Of Hunts. Probably s. of George, ofBushmead, Beds, 
(and Lora Rowley of Hunts.). Died s.p. {Vis. of Beds., 
1636, p. 157.) 



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AsTRY, Henry 

ASTRY, HENRY. Matric.FeU.-Com. from King's,*. 1590- S.of 
Ralph, of Harlingtoo, Beds. B.A. 1593-4- Succeeded his 
father, 1598. Knighted, 1627. OfHarlington. Died Apr. 25, 
X630. Father of the next. (Vis. of Beds., 1634; Chester of 
KnoU, p. 77.) 

ASTREY, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 14, 1638. 
2nd s. of Sir Henry of Harlington, Beds., Knt. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Aug. 3, 1640. In Holy Orders. R. of Bally- 
kcUy, Londonderry. Plundered and driven from his 
benefice in the Rebellion. Died before 1648. (Vis. of Beds., 
1634; Chester of KnoU, p. 78.) 

ASTREY, LUKE. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1604 
(pens, in CoUege). Of Beds. S. of George (1573), of Bush- 
mead, Beds. B.A. 1606-7; M.A. 1610. Incorp. at Oxford, 
1611. Went to Ireland. (Vis. of Beds., ^6^^.) 

ASTREY, RALPH. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1628. 
Of Beds. 2nd s. of Ralph, of Harbngton. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple. (Vis. of Beds., 1634.) 

ASTREY, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', Mar. 14, 1647-8. 
S. of Thomas, of Toseland, Hunts., yeoman. Matric. 1650; 
B.A. 1651; probably M.A. 1654. Elected an alderman of 
Huntingdon. Buried there Aug. 11, 1714, aged 83. Author, 
antiquarian mss, connected with Hunts. (D.N.B.; Chester 
of Knole, p. 70.) 

ASTRY, THOMAS, see ALBERY. 

ASTREY, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1647. 
Of Ireland. B.A. 1650-1; M.A. 1654. 

ASTROPE, JOHN. B.A. 1533-4; M.A. 1537. FeUow of Jesus, 
1539-46. V. of Chigwell, Essex, c. 1545-51. Died 1551. 

ASTWICK, JOHN (1655); see ASHWORTH, JOHN. 

ASTWOOD, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Caius, Apr. 13, 1658, 
age 15. S. of William, of Swavesey, Cambs., gent. Matric. 
1658; Scholar, 1658-9. 

ATCHERLEY, see aUo ACHERLEY. 

ATCHERLEY, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Magdalene, 
Mar. 15, 1748-9. S. of Roger. B. at Shrewsbury. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. 1748-9; B.A. 1753; M.A. 1763. Assist. 
Master of Shrewsbury Grammar School, 1755; Head- 
master there, 1770-98. 

ATCHERLY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Peterhouse, 
Nov. 2, 1747. Of Salop. School, Oswestry. Matric. 1747; 
Scholar, 1747; LL.B. 1754. Ord. deacon (Ely) June 17, 1753. 
Minor Canon of Ely, 1764. Minister of Chettisham Chapel, 
Cambs. Under Master of the Ely Grammar School, 1767. 
Died in the CoUege, Ely, i8oo. 

ATCHORNB, RICHARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Emmanuel, 
July 4, 1646. Of Sussex. 

ATCOCK, . Scholar or fellow of King's Hall, 1518-37. 

(Perhaps graduated as Adcock.) 

ATEY, HENRY. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, July 15, 

1608, age 16. Of Islington, Middlesex. Matric. 1608; B.A. 

1611-2; M.A. 1615. Fellow, 1611 till his death in 1627. 

Travelled in Spain, with Lord Hayes. Died of consumption. 

Admon. (King's Coll.) Oct. 17, 1627. (Harwood.) 
ATEY, JONATHAN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Mar. 21, 1645-6. 

Matric. 1646; B.A. 1649-50; M.A. 1653; Lie. Med. 1653. 
AT AY, ROGER. B.A. from St Catharine's, 1618-9; M.A. 

1622. Inc. of Knaresborougb, Yorks., 1642-3. 
ATEY, THOMAS. Matric. from Trinity, Easter, x6ii. 
ATFENNE, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, c. 

1594- 
ATFIELD, AMBROSE. D.D. 1665 (Lit. Reg.). B.A. (Balliol 

College, Oxford) 1631; M.A. 1654. Fellow of Balliol, 1655. 

V. of St Leonard, Shoreditch, 1666. Chaplain within the 

Tower. R. of St Mary Somerset, and St Mary Mounthaw, 

1676. Preb. of St Paul's, 1683-4. Died Mar. 1684. (Al. 

Oxon.) 
ATHEROLD, NATHANIEL. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1655. 

Of Suffolk. Probably s. of ThOmas, of Burgh. B. 1635. 

Buried there May 5, 1665. 
ATHEROLD, WILLIAM. Pens, at Gonville Hall, 1512-5. 

Cluniac monk of Lewes. B.D. (Oxford) 1516. Pensioned 

at the surrender of Lewes Priory. R. of St John, Wallbrook, 

1545-7. Died 1547. (Venn, i. 22.) 

ATHERSTONE, . Adm. sizar at King's, Lent, 1569-70. 

ATHERTON, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. sizar from St John's, 
Easter, 1568. S. of John, Merchant Taylor. School, Mer- 
chant Taylors'. 

ATHERTON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
May 2, 1678. S. of William, husbandman, deceased. B. at 
Leyland, Lanes. School, Heskin in Eccleston. Matric. 1678; 
B.A. 1681-3. Probably V. of Rufford, Lanes., 1684-1706. 
EHed 1706. 



Athorp, Francis 

ATHERTON, HENRY. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 
1620; B.A. 1623-4. One of these names P.C. of Culcheth, 
Lanes., 1630-5. 

ATHERTON, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Christ's, 
June 22, 1664. S. of PhUip. B. at Hill Farrance, Somerset. 
School, Bradford, near Taunton. Matric. 1667; B.A. 1667-8; 
M.B. 1669; M.D. 1674. Incorp. at Oxford, 1673. Practised 
physic at Truro, and Newcastle-on-Tyne. Town physician 
at Newcastle, 1682. Died Jan. 20, 1694-5. Author. Father 
of Thomas (1702). (Peile, 1. 611; Al. Oxon.) 

ATHERTON, HUMPHREY. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 
1573- Of Suffolk. B.A. 157&-7; M.A. 1580; B.D. 1587-8. 
Fellow, 1579 to his death, 1592. V.of Little Barton, Suffolk. 
Will proved (V.C.C.) 1592. 

ATHERTON, HUMPHREY. Matric. sizar from Queens', Lent, 
1579-80. Of Suffolk. B.A. 1583-4. Of Ufloril, Suffolk, 1584; 
licensed to teach grammar. Probably curate of Ufford. 

ATERTON, JOHN. B.A. 1539-40; M.A 1545. Original feUow of 
Trinity, 1546. 

ATHERTON, JOHN. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Emmanuel, 
Michs. 1588. Perhajjs s. and h. of John, of Lanes., Esq. 
Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 10, 1594. M.P. for Lanes. 1586; 
for Lancaster, 1588. Buried May 26, 1617. (J. Foster, 
Gray's Inn.) 

ATHERTON, REUBEN. Matric. sizar from Clare, Lent, 
1597-8. B.A. (? 1602-3); M.A. 1606. S. of Thomas (1569). 
Schoolmaster. Married Elizabeth Heigham, 1604. (Ely 
Dioc. Rec.) 

ATHERTON or ADDERTON, SAMUEL. Matric. pens, from 
Christ's, May, 1572. B.A. from Pembroke, 1578-9; M.A. 
1582. 

ATHERTON, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 
1569; B.A. 1573-4; M.A. 1577; B.D. 1589. Master of 
Stamford Grammar School, 1583. V. of Pinchbeck, Lines., 
1593-1608. 

ATHARTON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, Nov. 
3, 1583. S. of Clement. B. at Hitchin, Herts. School, 
Hitchin. B.A. 1588-9, as Atterton. 

ATHERTON, THOMAS. B.A. from St Catharine's, 1608-9. 
Ord. priest (Lincoln) Sept. 3, 1609. R. of Wellingham, 
Norfolk, 1612. 

ATHERTON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, 
Jan. 9, 1690-1. S.of Thomas. B. at Chorley, Lanes. School, 
Haskayne. Matric. 1691; Scholar, 1693; B.A. 1694-5; M.A. 
1698. V. of Chipping, Lanes., 1701-21. R. of Aughton, 
Lanes., 1721-34. Buried Nov. 15, 1734. Will at Chester. 
(Baynes, Lanes., v. 244.) 

ATHERTON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Chri.st's, 
June 29, 1702. S. of Henry, M.D. (1664). B. at Newcastle. 
School, Newcastle. Matric. 1702; Scholar, 1702-3; B.A. 
1705-6; M.A. 1709. Fellow, 1710-33. Ord. deacon (Lon- 
don) Feb. 1707-8 ; priest (Lincoln) Sept. 1709. V. of Gateley, 
Norfolk, 1724-32. V. of Little Canfield, Essex, 1732-49. 
Died there, June 14, 1749. (Peile, 11. 154.) 

ATHERTON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Mar. 31, 

1674. Matric. 1674; B.A. 1677-8. One of these names curate 
of Liverpool, 1688; R. 1699-1706. 

ATHEY or ATHTHIE, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. sizar from 
Christ's, Easter, 1587. Perhaps of Northumberland. B.A. 
1590-1. (Peile, I. 189.) 

ATTHILL, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Caius, May 18, 
1743. S. of Anthony, of Brandiston, Norfolk. B. at Caston. 
Schools, Oulton (private) and Norwich. Matric. 1743-4; 
Scholar, 1743-50; B.A. 1746-7; M.A. 1750. Fellow, 1750-64. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 7, 1747; priest, May 21, 1749. 
V of Corpusty, Norfolk, 1760-90. R.of FoxleyandSparham, 
1763-90. Died Oct. 5, 1790. (Venn, II. $2.) 

ATHILL, JOHN. Adm. pens. (age i8)atCAlus, May 1, 1713. S.of 
Nathaniel, attorney, of Warham, Norfolk. B. at Foulsham. 
School, Walsingham. Matric. 1713; Scholar, 1713-20; B.A. 
1716-7; M.A. 1720. Ord. deacon (Norwich) July 13, I7i8; 
priest, Dec. 20, 1719. V. of E. and W. Rudham, Norfolk, 
1720-40. R. of Stibbard, 1721. V. of N. Elmham, 1723. 
Buried at Elmham, Dec. 5, 1740. (Venn, i. 529.) 

ATHLINGTON; see ADLINGTON. 

ATHOL, Marquii of (MURRAY, JOHN). LL.D. (Lit. Reg.) 
1677. Second Earl, created Marquis 1676. Died 1703. 

ATHORP, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Magdalrns, 
May 31, 1728. S. of John, gent., deceased. B. at Knedling- 
ton, Yorks. School, Brigg, Lines. Matric. 1728; B.A. 1731-2; 
M.A. 17J5. Fellow. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) May 20, 1733; 
priest. Mar. zo, 1 733-4- 



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Athorpe, Heyrick 

ATHORPE, HEYRICK. Adm. pens, at Jesus, July 4, 1695. S. 

of Laurence, of Nottingham. Matric. 1695; Scholar, 1695. 

Adm. at the Inner Temple, Feb. i2, 1694-5. Bencher, 1725. 

Died 1745. (F.M.G., 1262.) 
ATHORPE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Sidney, May, 

1656. S. of Robert, Esq., of Knedlington, Yorks. School, 

Howden. Matric. 1656. 

ATHORP, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, Apr. 30, 

1691. S. of Laurence, barrister-at-law. B. at Nottingham. 

School, Nottingham. Matric. 1691. Probably adm. at the 

Inner Temple, Apr. 29, 1691. 
ATHORP, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, June i, 

1704. S. of Robert, gent. B. at Knedlington, Howden, 

Yorks. School, Beverley, Yorks. Matric. 1704; LL.B. 1709. 

Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 4, 1710; priest, Sept. 21, 1712. 

R. of Hameringham with Scrafield, Lines., 1712-7. V. of 

Haugham. R. of Springthorpe, 1717. Father of the next. 
ATHORP, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, 

May 31, 1728. S. of Robert, clerk, above. B. at Springthorpe, 

Lines. School, Brigg. Matric. 1728. 
ATHOW, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, (aged 17) at Caius, 

Apr. 15, 1631. S. of Christopher, of Shottesham, Norfolk, 

gent. School, Mutford. Matric. 1631; Scholar, 1633-8; 

B.A. 1634-5; M.A. 1638. Ord. priest (Norwich) Sept. 25, 

1642. R. of E. Bilney, Norfolk, 1646-61. R. of Framingham- 

Earl and -Pigot, 1661-9. Died 1669. Brother of the next. 

(Venn, i. 298.) 
ATHOWE, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius with his 

brother Christopher, above. Matric. 1631; B.A. 1634-5; 

M.A. 1638. Licensed as Schoolmaster (by the Bishop of 

Norwich) Aug. 14, 1662. (Venn, i. 297.) 

ATHOWE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Clare, Michs. 1565. 

ATHOWE, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Caius, May 12, 1606, 
age 14. Of Lynn. S. of Thomas. B. Sept. 20, 1592. School, 
Lynn. Barrister-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1614. Ancient, 1627. 
Of Beachamwell, Norfolk. Died Dec. 17, 1638. Brother 
of Wingfield (1606). {Venn, 1. 192.) 

ATHOW, JOHN. Adm pens, at Caius, Oct. 1, 1612, age 18. 
Of Brisley, Norfolk. S. of John, gent. Matric. 1612; Scholar, 
1612-5. Perhaps buried at Beetley, Nov. 30, 1625. 

ATHOW, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1642. 

ATHOW, NICHOLAS. Matric. pens, from Clare, Michs. 1566; 
B.A. 1569-70; M A. 1573. Incorp. at Oxford, 1586. Scruta- 
tor, 1584-5. One of these names, s. of Christopher of 
Brisley, Norfolk, adm. at the Middle Temple, Feb. 10, 1585. 

ATHOWE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, June 25, 
1728. S. of Christopher, of Bergh Apton, Norfolk. B. there. 
Schools, Chedgrave and Yarmouth. Matric. 1729;B.A. 1731- 
2. Scholar, 1728-35. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 23, 1733. 
R. of Gillingham All Saints', Norfolk, 1745-60. Died Aug. 11, 
1760. {Venn, 11. 29.) 

ATHOWE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1576. 
S. of John, of Norfolk. Probably adm. at Gray's Inn, 1580; 
from Barnard's Inn. Called to the Bar, 1586. Died Sept. 22, 
1630. According to Foster he was a son of Christopher, of 
Brisley. {Gray's Inn Admissions ; Carthew, Hundred o/Laun- 
ditch, lu. 17.) 

ATHOWE, WINGFIELD. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Caius, May 12, 
1606, age 16. B. Mar. 18, 1590. S. of Thomas, of Lynn, 
gent.. Reader at Gray's Inn. Matric. 1606. Adm. at Gray's 
Inn, Feb. 16, 1607-8. Of Stanfield, Norfolk, Esq. Buried 
there, Aug. 21, 1657. Brother of John (1606). {Venn, i. 
192.) 

ATKINS, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Sidney, Oct. 1646. 
B. at Chesbunt, Herts. 2nd s. of Sir Edward, Baron of the 
Exchequer. School, Hertford. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 
19, 1647. Barrister, 1653. Baron of the Exchequer, and 
Knighted, 1679. Chief Baron, 1686. Retired, 1689, to Picken- 
ham, Norfolk. DiedinLondon, Oct. 1698. Brother of Robert 
(1637). {Foss.) 

ATKINS, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age t8) at Caius, July 6, 1624. 
S. of Thomas, of Barney, Norfolk, gent. School, Holt. 
Matric. 1624, as Adkins; B.A. 1627-8. Ord. priest (Norwich) 
Jan. 4, 1628-9. V. of W. Rudham, Norfolk, 1659-^. R. of 
E. Bilney, 1659. {Venn, i. 268.) 

ATKINS, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Clare, July 6, 1683. Of 
Shawell, Leics. Matric. 1683. One of these names, s. and 
h. of Philip, barrister of the Middle Temple, adm. there 
May 5, 1687. 

ATKYN or ATKINS, JOHN. Adm. a scholar at King's, from 
Eton, Apr. 16, 1509, age 18. B. at Haslingfield, Cambs. 
B.A. 1513-4; M.A. 1517. Fellow, 1312-29. Received the 
college permission for B.D. 1528, 



Atkinson, Benedict 

ATKYNS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 4, 1588. 
Matric. 1588. 

ATKINS, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Queens', Lent, 1645-6. Of 
Staffs. 

ATKINS, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Magdalene, June 6, 
1666. S. of John, gent., of Stanwick, Northants. School, 
Higham Ferrers. Matric. 1667-8. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 
July 4, 1666. Father of the next. 

ATKINS, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, July 29, 1685. 
From Clare, where he hadbeenadm.Dec. 3, 1684. S. of John, 
gent., above. B. at Stanwick, Northants. School, Knotting. 
Matric. 1684. 

ATKINS, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1552. 

ATKINS, RICHARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 14) at Sidney, 
Sept. 1, 1641 S. of Sir Henry, Knt., deceased, of Cheshunt, 
Herts. School, Hertford. Matric. 1641. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Feb. 3, 1647-8. Of Clapham, Surrey. Created Bart. 
1660. Sheriff of Bucks., 1649-50. Died Aug. 19, 1689. 
{G.E.C.) 

ATKINS, RICHARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 15) at Christ's, 
Nov. 2, 1681. S. of Sir Edward (1646), Baron of the Exchequer. 
B. in London. School, Brentwood. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Nov. 8, 1682. Died 1717. Father of Richard, below. {Peile, 
II. 84.) 

ATKINS, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 1714. Of Middle- 
sex. S. of Richard (1681). Scholar. Matric. Easter,i7i4; B.A. 
1717-8; M.A. from Peterhouse, 1721; D.D. 1733. Fellow of 
Peterhouse, 1718. R. of Lee, Kent, 1731-45. Died Apr. 24, 
1745. Buried at Lee. {Peile, 11. 183; T. A. Walker.) 

ATKINS, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Sidney, May 2, 
1637. S. of Edward, Esq. B. at Cheshunt, Herts. School, 
Hertford. Matric. 1637. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 8, 1638. 
1st s. of Sir Edward, Baron of the Exchequer. Barrister, 
1645. Bencher, 1661. M.P, for Carmarthen, 1656; for Eve- 
sham, 1659; for East Looe, 1661; for Middlesex, 1680. K.B. 
1660. Justice C.P. 1672-80. Speaker of the House of Lords, 
1689-93. Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 1689. Died at 
Sapperton, Gloucs., Feb. 18, 1710. M.I. at Westminster 
Abbey. (Foss.) 

ATKYNS, ROGER. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 1573. 

ATKIN, SAMPSON. Adm. pens, (age 20) at St John's, Feb. 6, 
1660-1. S. of James, shoemaker, of Uttoxeter, Staffs. 
B. there. School, Rolleston, Staffs. 

ATKINS, SIMON. Adm. sizar at Caius, Aug. 5, 1614, age 18. 
Of Barney, Norfolk. S. of Thomas. Schools, Swaffham and 
Wymondham. Matric. 1614; B.A. 1617-8; M.A. 1621. Oid. 
priest (Norwich) Feb. 21, 1618-19. R. of E. Bilney, Norfolk, 
1624. {Venn, i. 227.) 

ATKINS, 'STH' (? STEPHEN). Matric. pens, from Corpus 
Christi, Easter, 1548. 

ATKYNS, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 16) at Sidney, 
May 17, 1648. Of Clapham, Surrey. S. of Sir Henry, Knt., 
deceased. B. at Christchurch, London. School, Cheshunt, 
Herts. Matric. 1648. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 24, 1649. 

ATKIN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Mar. 27, 1654. 

ATKIN or ATKINS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
June 19, 1680. S. of Thomas. B. at Windsor. School, 
Westminster. Matric. 1681; Scholar, 1681; B.A. 1683-4; 
M.A. 1687. Head Master, King's School, Canterbury, 1689- 
1700. Married Mary Moore, of St Andrew's, Canterbury. 
Died Sept. 27, 1700; buried in the cathedral. 

ATKINS, TOBIAS. Adm. sizar at Queens', Oct. 19, 1719- Of 
Cornwall. Matric. 1720; B.A. 1723-4- Expelled, 1724. 

ATKINS, WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 

May 24, 1507, age 18. B. in Buckingham. B.A. 1511-2; 

M.A. 1515. Fellow, 1510. Ord. subdcacon (Ely) Easter, 

1516; priest, Oct. 20, 1516. 
ATKINS, WILLIS. Adm. pens, at Clare, Mar. 1, 1675-6. Of 

'Henwick,' Northants. Matric. 1676; B.A. 1679-80; M.A. 

1683. Fellow, 1681. Ord. deacon (London) Oct. 16, 1683. 

V. of Great Gransden, Hunts., 1686-1708. Died 1708. 

ATKINS, . Adm. sizar at King's, Lent, 1581-2. 

ATKINSON, ABRAHAM. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 

1598. Migrated to Emmanuel, Dec. 13, 1599. 
ATKINSON, ADAM. Adm. sizar (age 21) at St John's, June lo, 

1751. S. of Willi&m, husbandman, of Yorks. B. at Kirkby- 

Malham. School, Threshfield. Matric. i75i- 
ATKINSON, ANTHONY. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Nov. 

1550. Perhaps B.A. (Oxford) 1553; M.A. 1556. Licensed to 

preach in Latin or English in Oxford University. {Peile, 

I. 47.) 
ATKINSON, BENEDICT. B.A. from St John's, 1576-7; M.A. 

1580. 



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Atkinson, Charles 

ATKINSON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 20, 1662, 

Matric. 1662; Scholar, 1664. Probably s. and h. of Thomas, 

late of Daventry, Northants., Esq., deceased; adm. at 

Lincoln's Inn, May 2, 1665. 

ATKINSON, CHIPPENHAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 20, 

161 2. Of Notts. 
ATKINSON, CHRISTOPHER. M.A. 1573 (Incorp. from Oxford). 
B.A. (Oxford) 1565; M.A. 1570. Fellow of Merton College, 
1565-76. M.B. and M.D. (Oxford) 1585. {Al. Oxon.) 
ATKINSON, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. sUar from St John's, 
Easter, 1578. One of these names R. of Stanford Rivers, 
Essex, 1578. 
ATKINSON, DAVID. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Magdalene, 
Oct. 31, 1709. S. of David, pleader. B. at Louth, Lines. 
School, Eton. Matric. 1710. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 27, 
1711 ; and at Gray's Inn, June 6, 1717. Barrister, 1717. Of 
Fanthorpe Hall, Louth. Died 1770. {Lines. Pedigrees.) 
ATKINSON, EDWARD Matric. pens, from Sx John's, Michs. 
1601 ; B.A. 1606-7; M.A. 1610. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 
30; priest, Dec. 20, 1612. 
ATKINSON, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Sidney, Easter, 
1609. B. at Grimsby. B.A. 1612-3; M.A. 1616. Ord. deacon 
(London) Dec. 2, 1616, age 24; priest (Lincoln) Feb. 21, 
1618-9. PerhapsV.ofKimpton, Herts., 1635-40. Died 1640. 
ATKINSON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Jesus, May a, 1633. 

Of Yorks. Matric. 1633. 
ATKINSON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, 
June 15, 1639. S. of George, yeoman. B. at Saltfleetby, 
Lines. School, Saltfleetby. Matric. 1639; B.A. 1642-3; 
M.A. 1646. R. of Carleton-Rode, Norfolk, 1660-98. R. of 
Bunwell. Died May 4, 1698. Buried in Carleton-Rode 
Churchyard. 
ATKINSON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Christ's, 
May or June, 1665. S. of John. B. at Dodworth, Yorks. 
School, Kirkby Lonsdale. Matric. 1665; B.A. 1668-9. Buried 
Aug. 19, 1679, at Great St Andrew's, Cambridge. 
ATKINSON, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1617; B.A. 1619-20; M.A. 1623. Perhaps schoolmaster at 
Monken Hadley, Middlesex. 
ATKINSON, FRANCIS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 
Jan. 27, 1635-6. S. of Henry, merchant, of Richmond, 
Yorks. B. there. School, Richmond. Matric. 1636; B.A. 
1639-40. 
ATKINSON, FRANCIS. M.A. from Trinity, 1679. S. of 
Thomas, of Stanton Lacy, Salop, clerk. Matric. (Christ 
Church, Oxford) May 24, 1661; B.A. (Oxford) 1664-5. 
R. of Winstanton, Salop, 1678. R. of Aston Boterell, 1679. 
{A I. Oxon.) 
ATKINSON, GEORGE. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Easter, 
i6i8; B.A. 1621-2; M.A. 1625. Perhaps V. of Acomb, 
Yorks., 1630. 
ATKINSON, GILBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 4, 1672. 
School, Westminster. Scholar, 1673; B.A. 1675-6; M.A. 1679. 
Ord. deacon (London) July 31, 1686. R. of Methley, Yorks., 
1687-1709. Preb. of York, 1708-9. Died 1709. 
ATKINSON, HENRY. B.A. 1525-6. One of these names R. of 

Westley Waterless, Cambs., 1554. 
ATKINSON, HENRY. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 
1576; B.A. 1579-80; M.A. 1583. Ord. de.icon (Peterb.) ; priest 
(Ely) Dec. 1580, age 30. 
ATKINSON, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Pembroke, Mar. 
25, 164 1. S. of Henry, baker. B. at Hadleigh, Suffolk. 
Matric. 1641. 
ATKINSON, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Trinity, July 13, 1664. 
Matric. 1665. One of these names, s. and h. of Henry, late 
of Kipon, Esq.,deceased;adm. at Lincoln's Inn, July 2, 1679. 
ATKINSON, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 5, 1689. Of 
Yorks. S. of Henry, of Leeds, Yorks. Matric. 1689; Scholar, 
1691. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 28, 1689. Died Oct. 23, 
1694, aged 22. M.I. at Leeds. (A. Gray.) 
ATKINSON, ISAAC. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Christ's, June 30, 
1627. S. of John. B. at Cambridge. Schools, Haverhill and 
Mans&cld. Matric. 1627; B.A. 1630-1: M.A. 1634. Ord. 
priest (Lincoln) Mar. 1633. V. of Arksey with Bentley, 
near Doncaster, 1637-62. Died 1662. Brother of Thomas 
(1623-4)- (P"'<. «• 386.) 
ATKINSON, JAMES. Matric. sizar from St John's, e. 1591. 
ATKINSON, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 9, 1522, age 17. B. at Yarmouth, Norfolk. B.A. 1536-7. 
Fellow, 1525-8. 
ATKINSON, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Pbmbroks, Michs. 
1546; B.A. 1547-8; M.A. from Peterhouse, 1555. Fellow of 
Peterhouse, 1355-8. V. of Holy Trinity, Cambridge, 1530-8. 



Will proved (V.C.C.) 1358. Buried at LitUe St Mary's, Cam- 
bridge, Nov. 23, 1358. 



Atkinson, Richard 

ATKINSON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1568; 
B.A. from St John's, 1571-2; M.A. 1575. Ord. priest (Peter- 
borough) Mar. 23, 1373. R. of Offord Cluny, Hunts., 1574- 
1614. Died 1614. 

ATKINSON, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Queens', Lent, 1578-9. 
Of Notts. B.A. 1582-3 ; M.A. 1586; M.D. from Corpus Christi, 
1608. 

ATKINSON, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1598 ; 

B.A. 1601-2; M.A. 1605. One of these names (M.A.) R. of 

Farthingstone, Northants., 1610-27. Buried there, 1627. 
ATKINSON, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Christ's, July, 1604. 
ATKINSON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Dec. 161 1; 

B.A. 1614-5. Ord. deacon (York) Sept. 1620; priest, June, 

1626. 

ATKINSON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 1618; 
B.A. 1621-2; M.A. 1625. 

ATKINSON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Pembroke, Easter, 
1620. 

ATKINSON, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 20) at St John's, June 14, 
1656. S. of Peter, clerk, of Lancaster. B. there. School, 
Sedbergh. 

ATKINSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 8, 1667. 

ATKINSON, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 21) at St John's, May 29, 
1707. S. of Miles, deceased. B. at Hugil, near Kendal, 
Westmorland. IVobably a mistake for Thomas, whom see. 

ATKINSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caiu.s, July 31, 1712. 
S. and h. of John, alderman of Norwich. B. there. Schools, 
Reepham and Norwich. Matric. 1712; Scholar, 1712-18; 
LL.B. 1718. Fellow, 1720-35. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Dec. 22, 1719. {Venn, i. 527.) 

ATKINSON, JONATHAN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Peterhouse, 
Sept. 13, 1664. Of Notts. Matric. 1665 ; Scholar, 1667; B.A. 
lei^S-g. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 19, 1669; priest, Dec. 18, 
1670. R. of W. Barkwith, Lines., 1670. 

ATKINSON, MARK. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Christ's, May 12, 

1637. S. of Simon (of 1606). B. at Threntoft, Yorks. 

Schools, Anderby and Coxwold. Matric. 1637; B.A. 1640-1. 
ATKINSON, MARK. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Magdalene, May 

13, 1670. S. of Mark, clerk, deceased, of Scorton, Yorks. 

School, Northallerton. Matric. 1670. 

ATKINSON, NATHANIEL. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Easter, 
1635. Of Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 1635. B.A. 1640; M.A. 
1643. Ord. deacon (Norwich) May 28, 1643, age 26; C. of 
Bradwell, Suffolk; priest, Mar. 17, 1643-4. 

ATKINSON, PETER. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Easter, 1603 ; 
B.A. 1607-8. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 11, 1609, age 24. 
C. of Wretton, Norfolk. {Peile, i. 245.) 

ATKINSON, PETER. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Michs. 1652. 

ATKINSON, PETER. Adm. sizar at Christ's, Feb. 12, 1673-4. 
Matric. 1676; B.A. 1678-9. Ord. deacon (York) Dec. 1678; 

Eriest, Mar. 1679-80. Licensed to preach at Dunsby, 
incs., 1684. {Peile, n. 30.) 
ATKINSON, PETER. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, June 18, 

1694. S. of Peter, gent. B. at Leybum in Wensley, Yorks. 

School, Threshfield. Matric. 1696; B..\. 1697-8. 
ATKINSON, PHILIP. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, May 22, 

1676. S. of Anthony. B. in London. School, Westminster. 

Scholar, 1677; Matric. 1679; B.A. 1679-80; M.A. 1683; D.D. 

1697. Incorp. at Oxford, 1687. Ord. deacon (London) 

Mar. 26, 1683. Perhaps V. of Duloe, Comw,ill, 1683, and R. 

of St Peters, Northampton, 1698, and P.C. of Paddington, 

Middlesex, 1688. {Al. Oxon.) 
ATKINSON, RICHARD. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 

1527. B. at Ripley, Yorks. B.A. 1531-2; M.A. 1535; B.D. 

1542; D.D. 1545. Fellow, 1530-48. Provost, 1553. R. of 

Stower Provost, Dorset, 1547-56. Lady Margaret preacher, 

1545. R. of Woodehurch, Kent. Incorp. at Oxford, 1554, 

on his visit there to dispute with the martyrs. Died of the 

plague, 1556; will proved (King's College) Sept. 15. {Cooper, 

I. 161; III. 67; Al. Oxon.) 
ATKINSON, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 

1579; B.A. 1582-3; M.A. 1586. 
ATKINSON, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 

1620. Of Hunts. B.A. from Trinity Hall, 1623-4; M.A. 

1628. One of these names R. of Kessingland, Suffolk, 1641. 

ATKINSON, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 21) at St John's, 
May 31, 1647. S. of Richard, husbandman, of Milnthorpe, 
Westmorland. B. there. School, Heversham. Migrated to 
Sidney, Oct. 2, 1647. Matric. 1647. 

ATKINSON, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age i8j at Christ's, 
June 18, 1659. S. of John. B. at Northallerton, Yorks 
School, Northallerton. Matric. 1659; B.A. 1662-3. 



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Atkinson, Richard 

ATKINSON, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Christ's, 
May 25, 1665. S. of John. B. at Widdington, Yorks. School, 
Ripon. Matric. 1665. Adm. at Gray's Inn, June i, 1668. 
Barrister, 1676. Ancient 1688. (PMe, i. 618.) 

ATKINSON, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 30) at St John's, 
May, 1708. S. of John, husbandman. B. at Sedbergh, Yorks. 
School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1709; B.A. 1711-2. 

ATKINSON, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 21) at St John's, 
July I, 1726. S. of Simeon, husbandman, of Yorks. B. at 
Sedbergh. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1726; B.A. 1729-30. 
Ord. deacon (York) Jan. 16, 1731-2; priest, June 4, I732' 
Curate and chaplain to the Hospital chapel, Lancaster. 
{Scott-Mayor, in. 400.) 

ATKINSON, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 
1565; B.A. 1568-9. Probably R. of Hawerby, and Beesby, 
Lines., 1590-6. V. of Bliton, 1595-1601. R. of Gayton-le- 
Marsh, 1597. R. of Glentworth, 1600-26. 

ATKINSON, ROBERT. Matric. pens. Queens', Easter, 1580. 
Of Northumberland. B.A. 1583-4. Buried at St Botolph's, 
Cambridge, May 6, 1586. 

ATKINSON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Christ's, Oct. 
14, 1652. S. of Thomas. B. at Newark. School, Newark. 
Matric. 1652. Probably father of Robert (1687). 

ATKINSON, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall, 
Michs.i654;LL.B. 1658. Perhaps s. of Thomas, of Cambridge; 
adm. at Gray's Inn, July 3, 1656. Barrister, 1670. Ancient, 
1680. (J. Foster, Gray's Inn.) 

ATKINSON, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, 
Feb. 24, 1679-80. S. of Abraham, bookseller. B. at Cam- 
bridge. School, Peterborough. Matric. 1680. 

ATKINSON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 1687. S. of 

Robert. B. at Newark. School, Newark. Matric. 1688. 

Probably s. of Robert (1652). Resided two years. (Peile, n. 

104.) 
ATKINSON, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 30, 1718. 

Of Surrey. Matric. 1718. 

ATKINSON, SIMON. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1606. 
Probably father of Mark (1637). 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. B.A. 1503-4. 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Feb. 19, 1525-6, age 16. B. at Eglingham, Northumberland. 
Left Feb. 1528-9. R. of Elwick, EKirham, 1546-54. Preb. 
of York, 1559-71. 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. B.A. 1529-30; M.A. 1532. 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. B.A. 1541-2; M.A. from Trinity, 1547; 
B.D. 1554. Original fellow of Trinity, 1546. 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Nov. 1553. 
One of these names R. of Higham Gobion, Beds., 1557. 
R. of Rockland St Andrew, Norfolk, 1575. {Peile, i. 55.) 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Matric. pens. St John's, Michs. 1566. 
Of Yorks. B.A. 1569-70; M.A. 1573. Fellow, 1573. 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 
1571; B.A. 1574-5; M.A. 1578. Probably ord. deacon and 
priest (Ely) June 5, 1579 (M.A.). V. of Downham, Suffolk. 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 
1577; B.A. 1580-1; M.A. 1585. Incorp. at Oxford, 1586. 
Probably ord. deacon (Durham) May 19, 1583; priest, Jime 
7, 1584. V. of Gt and Little Paxton, Hunts., 1588. Sub- 
dean of St Paul's, 1607. Died April, 1616. {Al. Oxon.) 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Michs. 
1581. B. at Langton by Spilsby, Lines., 1554. Resided four 
years. Ord. priest (Lincoln): 'preacher; has resided at 
Binbrooke, S. Kelsey, and Humberstone.' R. of Bamoldby, 
Lines., i6oi-io. 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Michs. 

1587. 
ATKINSON, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Queens', 1595. Of 

Cumberland. B.A. 1598-9; M.A. 1602. One of these names, 

M.A., V. of Wrangle, Lines., 1625. 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 
1607. 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Matric. pens fromCuRiST's, Michs. 1619. 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, July, 1620; 
B.A. 1623-4; M.A. 1627. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Dec. 19, 
1625. One of these names R. of S. Kelsey, Lines., 1631. 
{PeiU, I. 333.) 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 12, 
1623-4. S. of John. B. at Cambridge. School, Epping. 
Matric. 1623; B.A. 1626-7; M.A. 1630 Brother of Isaac 
(1627). 



Atterbie, Thomas 

ATKINSON, THOMAS, 'B.A. of Trinity College,' Cambridge, 
when ord. deacon (London) June 8, 1628, age 22. B. at 
Ifield, Sussex. 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, May 7, 
1673. S. of Edward, saddler. B. at Northampton. School, 
Northampton. Matric. 1673; B.A. 1676-7; M.A. 1680. 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Jesus, June 10, 1693. 
Of Yorks. Matric. 1693; B.A. 1696-7. One of these names, 
clerk, age 24; licensed to marry Alice Sayer, spinster, of 
Leeds (Paver). 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's as ' John,' May 
29, 1707, age 21. S. of Miles, deceased. B. at Hugil, West- 
morland. School, Kendal. Matric. 1707; B.A. 1710-1. 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, Nov. 18, 
1747. S.ofWorsopp(i7o7). B. at Ware, Herts. School, Pen- 
rith. Scholar, 1747-8; Matric. 1748; B.A. 1752; M.A. 1755. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June, 1751; priest, E>ec. 1753. V. of 
Whitchurch, Bucks., 1755. 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM. B.A. 1474-5; M.A. 1478; B.D. 1489; 
D.D. 1497. Of York diocese. Fellow of Pembroke, 1477. 
One of the original fellows of Jesus. Ord. sub-deacon 
(Lincoln) Dec. 19, 1478; deacon (Norwich) Mar. 6, 1478-9. 
Preb. of Southwell, 1501. Canon of Lincoln, 1504; of 
Windsor, 1507. Died Aug. 8, 1509; buried at Windsor. 
Benefactor to Pembroke College. Translated the Imitatio 
Christi. {Cooper, i. 13; D.N.B.) 

ATKYNSON, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Michs. 1552. 
Of Yorks. B.A. 1555-6. Fellow of St John's, 1556. One 
of these names R. of Hickling, Notts., 1566-93. Died 1593. 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, 
Michs. 1556. 

ATKINSON, WILLI AM. Scholarof Trinity, 1562; B.A. 1565-6; 

M.A. 1569; B.D. 1576. Fellow, 1567. Incorp. at Oxford, 

1572. 
ATKINSON, W. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 1565. 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Christ's, June, 
1573; B.A. 1576-7; M.A. 1580. Perhaps R. of Cranworth, 
Norfolk, 1580-1612. One of these names licensed to teach 
in dioceses of London and Ely, 1586. {Peile, i. 126.) 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 
1609. One of these names, s. of John, late of York, adm. 
at Gray's Ion, May 18, 1610. 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Pembroke, 
Apr. 22, 1619. S. of Richard, of Ripon, Yorks. Matric. 1619. 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Christ's, June, 1624. 
S. of Thomas, husbandman. B. at Barton, Westmorland. 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 28, 1692. 
Of Yorks. Scholar, 1693; Matric. 1696. Probably ist s. of 
Edward, of Leeds, adm. at Gray's Inn, Dec. 20, 1697. 
Died s./>. Oct. 15, 1702. 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 21) at St John's, 
Mar. 29, 1706. S. of Richard, deceased. B. at Eastiington, 
Yorks. School, York. Matric. 1708; B.A. 1711-2. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 24, 1710 ('B.A.'). 

ATKINSON, WORSOPP. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Peterhouse, 
May 28, 1707. Of Bucks. School, Northampton. Scholar, 
1708. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 21, 1712; priest (Lincoln) 
June 9, 1723. R. of Pitchcott, Bucks., 1727-62. Died 1762 
Father of Tliomas (1747). 

ATKINSON, . B.Can.L. 1475-6- 

ATKYS, HENRY. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs., 1566. 

ATKYS, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Lent, 1579-80. 

ATLEY, JOHN. B.A. Fellow of Clare, May 3, 1466. 

ATLEY, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 30, 1644. 

ATLEE or ATLEY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 14) at Caius, 
Mar. 14, 1585-6. S. of Richard, of E. Dereham, Norfolk. 
School, E. Dereham. Matric. 1586. 

ATLEE, WILLIABL Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter 1633. 
Of Herts. B.A. 1636-7. 

ATLOWE or ATSLOWE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 15) at 
Peterhouse, Apr. 14, 1616. S. of Henry, of Downham, 
Essex. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Jan. 27, 1618-19. Of Down- 
ham, Esq. {T. A. Walker, p. 1 ; Vis. 0/ Essex, 1634.) 

ATLYFFE or ATCLYFF, . D.D. 1513-4. Incorp. from 

Turin. 

ATMEAR, . Adm. scholar at Sidney, June, 1600. 

ATTERBIE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Dec. 1572; 

B.A. 1576-7; M.A. 1580. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 19, 

1577-8; priest, Oct. 27, 1580. V. of Owston, Lines., 1583. 

Probably V. of Chigwell, Essex, 1589-97. Died 1597. {Peile, 

I. 123.) 



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Atterbury, Lewis 

ATTERBURY, LEWIS. Incorp. D.D. 1664. from Christ Church, 
Oxford (matric. there Apr. 9, 1647, age 16). S. of Francis, 
of Middleton MaUor, Northants., clerk. B.A. (Oxford) X650; 
U.A. 165^ ; D.D. 1660. R. of Long Rissington, Gloucs., 1654- 
R. of Middleton Keynes, Bucks., 1657. Preb. of Lincoln, 
1690. Died Dec. 1693. Father of Francis, Bishop of Roches- 
ter. Author, theological. [D.N.B.; Al. Oxon.) 

ATTERBURY, LEWIS. Incorp. M.A. 1681; from Oxford. S. of 
Lewis, of Middleton, Bucks., D.D., above. B. at Caldecot, 
Bucks., May 2, 1656. Matric. (Christ Church, Oxford) Apr. 
10, 1674, agei7; B.A.(Oxford)i677;M.A.i68o;D.C.L.i687. 
Lecturer at Highgate, Middlesex, 1695. R. of Sywell, North- 
anU., 1684-1707. R. of Shepperton, Middlesex, 1707. R. of 
Homsev, 1719. R. of Homerton, 1719- Died Oct. 20, 1731, 
at Bath. Buried at Highgate. {D.N.B.; Al. Oxon.) 

ATTERBERY, STEPHEN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1609. S. and h. of Louis, of Gt Houghton. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Nov. 17, 1610. 

ATTERSALL, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, 
Michs. 1579. B.A. from Clare, 1582-3, as Attersold; M.A. 
from Peterhouse, 1586. Ord. deacon and priest (Chichester) 
Oct. 6, 1588. C. of Buxted in 1589. R. of Isfield, Sussex, 
1600-40. Buried there, Mav 30, 1640. Author of religious 
works. Father of the next. '{D.N.B.) 

ATTERSALL, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, 
Easter, 1608. S. of above. B. at Mayfield, Sussex. School, 
Tonbridge. B.A. 161 1-2; M.A. 1615. Ord. deacon (London) 
Dec. 24, 1615, age 24; priest (Cluchester) May 26, 1616. 
V. of Laughton, Sussex, 1633. Ejected from E. Hoathly, 
Sussex, 1662. [D.N.B.; CcUamy, 11. 463.) 

ATTERSOL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Apr. 9, 1669. Matric. 1669; B.A. 1672-3. Letters dimissory 
for both orders (Canterbury) 1679. V.of Bishopstone, Sussex, 
1679. 

ATTILBOROUGH, JOHN. Pens, at Gonville Hall, 1497-9. 
.Monk from Norwich Priory. 

ATTILBRIGGE, ROBERT. Scholar at King's Hall, 1392-7. 

ATTLESEY, PHILIP. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, Apr. 20, 
1626. Of Ely. Matric. 1627; B.A. 1629-30; M.A. 1638. 
Minister of Tattenhoe, Bucks., 1663. 

ATTON, CHAMBERLANE. Adm. scholar (age 16) at Sidney, 
May, 1689. ist s. of Stephen (1664), V. of Gt Easton, Leics. 
School, Uppingham. Matric. 1690. 

ATTON, CHAMBERLAINE. Adm. pens, (age 14) at St John's, 
Apr. 6, 1709. S. of Stephen, clerk. B. at Brooke near 
Oakham, Rutland. Educated at home and at Rugby. 
Matric. 1710; B.A. 1712-3; M.A. 1716. Ord. priest (Lincoln) 
Dec. 20, 1719. R. of Wilsford, Lines., 1721. 

ATTON, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age x8) at Sidney, May 26, 
1665. 2nd s. of William, yeoman, deceased. B. at Bramp- 
ton, Ruts. School, Oakham. Matric. 1667-8. Migrated to 
Christ's, July 7, 1669. M.B. from Christ's, 1670; M.D. 1675. 
Died July 25, 1707; buried at Chesterfield, Derbs. {Peile, 
II. 25.) 

ATTON, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, May 9, 
1716. S. of Stephen, of Gt Easton, Leics., clerk. School, 
Gt Easton. Matric. 1716; B.A. 1719-20. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) Jan. 29, 1720-1; priest (Ely) Sept. 20, 1724. R. of 
Willingham, Cambs., 1722. P.C. of Lit. Raveley, Hunts., 
1725. R. of Bringhurst, Leics., 1727. 

ATTON, STEPHEN. Adm. sizar (age 22)at Sidney, July 2, 1664. 

ist s. of William, yeoman, deceased. B. at Bramston, Ruts. 

School, Oakham.' Matric. 1664; B.A. 1667-8; M.A. 1671. 

Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Aug. 10, 1668; priest, June 6, 1669. 

V. of Bringhurst with Drayton, Leics., 1669-1721. R. of 

Wilsford, Lines., 1702. V. of Gt Easton, Leics. Died 

Sept. 22, 1721. M.I. at Gt Easton. Father of Chamberlane 

(1689), Stephen (1689) and William (1693-4). (Nichols, 11. 

515) 
ATTON, STEPHEN. Adm. scholar (age 15) at Sidney, May, 

1689. 2nd s. of Stephen (1664), V. of Gt Easton, Leics. 

School, Uppingham. Matric. 1690. 

ATTON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Mar. 14, 
1693-4. S. of Stephen, clerk (1664). B. at Gt Easton, Leics, 
School, Oakham. Matric. 1696. 

ATWATER, THOMAS. B.Can.L. 1467-8. 

AT WELL, GEORGE. 'Cantab, de studio et praxi mathematicis 
non ignobilis': died Sept. 14, 1638, aged 82. M.I. at N. 
Runcton, Norfolk. Should have matriculated c. 1393-3. 
(Le Neve, Mon. v. 48.) 

ATWELL, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 13) at Christ's, May 20, 
1638. S. of Nathaniel. B. at Hobom (? Wobum), Beds. 
School, Hitcbin. Matric. 1638. 



AuBERINtJS, CaiUS 

ATWELL, JOHN. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 1498. 
Ord. sub -deacon (Lincoln) Feb. 15, 1504-5; priest, Dec. 20, 
1505. 1st in the ordo, 1302-3. Fellow of King's. Died, as 
fellow, 1508. 

ATWELL, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, Nov. 20, 

i66i. S. of George, deceased, of Barton, Northants. B. there. 

School, Harborough. Matric. 1661; B.A. 1665-6; MJV. 1669. 
ATWELL, MATTHEW. M.A. from Peterhouse, 1718. S. of 

Matthew, of Buckland Monachorum, Devon, clerk. Matric. 

(Exeter College, Oxford), Apr. 12, 1712, age 18; B.A. 

(Oxford) 1717. (Al. Oxon.) 

ATEWELL, RALPH, B.A. from King's, 1578-0. Will proved 
(V.C.C.) 1606. . ../ ^ y 

ATWELL, . Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, 1628. 

ATWOOD, CLEMENT. Adm. pens, at Clare, Mar. 14, 1672-3. 
Of Norwich. Matric. 1673; B.A. 1676-7; M.A. 1680. V. of 
Potter Heigham, Norfolk, 1681. Ord. deacon (Norwich) May 
26, 1678; priest, June 5, 1680. Died 1699, aged 43. 

ATWOOD, JAMES. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1620. Of Kent. 

ATWOOD, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1615. 
Of Essex. 2nd s. of John, of Littlebury, Essex. Brother 
of Walter (1618) and William (1614). (Vis. of Essex, 1634.) 

ATWOOD, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Lent, 1645-6. 
Of Luton, Beds. Matric. 1647-8; B.A. 1649-50; M.A. 1653; 
B.D. 1660. Fellow of Emmanuel, 1652. Incorp. at Oxford, 
1661. R. of N. Cadbury, Somerset, 1663-89. Died 1689. 

ATWOOD, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Queens', May 4, 1660. 
Of Essex. Probably s. of John, of Broomfield; B. 1644; 
adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 19, 1658. Barrister, 1666. 
(Morant, i. 155.) 

ATWOOD, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Peterhouse, Mar. 14, 
1697-8. Of Hunts. School, St Neots. Matric. 1698; B.A. 
1701-2; M.A. 1720. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Sept. 22, 1706. 
R. of St Andrew and St Michael, Stamford, 1708. 

ATWOOD, JOHN. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1716. Of London. 

One of these names, ist s. of John, of Clement's Inn, adm. 

at Lincoln's Inn, June 21, t7i7. 
ATTWOOD, JOHN. M.A. from King's, 1735. S. of Thomas, of 

Chadsley, Worcs., gent. Matric. at Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 

Mar. 9, 1725-6, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1730. (Al. Oxon.) 

ATWOOD, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Pembroke, 

Mar. 28, 1696. S. of William, of London. B. in London. 

Colleger at Eton. Matric. 1697; B.A. 1699-1700; M.A. 1703. 

Fellow, 1703. Esquire Bedell, 1715-34. Author of MS. 

collections. Benefactor to Pembroke. Died May 13, 1734. 

Will proved (V.C.C.) 1734. M.I. at Riddlesworth, Norfolk. 

(Stokes, Bedells, p. 107.) 
ATWOOD, THOMAS. Fellow of Gonville Hall in 1399. 

Master, 1426-54. Ord. sub-deacon (Ely) Dec. 20, 1399. 

R. of Lolworth, Cambs., 1408. Also held livings of Boxworth, 

1431; and Elsworth, 1432. V. of Lophara, Norfolk, 1446. 

Chaplain to Duke of Norfolk. V. of Mutford, Suffolk, 1452-6. 

Buried at Elsworth, Cambs. Benefactor to Gonville Hall. 

(Venn, 1. 4.) 
ATWOOD, THOMAS. From Oriel CoUege, Oxford. Adm. at 

Caius, c. Mar. 1695. S. of Anthony, gent., of Elmbridge, 

Worcs. B.A. (Oxford) 1693 ; M.B. (Cambridge) 1696. Adm. at 

Leyden, 1702. Perhaps died 1765, 'aged 83.' (K«nn, i. 496.) 

ATWOOD, WALTER. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 
1618. Of Essex. B.A. 162 1-2; M.A. 1625. 3rd s. of John, 
of Littlebury. V.of Warminster, Wilts. Will proved (P.C.C.) 
Dec. 1635. Brother of John (1613) and the next. (Vis. 
of Essex, 1634.) 

ATWOOD, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 
1614. Adm. at Middle Temple, May 6, 1616. S. and h. of 
John, of Littlebury, Essex. Of Littlebury, Esq. Perhaps 
father of the next. (Vis. of Essex, 1634.) 

ATWOOD, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall, 
Michs. 1647. Perhaps s. of VVilliam, of Littlebury, Essex, 
above. (Vis. of Essex, 1634.) 

ATWOOD, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', Mar. 23, 1668-9. 
Of Broomfield, Essex. S. and h. of John. Matric. 1669. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Dec. 2, 1669 ; and at Gray's Inn, June 11, 
1670. Master of the Revels at Gray's Inn, 1674-5. Barrister, 
1674. Ancient, 1701. Emigrated to New York, 1701, as Chief 
Justice and Judge of the Court of Admiralty. Suspended 
in 1702, and returned to England. Wrote various legal 
and political works. (D.N.B.) 

ATWOOD, . Adm. Fell. -Com. at Corpus Christi, 1533. 

AUBEPINE, CHARLES DE; see ALBASPINA. 

AUBERINUS, CAIUS. A learned luliau. Employed by the 
University in writing letters Lectured on Terence. Died 
c. 1504. (Cooper, 1. 9.) 



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AuBiE, Andrew 

AUBIE (? ANBIE), ANDREW. Matric. pens, from Trinity, 
Easter, 1634; B.A. 1638: 

AUBIGNY, GEORGE. M.A. 1634. Brother of the Duke of 
Lennox. 4th s. of Esm4, Duke of Lennox. B. July 17, 1618. 
KiUed at EdgehiU, Oct. 23, 1642. Buried at Christ Church 
Cathedral, Oxford. {Scots Peerage.) 

AUBREY, THOMAS. M.A. from St John's, 1708. Matric. 
(Jesus College, Oxford) Mar. 3, 1695-6, age iS. S. of John, 
of Carmarthen, clerk. B.A. (Oxford) 1699. One of these 
names R. of Eccleston, Cheshire, 1704-58. {Al. Oxon.) 

AUBREY, THOMAS. Of St Catharine's (no matriculation 
found). Ord. deacon (London) Sept. 21, 1712 (from St 
Catharine's); priest (Lincoln) Dec. 20, 1713. P.C. of Elstow, 
Beds., 1713. V. of Eaton Socon, 1720. 

AUBURNE, MATTHEW. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Easter, 
1625. Matric. 1625; B.A. 1628-9; M.A. 1633. Ord. deacon 
(Durham) Sept. 19, 1630; priest (Peterb.) Sept. 23, 1632. 
C. of Brantham, Suffolk, 1638. 

AUBURNE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 
Feb. 1, 1647-8. S. of Robert, gent., of Clenchwarton, Nor- 
folk. B. there. School, Ringstead. Matric. 1648. 

AUCHER, ANTHONY. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Clare, Feb. 26, 
1631-2. Matric. 1633. ist s. of Sir Anthony, of Bishops- 
bourne, Kent, Knt., age 5 in 1619. Sheriff of Kent. 
Succeeded his father, 1637. Knighted 164 1. M.P. for Canter- 
bury, 1660. Created Bart. 1666. Buried at Bishopsboimie, 
May 31, 1692. Father of Anthony (1655) and of Hatton 
(1654). {KerU Vis., 1619; Burke, Ext. Bart.; G.E.C.) 

AUCHER, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
June 29, 1635. S. of Edwin, of Willesbury, Kent. Grandson 
of Margaret Sandys, dau. of Archbp. Sandys. Matric. 1636; 
Migrated to Peterhouse, Mar. 24, 1637. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 
July 15, 1640. Barrister, 1648. (T. A. Walker, 59.) 

AUCHER, ANTHONY. Matric. FeU.-Com. from King's, Easter, 
1655. Eldest s. of Sir Anthony (1631-2), of Bishopsboume, 
Kent, Bart. Afterwards matric. at Oxford, Mar. 10, 1656-7. 
Buried at Bourne, Sept. 12, 1673. Brotherof Hatton (1654). 
{G.E.C. IV. 33.) 

AUCHER, EDWIN. Scholar of Trinity, Easter, 1608; B.A. 
1608-9. One of these names 2nd s. of Anthony, of Bishops- 
boume, Kent. {Kent Vis., 1619.) 

AUCHER, HATTON. Adm. pens, at Clare, Nov. 8, 1654. S. of 
Sir Anthony, of Bishopsboume, Kent, Bart. (1633). Matric. 
1654; B.A. i66o; M.A. from Trinity Hall, 1664. Fellow of 
Trinity Hall, 1662-80. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 18, 1658. 
Buried at Bishopsboume, Sept. 4, 1691. {G.E.C.) 

AUCHER, Sir HEWITT, Bart Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 13) at 
St John's, May 9, 1700. S. of Sir Anthony, Knt., and Bart. 
B. at Canterbury. School, Canterbury. Succeeded as Bart. 
Died May 26, 1726. (Burke, Ext. Bart.; G.E.C.) 

AUCHER, JOHN. Scholar of Corpus Christi (nominated by 

Archbishop Laud) 1634. S. of Sir Anthony, Knt., of Hauts- 

bome, Kent. Bapt. at Bishopsboume, Oct. 28, 1619. Matric. 

1634-5; B.A. 1637-8; M.A. from Peterhouse, 1641; D.D. 

1660 {Lit. Reg.). Fellow of Peterhouse, 1640-4; ejected; 

restored 1660-1661. Preb. of Canterbury, 1660. U. ofWest- 

bere, Kent, 1661-81. R. of All HaUows, Lombard St, 1663- 

85. Died Mar. 12, 1700-1. M.I. Canterbury Cathedral. 

Author, theological. {T.A. Walker, 70; D.N.B.) 
AUDER, WILLIAM. B.A. from Christ's, 1602-3; M.A. 1606. 

Ord. deacon and priest (Norwich) Mar. 12, 1608-9, ^ge 27. 

Chaplain to 'Dommus Gray,' of Playford, Suffolk. {Petle, i. 

233) 
AUDIAN, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 

1550; B.A. 1550-1; M.A. 1559. 
AUDLEY, COB. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1720. Of Norfolk. 

Matric. 1721. Died in College; buried in St Benet's Church. 

AUDLEY, EDMUND. Matric. pens, from Christ's, May, 1554. 

AUDLEY, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Christ's, July, 1607; 

B.A. 1610-1. 
AUDLEY, HUGH, Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, Apr. 30, 

1669. S. of Robert. B. at Warden, Beds. School, Knotting, 

Beds. Matric. 1669. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Feb. 15, 

1672-3. Of Biggleswade. Brother of Robert (1674). 
AWDELEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, 1539. Perhaps same 

as the next. 
AUDLEY, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Easter, 

1544- 
AWDLEY, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1560. 

One of these names R. of St Martin, Leicester, 1569. 

AUDLEY, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, c. 1596. One 
of these names adm. at Gray's Inn, Apr. 21, 1600. S. of John, 
of South Ockendon, Essex. 



AuDLEY, William 

AUDLEY, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Christ's, July, 1621, 

B.A. 1624-5; M.A. 1628. Ord. deacon and priest (Norwich) 

Sept. 1627. Perhaps P.C. of Layer-de-la-Haye, Essex, 1640. 

Perhaps V. of Tortworth, Gloucs., 1637-44, ejected. R. of 

Woodchester, 1656-60. {Peile, i. 340.) 
AUDLEY, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St Catharine's, Michs. 

1622; B.A. 1627. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 27; priest, 

Sept. 28, 1629. V. of Haconby, Lines., 1631. 
AUDLEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Christ's, June 8, 

1649. S. of Francis. B. at Hitchin, Herts. School, Hitchin. 

Matric. 1649; B.A. 1652-3; M.A. 1656. 
AUDLEY, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1656. 

Of Hunts. B.A. 1659-60; M.A. 1663. One of these names 

(B.A.) ord. deacon (Lincoln) Nov. 14, 1661. Perhaps P.C. of 

St Katherine Cree, 1672-92. Non-juror. 
AUDLEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Peterhouse, May 23, 

1696. B. in Huntingdon. School, Eton (CoUeger). Scholar, 

1696; Matric. 1697; B.A. 1699-1700; M.A. 1703; LL.D. 1710. 

FeUow, 1703. Taxor, 1707. Incorp. at Oxford, 1712. Adm. 

advocate, 1710. Vicar-General of the Province of York and 

ChanceUor of the Diocese. Advocate-General of the Court 

of Chivahry, 1739. {T.A. Walker.) 
AWDLEY, LEWIS. B.A. from King's, 1637-8; M.A. 1641- 

Ord. deacon (Peterborough) Dec. 28, 1641. 
AUDLEY, MOLINEUX. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1672. Of 

Hunts. 
AWDELEY, PHILIP. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 

1555- 
AWDLEY, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1553. 

One of these names V. of Newton, Norfolk, 1566-86. Died 

1586. 
AUDLEY, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Easter, 

1579. Rob. Audley, of Welboum, was adm. at Gray's Inn, 

June 12, 1581; s. of Anthony. Buried at Welboum, Feb. 24, 

1591-2. Perhapsfather of Robert (1611). {Lines. Pedigrees.) 

AWDLEY, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Michs. 
1585. Rob. Audley, of Houghton, Beds, {sic.) and of Bar- 
nard's Inn, was adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 9, 1585-6. Prob- 
ably s. of Thomas, of Houghton. (J. Foster, Gray's Inn.) 

AUDLEY, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 
Easter, 1611 ; B.A. 1615-6; M.A. 1619. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
Sept. 24; priest, Sept. 25, 1620. Probablys. of Robert (1579), 
of Welbourn, Lines. Aged 30 in 1622. V. of Welboum. V. 
of Caythorpe. WiU proved 1629. Perhaps father of the 
next. {Lines. Pedigrees.) 

AUDLEY, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 2, 1641. 
Matric. 1641. Probably s. of Robert, above, V. of Welboum. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1646; Barrister, 1663. Buried at 
Welboum, Feb. 20, 1702-3, aged 78. (Lines. Pedigrees.) 

AUDLEY, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, Oct. 30, 
1674. S. of Robert. B. at Biggleswade, Beds. School, 
Knotting, Beds. Matric. 1675; B.A. 1678-9. Brother of 
Hugh (1669) 

AUDLEY, THOMAS. Said to have studied at Magdalene. 
Of the Inner Temple. Town Clerk'of Colchester, 1516. M.P. 
for Colchester, 1523 ; for Essex, 1529. Attorney of the Duchy 
of Lancaster. Member of Wolsey's household. Speaker of the 
House of Commons, 1529. Knighted 1532. Lord ChanceUor, 
1533-44. Created Baron Audley, 1538. K.G. 1540. Died 
1544. Buried at Saffron Walden. {D.N.B.) 

AWDELEY, THOMAS, {senior). Adm. pens, at Jesus, 1539. 

AWDELEY, THOMAS {junior). Adm. pens, at Jesus, 1539. 

AWDLEY, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Easter, 
1544. Probably same as one of the above two. 

AUDLEY.THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Lent, 
1577-8. One Thomas Audley was adm. at Gray's Inn, 1579. 
Perhaps of Houghton, Lines.; bapt. at Alford, May 5, 1561. 
S. of Christopher, of Boston. Died 1642. {Lints. Pedigrees.) 

AWDLEY, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Michs. 

1585. 
AUDLEY, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Pembroke, May, 1625. 

S. of Thomas. B. in Southwark. Matric. 1626; B.A. 1628-9; 

M.A. 1632. 
AUDLEY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 

Nov. 8, 1666. S. of Thomas, of Houghton, Lines. School, 

Cowick, Snaith, Yorks. Matric. 1667. Of Houghton, Lines. 

Buried at Grantham, Jan. 30, 1685-13. {Lines. Pedigrees, iv. 

1142.) 
AUDLEY, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 

Easter, 1 611. Of Lines. B.A. 1614-5; M.A. 1618. Perhaps 

M.D. 1631-2 (on King's visit). 

AUDLEY, . Incorp. 1482-3. 

AUDLEY, . B.Civ.L. 1493-4 (Incorp. from Oxford). 



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AuDRY, John 

AUDRY, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Magdalknb, Michs. 1567. 
AUDRY, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Clark, c. 1590; B.A. 

1593-4. V. of Morden, Surrey, 1604-34. 
AUDSLEY, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 15) at St John's, Feb. 1, 

1678-9. S. of Thomas, schoolmaster. B. at Worsbrough, 

Yorks. School, Wakefield. Matric. i679-«o; B.A. 1682-3. 

V. of Chesterfield, Derbs., 1698-1705. Died Dec. 4, 1723. 

(H. G. Harrison.) 
AUDSLEY, ROGER. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 

1618, as Aldsley. B.A. from Trinity Hall, 1621; M.A. 1632. 

Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 19, 1624; priest. Mar. 13, 

1624-5. V. of Batley, Yorks., 1635-45. Married Jennett, 

dau. of John Allott, of Bentley Grange, Yorks. (M. H. 

Peacock.) 
AUDYN, JOHN. B.A. Fellow of Clare, May 3, 1466. 
AUDWOOD. RALPH. B.A. 1511-2; M.A. 1515. 

AUDY, . Incorp. 1479-80. 

AUFIELD, see ALFIELD. 

AUFRERE, ANTHONY. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1746. 
S. of Anthony, of London. Matric. 1747. R. of Heigham, 
Norwich, till 1781. J.P. for Norfolk. Died Sept. 11, 1814, 
aged 84. M.I. at Hoveton St Peter. 

AUGER, see also ANGER. 

AUGER (? ANGER), JOHN. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, 
Oct. 29, 1633. Of Cambridge. Matric. 1633. 

AUGAR, NICHOLAS. B.A. from St John's, 1608-9; M.A. 1612- 
Incorp. at Oxford, 1612. One of these names master of 
St Saviour's School, Southwark, 1648. 

AUGARS, NATHANIEL. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Oct. 1, 
1600. 

AULDERNESS, ROBERT. B.A. 1508-9. 

AULDIN or AUDLIN, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Sidney, 
May 15, 1634. S. of Martin, clothier. B. at Hingham, 
Norfolk. Schools, Hingham and Thetford. Matric. 1634; 
B.A. 1637-8; M.A. 1641. Ord. priest (Norwich) Dec. 18, 
1642. C. of Hingham, and of St Peter's, Sudbury, 1638. 

AULT, GEORGE. Adm. sizar at Queens', May 16, 1721. Of 
Derbyshire. Matric. 1727; LL.B. 1728 {Com. Reg.). Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) May 3, 1724; priest, Dec. 19, 1725. C. of 
Holwell, Beds., 1724. V. of Oflley, Herts., 1732-5. V. of 
Arlsey, 1735. 

AUMANT or ALMOND, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Peter- 
house, c. 1592; B.A. 1595-6; M.A. 1599. Ord. deacon and 
priest (Peterb.) June 22, 1396. C. of WesU^e, Suffolk, in 
1603. 

AUNGEL, JOHN. Perhaps scholar of Michaelhouse, and fellow 
of King's Hall (so Cooper, but the name does not occur in 
their lists) . Chaplain to Queen Mary. Master of St Catharine's 
Hospital, Bedminster, 1557. {Cooper, i. 173.) 

AUNGER, see AUGER and ANGER. 

AUSTEN, ANTHONY. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 

1681. B. at Hook Norton, Oxon., 1666. Matric. 1682; B.A. 

1685-6. FeUow, 1685. V. of E. Rudham, also V. of W. 

Rudham, Norfolk, 1693. Died there Nov. 26, 1696. {Har- 

wood, 267.) 
AUSTEN, BENJAMIN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 

1586; B.A. 1590-1; M.A. 1594. Chancellor of Limerick, 

1610-5: deprived, probably for non-residence. (Cotton, 

Fast. Hibern.) 
AUSTIN, DANIEL. Adm. pens, (age 15) at St John's, Apr. 2, 

1731. S. of Daniel. B. in London. School, New College 

School, Oxford. Matric. 1732; B.A. 1734-5; M.A. 1738; 

B.D. 1746. Fellow, 1738-48. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 23, 

1739; priest, July 24, 1743 R. of Berrington, Salop, 1743- 

87. {Scott-Mayor, in. 434.) 
AUSTEN, EDWARD. Matric. FeU.-Coin. from Trinity, Michs. 

1626. 
AUSTIN, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 29, 1665. 

One of these names, s. of Robert, of Hayle (? Hall^Place, 

Kent, adm. at Gray's Inn, Mar. 24, 1668-9. Of Bexley. 

Married and had issue. (J. Foster, Gray's Itui.) 
AUSTIN, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, June 14, 

1608. S. of Richard, merchant. B. at Stamford, Lines. 

School, Uppingham. Matric. 1698; B.A. 1701-2. R. of 

Astwick, Beds., 1710-7. Brother of Richard (1691). 

AUSTIN or AUSTEN. FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from St John's, 

Easter, 1585; B.A. 1588-9; M.A 1592. Ord. deacon and 

priest (Peterb.) May 27, 1599. 
AUSTIN, FRANCIS. B.A. from St Catharine's, 1609. Ord. 

deacon (Peterb.) July 17; priest, Sept. 24, 1609. R. of 

Wilby, Northants. 



Austin, Samuel 

AUSTEN, HENRY. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1681. 
B. in London. Matric. 1682; B.A. 1685-6; M.A. 1689; 
D.D. 1711. Fellow, 1685. V. of Broad Chalk, Wats. Preb. 
of Sanun, 1696. 

AUSTEN, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Queens', July 4, 1743. 
Of Kent. Exhibitioner from Tonbridge School. Matric. 1743; 
B.A. 174&-7: M.A. from Clare, 1750. Fellow of Queens'. 
Fellow of Clare, 1748-60. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1747-8; 
priest, Apr. 1, 1750. P.C. of Shipbome, Kent. R. of W. 
JVickham, 1761. 

AUSTIN, HUMPHREY. M.A. 1663 {Lit. Reg.). 

AUSTIN, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, Mar. 31, 
1631. S. of John, gent., of Walpole, I. of Ely, deceased. 
B. there. School, Sleaford. Matric. 163 1. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Aug. 6, 1632, but did not practise Law. Tutor in 
Staffordshire during the war. Died 1669. Buried in St Paul's, 
Covent Garden. Became Roman Catholic about 1640. 
Known as a controversial writer, under the name of ' William 
Birchley.' Brother of William (1635-6). {D.N.B.) 

AUSTIN, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Cora. at Peterhouse, Sept. 29, 
1645. From Lincoln College, Oxford. S. of Thomas, citizen 
and grocer, of London. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 1646, as 2nd s. 
of Thomas, of Hoxton, Middlesex. {T. A. Walker, 83.) 

AUSTEN, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 16) at Pembroke, 
May 4, 1713. S. of John, of Horsmonden, Kent, Esq. Matric. 
1713- 

AUSTIN, PETER. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, Mar. 30, 
1655. S. of William, deceased, of Winchester. B. there. 
School, Winchester. Probably ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 23, 
1660, as' Pet. Augustinus.' Ejected from Castle Ashby, 1662; 
died soon after. {Calamy, 11. 214.) 

AUSTIN, RALPH. M.A. 1622 (Incorp. from Oxford). S. of 
George, of Shalford, Surrey. Adm. at Oxford, May 9, 1617. 
B.A. 1617; M.A. 1620; B.D. 1631. FeUow of Magdalen 
College, Oxford, 1619-32. V. of Selbome, Hants., 1631-2. 
Died 1632. {Al. Oxon.; Vis. of Surrey, 1622.) 

AUSTIN, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', 1644. S. of 
Geoftrey, of Glastonbury, Somerset. Matric. at Magdalen 
Hall, Oxford, July 17, 1640, age 16; B.A. (Cambridge) 
1644-5. 

AUSTIN, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, Sept. 29, 
1691. S. of Richard, merchant. B. at Stamford, Lines. 
.School, Stamford. Matric. 1691; B.A. 1695-6. Ord. deacon 
(London) Dec. 20, 1696; priest (Peterb.) Sept. 24, 1699. 
R. of West Deeping, Lines., 1702. V. of Tallington. 
Brother of Edward (1698). 

AUSTIN, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 9, 1725. 
S. of R., clerk, of Northants. (? Richard, above). B. at 
Maxey. School, Peterborough. Matric. 1726; B.A. 1729- 
30; M.A. 1733. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 19, 1731; priest, 
Sept. 23, 1733. C. of West Deeping, Lmcs. {Scott-Mayor, 
in. 392.) 

AUSTEN, ROBERT. B.A. 1515-6. 

AUSTIN,ROBERT. Adm. at King's, ascholar from Eton, Mar. 9, 
1611-2. S. of George, of Shalford. B. at Guildford, Surrey. 
Matric. 1612; B.A. 1615-6; M.A. 1619; B.D. 1626; D.D. 1639. 
Fellow, 1614-28. Rhetoric reader in the University. Incorp. 
at Oxford, 1619. Ord. deacon and priest (London) May 23, 
1624, age 31. Chaplain to Archbishop Abbot. R. of Harble- 
down, Kent, 1628-1643. R. of Alclington in 1636. V. of 
Fordingbridge, Hants., 1639. Brother of Ralph (1622) ; father 
of Robert (1647). {Vis. of Surrey, 1622.) 

AUSTEN, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1628. 

AUSTEN, ROBERT. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Nov. 2, 1647, age 17. S. of Robert (1611-2), fellow of King's. 
B. at Ashford, Kent. Matric. 1647; B.A. 1650-1. Fellow, 
1650-4. Died insane. {Harwood.) 

AUSTEN, ROBERT. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 16) at Peterhouse, 
July 13, 1680. S. of Sir John, Bart. Bapt. at Bexley, 
Mar. 19, 1663-4. School, St Albans. Succeeded as 3rd Bart. 
Of Hall Place, Bexley, Kent. M.P. for Rye, 1699-1701. 
Buried at Bexley, July 5, 1706. {T. A. Walker, 166.) 

AUSTEN, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Mar. 7, 1731-2. Of 
Burwash, Sussex. Matric. 1732; LL.B. 1738. 

AUSTEN, SAMUEL. Matric. pens, from King's, 1592-3. Donor 
to the College library. One of these names, s. and h. of 
George, of Guildford; adm. at the Middle Temple, May 13, 
1598. 

AUSTINE, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Jan. 7, 
1674-5. S. of Henry, dyer, citizen of Norwich. B. there. 
School, Norwich. 

AUSTIN, SAMUEL. Matric. pent, from Trinity Hall, llkbs. 
1687; M.B. 1690. 



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Austin, Thomas 

AUSTEN, THOMAS. B.A. 1500-1; M.A. 1504. University 
preacher, 1512-3. Fellow of Queens', 1505-12. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 28, 1506. 

AUSTIN, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1567; 
B.A. 1570-1 ; M.A. 1574. Perhaps R. of Church Eaton, Staffs., 
1579-84; of Milwich, 1586-9; V. of Aveley, Essex, 1592- 
1609; and R. of Grafton Regis, Northants., 161 1. 

AUSTEN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, 1636. Of 
Kent. Matric. Easter, 1637; B.A. 1639-40; M.A. 1643. 
V. of Brent Pelham, Herts., 1644-57. 

AUSTEN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, Nov. 25, 

1674. ist s. of Thomas, yeoman. B. in St Mary's parish, 

Ely. School, Ely. Matric. 1675; B.A. 1678-9; M.A. 1682. 
AUSTIN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Mar. 23, 

1684-5. S. of Thomas, merchant. B. at St Neots, Hunts. 

School, Charterhouse. Matric. 1685; B.A. 1688-9. Adm. 

at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 14, 1689. 
AUSTIN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Jesus, July 24, 1701. Of 

Ely. Matric. 1702; Scholar, 1702; B.A. 1707-8. 
AUSTIN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Pembroke, Feb. 6, 

1717-8. S. of Benjamin, of Norwich. Matric 1717; BA. 

1721-2. 
AUSTEN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St John's, June 21, 

1740. S. of Thomas, gent., of Kent. B. at Chatham. Schools, 

Maidstone and Canterbury. Matric. 1740; B.A. 1743-41 M.A. 

1747. Ord. deacon (Rochester) Sept. 23, 1744; priest, Oct. 

5, 1746. V. of All Hallows, Rochester, 1751-90. Died 1790. 

(Scott-Mayor, iii. 506.) 
AUSTEN, WALTER. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Nov. 1551. 
AUSTEN, WILLIAM. B.A. 1514-5. 
AUSTEN, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 

Easter, 1578. Of Kent. B.A. 1582-3; M.A. 1586. 
AUSTIN, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Clare, c. 1597. 

Perhaps adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, July 12, 1599. 
AUSTEN, WILLIAM. Matric. Fell.-Com. from St John's, 

Easter, 1 603. M.I. (locality not given) to one of these names 

who died Jan. 16, 1633-4, aged 46. (Le Neve, Mon. 1. 146.) 
AUSTIN, WILLIAM Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Easter, 1626. 

Matric. 1626. 
AUSTEN, WILLIAM Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Jan. 23, 

1635-6. S. of John, gent., of Walpole, Isle of Ely, deceased. 

B. there. School, Sleaford. Matric. 1637; B.A. 1639-40. 

Brother of John (1631). 
AUSTIN, WILLIAM Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, 

Feb. 21, 1645-6. School, Lamberhurst, Sussex. Matric. 

1646; Scholar, 1647. Migrated to Oxford. B.A. (Lincoln 

College) 1649; M.B. (Camb.), 1653. Practised physic at Cran- 

brook, Kent. Extra licentiate of College of Physicians, 1657. 

{Munk, I. 276; Al. Oxon.) 
AUSTIN, WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at Christ's, 

Apr. 14, 1646. S. of William. B. in St Mary Overy, London. 

School, Eton. Matric. 1647; B.A. 1648-9. Adm. at Gray's 

Inn, June 23, 1648. Knighted, Dec. 10, 1661. Buried at 

Southwark. Poetical author. (Peile, i. 505.) 
AUSTIN, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, Apr. 27, 

1698. S. of Francis, linendraper. B. at Ely. School, Ely. 

Matric. 1698; B.A. 1701-2; M.A. 1718. Ord. deacon (Ely) 

Sept. 19, 1703; priest, Apr. 12, 1704. R. of Coveney, Cambs., 

1703. 

AUSTEN, . M.Gram. 1510-1. 

AUSTON (?) . Matric. pens, from Trinitv, c. 1592. 

AUSTIN, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, 1656, 

AUSTIN, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, 1656. 

AUSTRIA, DANIEL. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1629. 

AUVERQUERQUE, HENRY. Incorp. LL.D. 1728. Lord of 

Auverquerque. Created D.C.L. (Oxford) 1695. Earl of 

Grantham, 1698. Keeper of the Privy Purse, 1700. Died 

Dec 5, 1754- {G.E.C.) 

AVARELL, . Adm. FeU.-Com. at Corpus Christi, 1579. 

AVARNE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Queens', May 11, 1721. 

Of Staffs. Matric. 1721; B.A. 1724-5; M.A. 1728. V. of 

Rugeley, Staffs. 
AVELING, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, June 25, 

1733. S. of Thomas, of Whittlesey, Cambs. School, Ely. 

Matric. 1733; Scholar, 1734; B.A. I73&-7; M.A. 1740. Ord. 

deacon (Lincoln) June 5, i737; priest, Mar. 2, 1739-40. 

V. of Flitwick, Beds., 1741. R. of St Peter's, Bedford, 1742. 
AVENANDE, ALEXANDER. Matric. pens, from Queens', 

Lent, 1557-8 (impubes); B.A. 1563-4. 
AVERY, DUDLEY. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, Easter, 

1641. Of London. 



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Ayenson, Samuel 

AVEREY, JOHN. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1689. Of Middle- 
sex. Matric. 1690; B.A. 1693-4; M.A. 1697. 

AVERY, JOSEPH. Incorp. D.D. 1707, from Trinity College, 
Dublin. Probably V. of Kirby-le-Soken, Essex, 1688. R. of 
Frinton, 1691. 

AVEREY, RICHARD. B.A. from Trinity, 1624-5; M.A. 1628, 
Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Jan. 3; priest, Jan. 4, 1625-6. P.C. 
of Putney, Surrey, 1632-44: ejected. 

AVERY, ROBERT. Adm. Fell.-Com. at King's, 1697-8. 

AVIS, ROBERT. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, May 12, 
1532, age 17. B. at Wokingham, Berks. B.A. 1535-6; M.A. 
1539. Fellow, 1535-42. Fellow of Eton, 1553. Canon of 
Worcester, 1559. Preb. of St Paul's, 1571-81. V. of Broms- 
grove. V. of Cholsey, Berks. Perhaps Master of Saffron 
Walden School in 1545. Died 1581. Will (P.C.C). 

AVIS, WILLIAM, Adm. sizar at Sidney, Jan. 20, 1620-1. 
S. of William, yeoman, deceased. B. at Higham, Suffolk. 
School, Bury. Matric. 1621; B.A. 1624-5; M.A. 1628. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 19; priest, Sept. 20, 1629. 

AWBERY, see also AUBREY. 

AWBERY, ARTHUR. M.A. 1583 (Incorp. from Oxford). Of 
London. Matric. (Oxford) 1575, age 18; B.A. 1578; M.A. 
1582; B.D. 1595-6; D.D. 1596. FeUow of St John's CoUege, 
Oxford. R. of Kingston Bagpuze, Berks., 1586; and of 
Alvescott, Oxon., 1592. {Al. Oxon.) 

AWBERY, EDWARD. 'Of Cambridge' Incorp. as B.C.L. at 
Oxford, July 11, 1598. 

AWBERY or AUBERY, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Apr. 
13, 1680. Of Middlesex. Matric. 1680. Scholar (Dean and 
Chapter of St Paul's) 1681; B.A. 1683-4; M.A. 1687. 
Fellow, 1684-1718. Proctor, 1701-2. V. of Whittlesford, 
Cambs., 1692; Comberton, 1694. R. of Graveley, 1702. 
Hanged himself in his college study, Aug. 26, 1718. (A. Gray.) 

AWLDALL, WILLIAM. M.A. 1486-7. 

AWMENER, WALTER. Scholar at King's Hall, 1422-8. 

AWSON, RICHARD. Fellow of Gonville Hall, 1434-44. 

Of Ipswich. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 20, 1438; priest, 

Feb. 20, 1438-9. 
AWSTRUP, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 

1547- 
AWSTWYCK, RICHARD. B.A. 1513-4. Perhaps s. of Hugh, 

mercer. Mayor of Pontefract, who died 15 15. 

AWTON, . B.A. 1477-8. 

AXBYE, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1555. 

AXTELL, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
July I, 1676. S. of Nathaniel, of London, bencher. Inner 
Temple. B. in London. School, Merchant Taylors'. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, Dec. 1, 1677. Barrister, 1685. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, 1686. Bencher, 1720. Died in the Temple. 
Buried at Twickenham, Mar. 25, 1725. 

AXTELL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, Apr. 6, 
1643. S. of William. B. at Shenley, Herts. School, Shenley. 
B.A. from Queens', 1646-7. 

AXTON, HUGH. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1571; 
B.A. 1575-6, as Acson. 

AXTON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, Jan. 25, 
1717-8. S. of Thomas, of London. School, St Paul's. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) May 20, 1722; priest, Dec. 22, 1723. 

AXTON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Pembroke, Sept. 18, 
1750. S. of Thomas, of St Martin's-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, 
clerk. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 1751; B.A. 1755; M.A. 
1758. Fellow, 1756. V. of Frindsbury, Kent, 1762-4. Died 
1764. 

AXTON, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1566; 
B.A. 1570-1; M.A. 1574; B.D. 1598, as Haxton. Fellow, 
1573. R. of Moreton Corbet, Salop; deprived for noncon- 
formity, and retired to Holland. {Cooper, i. 326.) 

AYCKRIGGE, see also ACRIGG, AIKRIGG, and ACROYD. 

AYCKRIGGE, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, May 21, 

1647. S. of James, of Mansergh, Westmorland. B. there! 

School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1647; B.A. 1650-1; M-.'V. 1655. 

V. of Thornton, Yorks., 1663-1709. Died 1709. 

AYDE, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Christ's, May 17, 
1687. S. of Thomas. B. at Ketteringham, Norfolk. School, 
Norwich. Matric. 1687; Scholar, 1689; B.A. 1690-1; M.A. 
1694. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June, 1693; priest (Chester) 
May, 1695. V. of Sturton, Notts., 1710. V. of the E. med. 
of Treswell, 1710. Preb. of Southwell, 1719. R. of Bam- 
burgh, Yorks., 1731-60. Died at Bamburgh, Nov. 28, 1760. 
{Peile, II. 105.) 

AYENSON, SAMUEL. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1606. 



Ayerst, William 

AYERST, WILLIAB4. Incorp. M.A. 1715; and B.D. 171?; from 
University College, Oxford. S. of Thomas, of Shorne, Kent, 
clerk. School, Maidstone. Matric. at Oxford, Mar. 20, 1699- 
1700, age 15; B.A. (Oxford) 1703; M.A. 1707: B.D. 1717; 
D.D. (Lambeth) 1728. Fellow of Queens', 1717-8- R- of 
Gt Birch, Essex, 1716. R. of Little Birch, 1718. R. of 
Gravesend, 1723-6. V. of North Fleet, 1723-6. Canon of 
Canterbury, 1724. R. of Stoiirmouth, 1726-9. R. of St 
George and St Mary, Canterbury, 1726-^9. R. of St Swithin, 
London, 1729-65. R. of North Cray and Rokesley, Kent, 
1729-65. Chaplain on foreign embassies, etc. Died May 9, 
1 765 . Buried in Canterbury Cathedral. {A I. Oxon. ; G. Mag.) 

AYLAND or ELAND, HENRY. B.A. from St John's, 1541-2; 
M.A. 1545; Grace for B.D. 1551- Fellow, 1533-51. Died 
1551. Admon. (V.C.C.) 1551, to brothers John and William, 
of London. (Is not the date of his fellowship 1543, not i533?) 

AYLAND, NICHOLAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
1559. B. in London, c. 1542. Matric. 1559; B.A. 1563-4. 
Fellow, 1562-4. R. of Cotteshall, Norfolk, 1564. R. of 
Horstead, Norfolk, 1571-1608. Died Jan. 14, 1607-8, aged 
65. M.I. at Horstead. 

AYLESBURY, see AILESBURY. 

AYLETT, see also ALLETT. 

AYLET or ALLIOTT, GILES. B.A. from Jesus, 1585-6; M.A. 
1589. R. of Gt Sutton, Essex, 1593-1629. Lie. to marry, at 
Chelmsford, Nov. 4, 1606, Mary, dau. of Robert Thurgood, 
of Laver Magdalen, Essex, yeoman. He was then aged 39. 
Died 1629. (A. Gray.) 

AYLET, GILES. Adm. pens, at Jesus, July i, 1627. 

AYLETT, JEREMIAH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 'Oct. i, 1638. 
One of these names s. of Jeremy, of Rivenhall, Essex. {Vis. 
of Essex, 1634.) 

AYLITT, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Michs. 1635. 

AYLETT, ROBERT. B.A. from Trinity Hall, 1605; M.A. 
1608; LL.D. 1614. B. 1583. Incorp. at Oxford, 1608. Adm. 
advocate, Nov. i, 1617. Master of the Faculties, 1642. 
Master in Chancery, 1638-55. Probably died c. 1655. Buried 
at Great Braxted, Essex. Author, Divine and Moral Specu- 
lations, 1654: a volume of religious poetry. Will proved 
(P.C.C.) 1655. (D.N.B.) 

AYLETT, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 14, 1664. 

AYLETT, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, July, 1615; 
B.A. 1618-9. Probably s. of Thomas, of Coggeshall, Essex; 
adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 6, 162 1. Married and had issue. 
(PeiU, I. 302; Vis. of Essex, 1634.) 

AYLETT, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, Mar. 25, 
1658. S. of John, maltster, of Essex. School, Colchester. 

AYLETT, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, Apr. 25, 
1671. ist s. of Richard, Esq. B. at Rivenhall, Essex. School, 
Kelvedon. Matric. 1671. 

AYLETT, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, June 17, 1666. 

AYLING, JOHN. Incorp. M.A. 1668, from Magdalen Hall, 
Oxford. Matric. there, July 25, 1655; B.A. (Oxford) 1658-9; 
M.A. 1661. V. of Monkton, Kent, 1663-1710. Died Dec. 4, 
1710, aged 74. Buried at Monkton. (Al. Oxon; H. G. 
Harrison.) 

AYLMER or AYLEMORE, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Mar. 15, 1624-5. Of Essex. 3rd s. of Samuel, of Akenham 
Hall, Suffolk. B.A. 1627-8. Barrister, Middle Temple. 
Adm. Oct. 22, 1627. (Lines. Pedigrees.) 

AYLMER, BRABAZON. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Jesus, July 10, 
1655. Of Suffolk. B. 1636. S. and h. of John, of Ulting, 
Essex, deceased. Matric. 1655. Adm. at Grav's Inn, Feb. 12, 
1655-6. Of Mugdon Hall, Ulting. J.P. Clerk of the Peace 
for Essex. Died Aug. 26, 1754. (Lines. Pedigrees; G. Mag.) 

AYLMER, EDWARD. Adm. at Queens', Lent, 1624-5. 2nd s. 
of Samuel, of Akenham Hall, Essex, Esq.; grandson of 
John, Bishop of London. Matric. at St Alban's Hall, Oxford, 
Mar. 3, 1624-5, age 18; B.A. 1627-8; M.A. 1631. Created 
D.D. (Oxford) 1645. Of Claydon Hall, Suffolk. R. of W. 
Hanningfield, Essex, 1631. Sequestered. Royalist. Died 
1655, at Oxford. (Al. Oxon.; Vis. of Suff. 1664.) 

AILMERor ALMER, EDWARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at 
St John's, Dec. 12, 1656. S. of Edward, D.D., deceased, of 
Claydon Hall, Suffolk (1624-5). B. at Fulboum, Cambs. (his 
mother's home). School, Cambridge. B.A. 1658-9, as Aylmer. 
Of Claydon, Suffolk. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 11, 1637. 
(Vis. of Suff. 1664.) 

AYLMER, FRANCIS. Adm. at Clare, May 7, 171 8. B. in 
Norwich, 1700. Matric. 1717. Migr. to Corpus Christi, 1719. 
B.A. 1721-2; M.A. 1725; B.D. 1733. Fellow, 1722-44. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Nov. i722;prie8t (Ely), Dec. 20, 1724. C.of 
Chiddingstone, Kent, 1729. Lady Margaret preacher, 1734- 
44. R. of Fulmodeston and Thuraing, Norfolk, 1740. Died 
Oct. 14, 1758- 



Aylmer, Theophilus 

ALLMER, HENRY. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1545. 
AYLMER, JOHN. B.Can.L. 1513-4. 

AYLMER, JOHN. B.A. 1540-1; M.A. 1545; D.D. 1572. Probably 
of Queens'. B. 1521. Of Aylmer HaU, Tivetshall, Norfolk. 
Incorp. at Oxford, 1573. Tutor to Lady Jane Grey. R. of 
Rodney Stoke and Stoke Gifford, 1541. V. of Wellington, 
Somerset, 1543. Preb.of Wells, 1543. R. of Market Bosworth, 
1553. Archdeacon of Stow, Lines., 1553. Retired to Strass- 
burg and Zurich, under Queen Mary. Returned in 1558. 
R. of Cassington, Leics., 1561. Archdeacon of Lincoln, 
1562-77. Bishop of London, 1577-94. Married Judith 
Bures of Suffolk, by whom he had a large family. Died 
Junes, 1594. Buried in St Paul's. (Cooler, n. 168; D.iV.JB.) 

AILMER, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1607, 
S. of Theophilus (1582-3), R. of Much Hadham, Herts. 
B. there. Bapt. Aug. 16, 1590. B.A. 1610-1; M.A. 1614. 
Fellow of Jesus, 1611-23. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) May 15; 
priest. May 16, 1617. V. of Comberton, Cambs., 1620-25. 
Married Mary, dau. of William Newce, of Hadham. Died 1625. 
Buried at Hadham. Probably brother of Theophilus (1607). 
(A. Gray.) 

AYLMER, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Clare, Lent, 1618-9. S.of 
Tobell, of London, and grandson of the Bishop of London. 
B.A. 1621-2; M.A. 1625. Ord. deacon and priest (London) 
June 4, 1626, age 24. R. of Melchboum, Bedford, 1629. R. 
of Bletsoe, 1630. Brother of Tobell (1628). (Lines. Pedigrees; 
Vis. of London, 1634.) 

AYLMER or AYLEMORE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Mar. 15, 1624-5. Of Essex. 1st s. of Samuel, of Akenham 
Hall, Suffolk (1582-3). Adm. at the Middle Temple. Of 
Mugdon Hall, Essex. Brother of Anthony and Edward 
(1624-5). (Lines. Pedigrees.) 

AYLMER or AILMER, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Clare, June 21, 
1662. B.A. 1665-6; M.A. 1669. Ord. deacon (Ely) Dec. 22, 
1667; priest (Gloucester, at Holbom) Feb. 27, 1669-70. 
Perhaps V. of Brent Pelham, Herts., 1671-89. Died 1689. 

AILMER, JUSTINIAN. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, 
Easter, 1654. Of Herts. Probably migrated to Oxford, 1656; 
and matric. at Trinity College; B.A. (Oxford) 1657. R. of 
S. Clement's, Ipswich, 1699. V. of St Helen's, Ipswich, 1706. 
(Al.Oxon). 

AILMER, JUSTINIAN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 
July 4, 1684. S. of Theophilus, druggist. B. at Chelmsford, 
Essex. School, Chelmsford. Matric. 1685; B.A. 1688-9; 
M.A. 1692; B.D. 1700. Fellow, 1694-1707. Ord. deacon 
(London) Dec. 23, 1694; priest, Dec. 20, 1696. 

AILMER, RICHARD. Adm. p«ens. (age 17) at Caius, May 
29, 1634. S. of Gregory, of Wilton, Norfolk, glover. School, 
Wisbech. Matric. 1634; Scholar, 1637-9; B.A. 1637-8; M.A. 
1641. Ord. priest (Norwich) Dec. 20, 1640. V. of Wiggen- 
hall St Germans, Norfolk, 1662. (Venn, i. 315.) 

AYLMER, ROBERT. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1717. Of Essex. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. 1717; B.A. 1721-2; M.A. 
1725. 2nd s. of Anthony, of Ulting, Essex. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) Sept. 22, 1723 ; priest, Dec. 20, 1724. V. of Camber- 
well, Surrey, 1727. Died Aug. 14, 1769. 

AILMER, SAMUEL. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Queens', Lent, 
1582-3. S. of John (1540-1), Bishop of London. B.A. as 
Elmer, 1582-3, 1st in the ordo. Of Akenham Hall, Suffolk, 
and of Ulting, Essex. High Sheriff of Suffolk, 1626. Died 
Jan. 12, 1635-6. Brother of Theophilus (1582-3). (Lines. 
Pedigrees; Vis. of London, 1634.) 

AILMER, SAMUEL. Matric. pens, from Christ's as Elmer, 
Michs. 1616; M.B. from Jesus, 1626; M.D. 1631. Probably 
grandson of John, Bishop of London (1340-1). Practised at 
Bury, Suffolk. (Nichols, Leics. ill. 908; Peile, 1. 313.) 

AILMER or ELMER, THEOPHILUS. Matric. FeU.-Com from 
Queens', Lent, 1582-3. S. of John (1540-1), Bishop of 
London. B.inLincohi. B.A. 1582-3; M.A. 1586, as Aelmer; 
D.D. 1598. Ord. deacon (London) Oct. 12, 1583, aged 18 
(sic.). Preb. of St Paul's, 1383; of York, 1591. R. of Much 
Hadham, Herts., 1589. Archdeacon of London, 1391. R. of 
St Magnus, London, 1592. R. of St Leonard, Shoreditch. 
Died Jan. 1625-6. Buried at Much Hadham. Father of 
John, 1607; brother of Samuel (1582-3). (Lines. Pedigrees.) 

AILMER, THEOPHILUS. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 
1607; B.A. 1610-1; M.A. fromCiare, 1614. Perhaps fellow 
of Clare. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) May 15; priest. May 16, 
1617. R. of Wicken Bonant, Essex, 1627-68. Doubtless 
s. of Theophilus above, and brother of John (1607). Died 
1668. (Lines. Pedigrees.) 

AILMER, THEOPHILUS. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Aug. ao, 1623. 
Matric. 1625. Buried in the College Chapel, Nov. 37, 1628. 

AILMER, THEOPHILUS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, 
May 14, 1680. S. of Theophilus. B. at Chelmsford, Essex. 
School, Chelmsford. Matric. 1680; MB. 1683. 



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AYLMER, THOMAS. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1714. Of 
Norfolk. Matric. 1715; B.A. 1717-8; M.A. 1721; B.D. 
1729. Fellow, 1718-32. Ord. priest (Norwich) June, 1721. 
V. of St Benet's, Cambridge, 1722-4. V. of Lavington, 
Wilts., 1730. Died there. 

AILMER, TOBELL. Adm. pens, at Jesus, May 14, 1628. Of 
Hertford. Matric. 1628. Doubtless s. of Tobell, citizen of 
London, and grandson of the Bishop of London. Of London, 
gent. Brother of John (1618). {Lines. Pedigrees; Vis. of 
London, 1634; A. Gray.) 

AYLEMER or ELMAYR, 
in Law) 1529-30. 

AYLEMER, 

I55.S. 



A monk. Graduated (perhaps 



Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall, Michs. 



AYLOE, AISLOE or HAYLOE, THOMAS. B.A. from Peter- 
house, 1586-7; M.A. 1590; B.D. (Oxford) 1597. R- of 
S. Tidworth, Hants., 1593; and of Fisherton Anger, Wilts., 
1613-8. Perhaps Incorp. at Oxford, Nov. 21, 1595; s«« 
Ashley, Thos. (1595). {Al. Oxon.) 

AYLOFFE, BENJAMIN. Student at Christ's, c. 1614. S. of 
Sir William (1583). Succeeded as baronet, 1627. Sheriff of 
Essex, 1644. Imprisoned and fined as a royalist. M.P. for 
Essex, 1 66 1. Died 1662. Brother of James below. {G.E.C.; 
Peile, I. 294; Cambs. Vis., 1619.) 

AYLOFFE, JAMES. Student at Christ's, c. 1614. Lived at 
Meldreth, Cambs. Buried there, June 10, 1654. Younger 
brother of Benjamin, above; father of William (1632). 
{Peile, I. 294.) 

AYLOFF, JAMES. Adm. scholar at Tri!*ity Hall, Jan. 7, 
1686-7. Of Kent. Matric. 1686; LL.B. 1692; LL.D. 1701. 
Fellow, 1692-1702. Adm. advocate, 1701. Died 1702. 

AYLOFF or AYLOPH, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Christ's, 
July, 1617; B.A. 1620-1; M.A. 1624. Doubtless s. of Sir 
William (1583), and half-brother of Benjamin and James. 
If so. Colonel in the W. Indies. {Peile, 1. 317; Burke, Ext. 
Bart.; Vis. of Essex, 1634.) 

AYLOFFE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Peterhouse, 
March 14, 1687-8. S. of Henry, Captain of Horse. School, 
Hertford. Matric. 1688; Scholar, 1688; B.A. 1691-2; M.A. 
1695. Fellow, 1695. Ord. priest (London) Mar. 20, 1697-8. 
R. of Dengie, Essex, 1700-8. R. of Stanford Rivers, 1707- 
1730. Succeeded as baronet, March 5, 1722. Of Braxted 
Magna, Essex. Died Dec. 10, 1730. (r. A. Walker, 132; 
G.E.C. 1. 94.) 

AYLOFFE, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 18, 1640. 
School, Westminster. Matric. 1640; Scholar, 1641; B.A. 
1643-4; MA. 1647. Of Brittayns, Essex, gent.; adm. at 
Gray's Inn, Oct. 31, 1646. S. of Sir William, Bart. 
Barrister, 1653. Ancient, 1667. His grandson Joseph suc- 
ceeded as 6th Bart. (G.E.C.) 

AYLOFFE, THEOPHILUS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 
1640; Scholar, 1641. 

AYLOFFE or HEYLOFFE, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, 1484. 

AYLIFF, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Clark, Easter, 1581; 

B.A. 1583-4- 
AYLOFF, THOMAS. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Aug. 10, 

i68i. Of Essex. Matric. 1681; LL.B. 1686; LL.D. 1696. 

Fellow, 1684-98. Adm. advocate, 1696. Incorp. at Oxford, 

1700. Regius Professor of Civil Law, 1703-14. Chancellor of 

diocese of Oxford. Died Mar. 1714. 

AYLOFFE, WILLIAM. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Christ's, 
Michs. 1583, as ' Aleph.' S. of William, of Brittayns, Horn- 
church, Essex (Justice, Q.B.). Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 
20, 1585. Knighted, 1603; created Baronet, 1611. Sheriff 
of Essex, 1594-5. M.P. for Stockbridge, 1620-2. Died Aug. 
5,1627. Fatherof Benjamin (1614) and John (1617). (Peile, 
I. 176; G.E.C. I. 94.) 

AYLOFFE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Christ's, July 3, 
1632. S. of James (1614), of Meldreth, Cambs. B. at Mar- 
garetting, Essex. School, Newport. Migrated to Pembroke, 
Mays, 1633. Matric. 1633. Probablyscholarof Trinity Hall, 
Apr. 30, 1636. (Peile, i. 423.) 

AYLOFFE, WILLIAM. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Clare, Easter, 
1652; B.A. 1652-3. Probably s. of Sir William, of Brittayns, 
Essex. Died s.p. (Cambs. Vis., 1619.) 

AYLOFFE, WILLIAM Adm. pens.(age 18) at Trinity, June 19, 
1680. S. of Thomas. B. at Bassingboume, Cambs. School, 
Westminster. Matric. 1680; Scholar, 1681; B.A. 1683-4; 
M.A. 1687; LL.D. (Com. Reg.) 1705. Fellow, 1687. Public 
Orator, 1696-1726. Died 1728. 

AYLOFFE, . B.A. 1480-1; M.A. 1484. Probably fellow of 

Clare, i486 



Ayre, Gervase 

AYLOFFE, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, June 17, 1666. 

Presumably John the satirist. Of the Inner Temple. Exe- 
cuted, Oct. 30, 1685, for complicity in the Rye House Plot. 
Author, MarveU's Ghost. (D.N.B.) 

AYLOTT or AYLETT, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from St John's, 
Easter, 1626; B.A. 1629-30. 

AYLOTT, . Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Easter, 1646. 

AYLSHAM, JOHN. Fellow of Corpus Christi, 1399. Perhaps 
V. of Redenhall, Norfolk, 1410, and of Little Melton. Buried 
there, 1447. 

AYLSHAM, JOHN. A monk from St Benet Hulme, Norfolk. 
Pens, at Gonville Hall, 1500-3. 

AYLWARD, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Christ's, Mar. 
16, 1653-4. S. of Richard. B. at W. Dereham, Norfolk. 
School, W. Dereham. Matric. 1653-4. Oae of these names 
V. of Chidham, Sussex, 1664; and one R. of Bleatham 
(? Birdham) 1662. V. of Boxgrove, 1663. (Peile, i. 559.) 

AYLWARD, SIMON. Adm. at King's, scholar, 1449. B.A. 
(? 1453); M.A. 1456-7. Will (P.C.C.) 1503; 'of St Pancras, 
Winchester," ' to be buried in Winchester Cathedral.' 

AYLWARD, THOMAS. Prob. pens, at Gonville Hall, about 
1405. V. of Havant, Hants. Benefactor to Gonville Hall. 
He established a 'chest' for loans to poor students. (Venn, 
1.4.) 

AYLWARD, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 12, 1558, age 19. Of Hedgerley, Bucks. Matric. 1558, 
Left college, 1561. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Nov. 10; priest, 
Dec 20, 1560. 

AILEWARD, W. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1576. 

AYLEWORTH, CONSTANTINE. Matric. pens, from Christ's, 
Nov. 1559. 'Constantius Aylward' was preb. of Emly, 1562. 
(Cotton, Fast. Hibern.) 

AYL WORTH or ALWORTH, GILES. Incorp. LL.B., 1684, from 
Pembroke College, Oxford. S. of Henry, of Westcott, Wilts., 
D.C.L. Matric. at Christ Church, Oxford, Mar. 6, 1674-5, 
age 14. B.C.L. ( (Pembroke) 1683. 

AYLWORTH, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1602. 
One of these names, of Charterhouse, Somerset, adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Nov. 1607. 

AILWORTH, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 28, 
1673. School, Westminster. Scholar, 1674. 

AYLWORTH, WILLIAM. B.A. from Trinity, 1571-2. 

AYN, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Apr. 24, 1690. 
S. of John, of Mitcham, Surrey. School, Mitcham. Matric. 
1690. 

AYNSCOMBE, PHILIP. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Trinity, Dec. 24, 
1724. Matric. 1725; M.A. 1728 (Com. Reg.). Perhaps s. of 
Thomas, of North Hill, Bucks., Esq.; adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Feb. 4, 1725-6. 

AYNSCOMBYE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Magdalkne, 
Easter, 1585. F*robably of Buxted, Sussex; adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Nov. 1588. Barrister, 1598. 

AYNSCOUGHor AYNSCOMB, RADLEY. M.A. from Jesus, 1710 
S. of Thomas, (?) R. of Bowdon, Cheshire. Matric. (Brase- 
nose College, Oxford) Mar. 8, 1699-1700, age 18; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1703. V. of Famworth, Lanes., 1709-18. Chaplain 
of the College Church, Manchester: fellow, 1727. Died soon 
after. Father of Thomas (1734). (Al. Oxon.; Mumford, 
Manch. Gr. ScH.) 

AINSCOUGH, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 21) at St John's, 
Mar. 28, 1670. S. of John, of Chorley, Lanes. B. there. 
School, Manchester. Matric. 1670; B.A. 1673-4; M.A. 1678. 
Married Mary Radley, of Salford. 

AYNSCOUGH, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, 
Oct. 31, 1734. S. of Radley, clerk, of Lanes. (1710). 
B. in Manchester. School, Manchester. Matric. 1735; B.A. 
1738-9; M.A. 1742. Incorp. at Oxford, 1742. Ord. deacon 
(Lichfield) May 24, 1752; priest (Chester) Oct. 15, 1752. 
P.C. of Birch, Lanes., 1752-62. Fellow of the College Church 
of Manchester, 1761. Died Nov. 8, 1793. (Scott-Mayor, iii. 
463.) 

AYRE, see also EYRE. 

AYRE, DANIEL. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, Easter, 

1636. 

AYRE, EDMUND. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1544; 
B.A. 1547-8; M.A. from Trinity, 1551. Fellow, 1546. Prob- 
ably s. of William, of Rev ton, Notts. Of Rey ton, and Cubnell, 
Derbs., Esq. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1553. 

AYER, GERVASE. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Sr John's, Easter, 
1616. 



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Ayre, Giles 

AYRE or EYRE, GILES. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Aug. II, 1523, age 17. B. at Bumham, Bucks. B.A. 
1527-8; M.A. 1531; B.D. 1537; DD- 1547- Fellow, 1526- 
38. Vice-provost, 1534-8. R. of Kingston, Cambs., 1538- V. 
of Fulboum All Saints', 1540. R. of Elm and Emneth, 1540. 
Chaplain to Henry VIII. Canon of Ely, i54i-9- Dean of 
Chichester, 1549. Canon of Westminster and of Winchester. 
Preb. of York, 1550. Died 1551. {Cooper, i. 106.) 

AYRE, HUGH. A priest. B.A. 1515-6. as 'Here'. 

AY RE or AY RES, J AMES. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
1638. Matric. 1638. Fellow till 1645. Slain at Berkeley Castle, 
in the royal army. (Hantmod.) 

AYRE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1556; 
B.A. 1560-1 ; M.A. 1564, as Ayer. 

AYER, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Christ's, May 1568. Scholar, 
1571-2. 

AYRE, ROBERT. B.A. from St John's, 1549-50, as Eyre. 
Of Yorks. M.A. 1553. Fellow, Dec. 16, 1551, by the royal 
visitors. Probably s. of William, of Reyton, Notte. Brother 
of Edmund. One of these names, a priest, buried at St 
Oswald's, Durham, Jan. 17, 1553-4. 

AYER, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1560. 

AYER, ROWLAND. Matric. pens, from St John's, Lent, 

1557-8. 
AYRE, ROWLAND. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 

1614; B.A. 1617-8, as Eyres; M.A. 1621. 
AYER, SAMUEL. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1570. 
AYER, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, May, 1559. 

AYER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 4, 1590, 

as Eyer. Matric. c. 1591. 
AYAR, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pembroke, May 26, 

1671. S. of John, of Scorton, Yorks., gent. 
AER or AYRE, . B.A. 1524-5; M.A. 1328. Fellow of 

Christ's, 1527-32. 
AYRAY, HUGH. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1578; 

B.A. 1581-2; M.A. 1585. R. of Hareby, Lines., 1591-1603. 

AYRIE, JAMES or JACOB. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) May 26; 
priest, Sept. 15, 1616, 'of St John's, literate.' V. of Thom- 
haugb, Northants., 1616-21. 

AYRAY or AREY, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Trinity, 
Lent, 1588-9; B.A. 1592-3 ; M.A. 1596. R. of North Sheepy, 
Leics., 1612. Schoolmaster at S. Muskham, Notts., c. 1593. 
Father of the next. 

AYRAY, RICHARD. Adm. scholar (age 22) at Sidney, May 28, 
1642. S. of Richard, clerk, above. B. at Sheepy, Leics. 
School, Market Bosworth. From Queen's, Oxford; matric. 
there, Oct. 20, 1637, age 17; B.A. (Oxfordl 1641. Incorp. at 
Cambridge, 1642. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 24, 1643; 
priest, Aug. 3, 1644. R. of N. Sheepy, Leics., 1652. 

AYRES, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Christ's, Sept. 25, 
1650. S. of Sir Gervase, Knight. B. at Rampton, Notts. 
School, Sleaford. Matric. as Eyre, 1651; afterwards Fell.- 
Com. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 11, 1655. Created 
M.A. (Oxford) Nov. 4, 1663. M.P. for Notts., 1661 (Eyre). 
Buried at Rampton, Nov. 11, 1671. (PeiU, i. 539.) 

AYRES or AYERS, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 20) at St John's, 
Apr. 6, 1675. S. of John, gent., of Boarstall, Bucks. B. there. 
School, Thurlow. Matric. 1675, as 'Aires'; B.A. 1678-9. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 7, 1679-80; priest (London) 
Mar. 4, 1682-3. 

AYRES, SIMON. B.A. from St John's, 1607-8. 

AYRETON, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Sidney, June 20, 
1684. ists. of Edward, clerk. B. at Thorner, Yorks. Schools, 
Knaresborough and Thornton. Matric. 1684; B.A. 1687-8. 
V. of Ripon, Yorks., 1691-6. 

AYERTON, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1567. 

AYRTON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, June 30, 
1759. S. of William. B. at Gargrave, Yorks School, 
Skipton. Matric. 1739; B.A. 1742-3- Scholar. Ord. deacon 
(York) May, 1746; priest, June, 1748. 

AYSCOUGH, see aha ASKEW. 

AYSCOGH, CECIL. Adm. pens, at Jesus, May 14, 1639. Of 

Lines. 2nd s. of Sir Edward, of S. Kelsey. Lines., Knt. Bapt. 

there, Feb. 1619-20. Matric. 1639. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 

May 14, 1639. Brother of Edward (1633). 

AYSCOUGH, CLINTON. Matric. pens, from Jesus, c. 1590. 

AYSCOUGH, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Michs. 
1562. 

AYSCOUGH, EDWARD. Matric. peas, from Trinity, Easter. 
1568. 



Ayscough, Philip 

AYSCOUGH, ASCOE or ASKUE, EDWARD. Matric. pens, 
from Christ's, Michs. 1583, as Ascoe; B.A. 1586-7. 
Member of several important National Commissions. Re- 
sided at Cotham, Notts. Historical author. {D.N.B.; 
Peile, I. 177.) 

ASCOUGH, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1605. 
One of these names, s. of Sir Edward, of Kelsey, Lines., 
adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 22, 1608. 

AYSCOUGH, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (aged 17) at Caius, Feb. 
10, 1607-8. S. of Sir Roger, Knt. B. at Nuthall, Notts. 
School, Southwell. Adm. at Gray's Inn, June 14, 1608; 
called, 1617; ancient, 1627. Of Hempsall and Nuthall, Esq. 
{Venn, i. 197.) 

AISCHOUGH, EDWARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Sidney, May 27, 
1612. Matric. 1612. Probably of S. Kelsey, Lines., Knt. ; 
father of Cecil (1639) and Edward (1635). Knighted, 1613. 
M.P. for Lincoln, 1621, 1628; M.P. for Co. Lincoln, 
1640-45. 

AYSCOUGHE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, 
June 4, 1621. S. of Thomas, gent., deceased. B. at 
Fulstow, Lines. School, Louth. Matric. 1621; B.A. 1624-5; 
M.A. 1628; B.D. 1635. R. of Hatcliffe, Lines., 1629. K. of 
N. Thoresby, 1642. {Lines. Pedigrees.) 

AYSCOUGH, EDWARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at Sidney, 
Sept. 16, 1635. S. of Sir Edward, Knt. B. at S. Kelsey, 
Lines. Schools, Westminster and Lincoln. Knighted, i66o. 
Sheriff of Lincoln, 1665. Of S. Kelsey. Died Aug. 13, 1668. 
Brotherof Cecil (1639); father of the next. {Lines. Pedigrees.) 

AYSCOGHE, EDWARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 15) at Sidney, 
June 18, 1667. ist s. of Sir Edward, Knt., formerly of 
Sidney. B. at South Kelsey, Lines. School, Melton, Lines. 
Matric. 1667. Adm. at Gray's Inn, June 28, 1671. Knighted, 
1672. Captain of Horse, 1680. M.P. for Great Grimsby, 
1685, 1689. D.L. for Lines., 1680-1. High Sheriff, 1683-4. 
Died Oct. 2, 1699. {Lines. Pedigrees.) 

ASCOUGII, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Magdalene, 
Apr. 21, 1680. S. of Francis, chemist. 13. at Homcastle, 
Lines. School, Homcastle. Matric. 1680, as 'Ascue.' 

AYSCOUGH, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 30, 
1747. Of Christchurch, Hants. S. of John, apothecary. 
Age 20. School, Winchester. Matric. 1747. Ord. priest 
(Lincoln) May 24, 1752. 

AYSCOUGH, GABRIEL. M.A. from King's, 1739. S. of 
Gabriel, of St Olave, Southwark, gent. Matric. (Balliol 
College, Oxford) Dec. 17, 1719, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1723. 
R. of Winterboume Houghton, Dorset, 1737-52. Buried 
there, Jan. 11, 1752. {Al. Oxon.; Hutchins, i. 328.) 

AYSCOUGH, HENRY Matric. pens, from Christ's, Michs., 
1587, as 'Ascam'; B.A. 1500-1. Probably ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) Apr. 1595. One of these names, 'B.A., deacon,' 
R. of Blyborough, Lines., 1594-1610. (For other suggestions 
see Peile, i. 190.) 

AISCOUGH, HENRY. Adm. scholar at Sidney, Dec. 1599. 
B. in Yorks. B.A. 1603-4; M.A. 1607. One of these names 
Inc. of Edstone, Yorks., 1606-14. V. of All Saints', York, 
1631-62. R. of Dunnington, 1611-8. Died 1662. Father 
of the next, and of William (1628). 

AYSCOUGH, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 14) at Sidney, June 28, 
1633. S. of Henry, R. of Dunnington, Yorks. B. there. 
School, Coxwold. Matric. 1633; Scholar of Trinity, 1638; 
B.A. from Trinity, 1638-9; M.A. 1642. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) Dec. 18, 1641. Perhaps R. of Dunnington. 
Brother of William (1628). 

ASCOGH, HUMPHREY. Scholar at King's Hall, 1423-7. 

AYSCOUGH, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, June 6, 
1704. S. of William. B. at Grantham. School, Walcot, 
Lines. Matric. 1705-6; Scholar, 1704-5; B.A. 1707-8. Ord. 
deacon (Salisbury) Sept. 1709; priest, Mar. 1709-10. V. of 
Highworth, Wilts., 1720-45. Buried Nov. 6. 1 745- Kinsman 
of Hannah Ayscough, mother of Sir Isaac Newton. {PeiU, 11. 
160.) 

AYSCOUGH, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Emmanuel, Apr. 9, 
1622. Matric. 1622. 

AYSCOUGH, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Oct. 2, 
1732. Matric. Dec. 1733. Afterwards FeU.-Com. 

AYSCOUGH, NICHOLAS. Warden of King's Hall, 1448-49- 
{Trin. Coll. Adm. i. 139.) 

AISCOUGH, PHILIP. Matric. sizar trom Trinity, 1638; 
Scholar, 1641; B.A. 1641-2. 

AISCOUGH, PHILIP. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Apr. 8, 1672, a^e 13. 
S. ot Henry, R. of Dunnington, Yorks. Migrated to Trinity, 
July 8, 1675; Matric. 1675; B.A. 1676-7. Sur-master, 
St Paul's School, 1685-1713. Head Master, X7i3-2i. R. of 
Southwark, Surrey, 1722-42. Died Feb. 2a, i74i-2- 



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Ayscough, Robert 

AYSCOGH, ROBERT. Fellow of Peterhouse, as B.A., 1422. 
Orr). deacon (Ely) Dec. 20, 1421; title Peterhouse. 

ASCOGH, ROBERT. Scholar or fellow at King's Hall, 1439. 
LL.D. ; D.D. Chancellor of the University, 1448. Arch- 
deacon of Colchester, 1440. Archdeacon of Dorset, 1447. 
Preb. of St Paul's, 1446. R. of Campsall.Yorks., 1443-6. Preb. 
of York, 1441. Preb.of Southwell till 1448. Preb. of Sarum, 
1441. Dean of Windsor, 1447. Will proved (P.C.C.) 1449. 

ASCOUGHE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Caius (age 18) July 5, 
1594. School, Beverley. Matric. 1594; Scholar, 1595-8. 

ASCOUGH, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 
1614; B.A. 1617-8. Ord. deacon (Peterb.), June 11, 1620. 

AYSCOUGH, WILLIAM. LL.D. Master of Michael House, 
1433-50. Preb. of Lincoln, 1436-8. Bishop of Salisbury, 
1438-50. Confessor to Henry VI. Murdered at Edington, 
Wilts., 1450. Will proved (V.C.C), 'of Sonning, Berks., 
and Thirsk, Yorks.' (D.N.B.) 

AYSCOUGH, WILLI AM. Adm. pens, (age 16) atCAius, June24, 
1608. S. of Sir Roger, Knt. B. at Nuthall, Notts. School, 
Southwell. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Aug. 7, 1622. Registrar in 
the Court of the Archbishop of Canterbury. (Venn, i. 198; 
Lines. Pedigrees.) 

AYSCOUGH, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Sidney, May 14, 
1628. S. of Henry, R. of Dunnington, Yorks. B. at Stone- 
grave. School, York. B.A. 1631-2; M.A. 1635. Ord. priest 



Babington, William 

(Peterb.) Dec. 18, 1641. V. of Aveley, Essex, 1641. One 
of these names V. of Bierton, Bucks., 1641. Brother of 
Henry (1633). 
AYSCOGHE or ASCOUGH, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 15) at 
St John's, Apr. 6, 1681. S. of John, druggist. B. at Lincoln. 
School, Lincoln. Matric. 1681; M.B. 1686. 

AYSHFORD, ROGER. M.A. 1631. Incorp. from Oxford. 

Matric. (Wadham College) Nov. 24, 1620, age 16; B.A. 

(Oxford) 1623-4; M.A. 1626-7. R- of Bridford, Devon, 1635- 

8. Died 1638. [Al. Oxon.) 
AYSON,JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Christ's, Jan. 14, 1641-2. 

S. of Richard. B. at Sheering, Essex. School, Bishop's 

Stortford. Matric. 1642. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Apr. 

24, 1636. (Peile, I. 479; Vis. of Essex, 1634.) 
AYSON, RICHARD. B.A. from St John's, 1611-2 (perhaps 

father of the above). Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 

1609, ass. of Richard. Barrister, 1620. Of Sheering, Essex. 

(Vis. of Essex, 1634.) 
AYSTROPE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Easter, 

1641; B.A. 1644-5. 
AYTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, June 21, 1651. 

S. of Robert, of West Herrington, Durham County. Bapt. 

at Houghton-le-Spring, June 26, 1636. School, Farington. 

Matric. 1651. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 26, 1651. Barrister, 

1660. Ancient, 1676. Of Fawside, Lanchester. Buried at 

Lanchester, Sept. 2, 1702. Will proved, 1702. (PeiU 1. 543.) 



B 



BABB, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, Apr. 17, 1657. 
S. of John, barber, of Lincoln. School, Lincoln. Matric. 1657 ; 
Scholar, 1657-61; B.A. 1660-1; M.A. 1664. Master at 
Lincoln School, 1662. Head Master at Louth, 1668. Ord. 
priest (Lincoln) Jan. 31, 1670-1. R. of Theddlethorpe 
St Helen, 1684. R. of Hal tham-on -Bain, 1684. (Venn, i. 398.) 

BABER, JOHN. M.A. from St John's, 1748. S. of John, of 
SimninghiU, Berks., Esq. Matric. St John's, Oxford, Feb. 6, 
1735-6, age 20; B.A. (Oxford) 1739. Ord. deacon (Bangor) 
June 1, 1740; priest (Lincoln) Mar. 6, 1747-8. R. of Little 
Chesterford, Essex, and V. of Gt Chesterford, 1748. V. of 
Little Chishall, 1776-92. Died Aug. i, 1792. (ScoU-Mayor, 
ni. 573) 

BABER, ROBERT. B.D. c. 1463. 

BABER, . Scholar of Christ's, 1543-4. 

BABINGTON, BRUTUS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, May, 
1572. Of Cheshire. B.A. 1575-6; M.A. from St John's, 1579; 
B.D. 1586. Incorp. at Oxford, 1578. FeUowof Christ's, 1577- 
84. Ord. priest (Chester) June 6, 1577. University preacher, 
1583. R. of Thurcaston, Leicester, 1583-1610. R. of Cossing- 
ton, 1605. V. of Tettenhall, Staffs., 1602. Preb. of Lichfield, 
1592-1601. Bishop of Derry, i6io-i. Died 1611. (D.N.B.; 
Al. Oxon; Peile, 1. 121.) 

BABINGTON, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Michs. 
1544. Of Leics. B.A. 1548-9; M.A. from St John's, 1552. 
Fellow of St John's, 1551. Went to Oxford. Fellow of All 
Souls'. Proctorthere, 1557; and B.D. 1558; D.D. 1560. Master 
of Balliol College, 1559. Rector of Lincoln College, 1560-3. 
Vice-Chanccllor, 1560-2. Ord. priest (London) Mar. 5, 1557-8. 
Lady Margaret Professor at Oxford, 1560. V. of Aldworth, 
Berks., 1557. R. of Adstock and Sherrington, Bucks., 1557. 
R. of Caythorpe, Lines, and Milton Keynes, Bucks., 1560. 
R. of Twyford, 1560-3. R. of Holsworthy, Devon, 1562. 
Chaplain to the Earl of Leicester. Deprived of his prefer- 
ments in 1565 as a papist, and went abroad. Died Dec. 
1569. (Cooper, I. 557; D.N.B.; Al. Oxon.) 

BABINGTON, GERVASE. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 
1567. S. of Bernard, of Puxley, Derbs. Grandson of Thomas, 
of Dethick and Kingston. B. m Notts, c. 1551. B.A. 1571-2 ; 
M.A. 1575; D.D. 1589. Fellow, 1574. Incorp. at Oxford, 1578 
and 1589. University preacher (Cambridge), 1580. Preb. of 
Hereford, 1588. Treasurerof Llandafi, 1590. Queen's counsel 
for the Marches of Wales. Bishop of Llandafi, 1591; of 
Exeter, 1595; and of Worcester, 1597. Died May 17, 1610. 
Theological author. (Cooper, 111. ai; Al, Oxon.; D.N.B.; 
Burke, L.G.) 

BABINGTON, HENRY. B.A. 1478; M.A. 1482; B.D. 1492; D.D. 
1496. S. of Sir John, of Dethick, Derbs, Fellow of Peter- 
house, 1481-1501. Proctor, 1485-6. Vice-Chancellor, 1500. 
Perhaps V. of Orston, Notts., c. 1478-9. R. of Adstock, 
Bucks., 1491-1504. Employed as royal commissioner in 
Scotch affairs. Living 1518. (Cooper, i. 20; Nichols' Leics. 1. 
Pt II. I.) 



BABINGTON, HUMPHREY. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 
1634. S. of Adrian, R. of Cossington, Leics., and grandson 
of Humphrey, of Rothley. Bapt. at Cossington, Nov. 5, 1615. 
B.A. 1638-9; M.A. 1642; D.D. 1669 (Lit. Reg.). Fellow, 1640; 
Vice-Master, 1690. R. of Boothby Pagnell, Lines. R. of 
Kejrworth, Notts. Died Jan. 4, 1691-2; buried in Trinity 
Chapel. M.I. there. Built rooms in College for the use of 
the Babington family. (D.N.B.; Nichols' Leics. 1. Pt 11. 3.) 

BABINGTON, MATTHEW. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Christ's, 
Lent, 1564-5. S. of Thomas, of Cossington, Leics. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, May 15, 1567. Buried at Cossington, 
Feb. 13, 1615-6. Inq. post mortem at Leicester. 

BABINGTON, MATTHEW. Matric. Fell. -Com. from Queens', 
Easter, 1631. S. and h. of Thomas, of Rothley Temple, 
Leics., Esq. B. May 17, 1612. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Nov. 1631. Barrister-at-Law, 1639. Of Rothley, Esq. M.P. 
for Leics., 1660. Buried at Rothley, Sept. 27, 1669. Father 
of Matthew (1665) below. (Burke, L.G.) 

BABINGTON MATTHEW. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 29, 
1665. S. of Matthew of Rothley Temple (1631) above. 
School, Westminster. Matric. 1665; Scholar, 1666; B.A. 
1668-9; M.A. 1672. Fellow, 1671-80. Died 1680, aged 36. 
WiU proved (V.C.C.) 1681. (Burke, L.G.) 

BABINGTON, RALPH. B.A. 1502-3; B.Can.L. 1508-9. 3rd s. 
of Thomas, of Dethick, Derbs., Esq. Of St William 
Hostel. R. of Hintlesham, Suffolk. R. of Hickling, Notts., 
1515-21. Died Aug. 29, 1521; buried at Hickling. M.I. at 
Ashover, Derbs., and brass at Hickling. Will printed in 
Test. Ebor. (Surtees Soc. v. 124; Godfrey, Notts.) 

BABINGTON, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 
1621. S. of John, merchant, of London. B.A. 1624-5; M.A. 
1628. Perhaps V. of Ingrave, Essex, 1642; afterwards 
Presbyterian minister there. For a time minister at Sidbury, 
Devon. Died c. 1681. (Peile, i. 339; Vis. of London, 1634.) 

BABINGTON, THOMAS. Of Peterhouse. S. of John, Knt., of 
Dethick, Lord of Kingston. Sheriff of Derbs. and Notts., 
1498. Founded a chantry at Ashover. Left money for poor 
scholars. Died Mar. 13, 1518-9. Will P.C.C. Brass at 
Ashover. Father of the next. (Cooper, i. 20; Burke, L.G.) 

BABINGTON, THOMAS. B.A. 1509-10. Sixth s. of Thomas, 
of Dethick, above. R. of Yelvertoft, Northants., 1510. R. of 
Gotham, Notts., 1537. Died at Cambridge. (Nichols, i. Pt 11. 
1, and III. 964; Burke, L.G.) 

BABINGTON, THOMAS. Adm. Fell-Com. at Clare, Sept. 13, 
1700. S. of Thomas, of Rothley Temple, Leics., Esq. 
B. at Rothley Temple, 1682. Matric. 1701. Died July 31, 
1745, aged 63. Buried at Rothley. (Burke, L.G. ; Nichols' 
Letcs. I. Pt II. 4.) 

BABINGTON, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', July 3, 
1598. Of Staffs. Perhaps 5th s. of Humphrey. Of Rothley 
Temple, Esq. Admitted at the Inner Temple, 1603. Barrister, 
1612. Died 1657. Buried at Rothley, Leics., Sept. 22. 
(Burke, L.G.) 



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BABINGTON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Clare, Apr. 14, 1704. 
S. of Thomas. Of Rothley Temple, Leicester. Matric. 1705; 
LL.B. 1709. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 23, 1710; priest, 
Dec. 24, 1710. R. of Cossington, Leicester, 1710. V. of 
Rothley, 1736-38. Licensed to marry Elizabeth Port, of 
Cossingtoa, 1719. Died Dec. 5, 1758, aged 72. Father of 
William (1742-3) below. (Burke, L.G.; Nichols' Ltics. 1. 
Pt 11. 4.) 

BABINGTON, WILLIAM. Adm. scholar at Trinity Haix, Jan. 

4, 1742-3. S. of William, clerk, of Rothley Temple (1704) 
above. Of CossinRton. Matric. 1743-4; LL.B. 1749. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) May 25, 1746; priest. May 21, 1749. R. of 
Cossington, 1758. V of Rothley, 1770. Died May 14, 1783, 
aged 61. (Burke, L.G. ; Nichols' Leics. i. Pt i. 4.) 

BABINGTON, ZACHARY. M.A. 1598 (Incorp. from Oxford). 

5. of Thomas, of Cossington, Leics. B.A. (Oxford) 1569-70; 
M.A. 1572-3; B.C.L. and D.C.L. 1599. Preb. of Lichfield, 
1581; precentor, 1589. R. of Sudbury, Derbs., 1583; of 
Hoggeston, Bucks., 1588; of Langwith, Derbs., 1594; and 
of Cossington, Leics., 1603. Died 1613. {Al.Oxon.; Burke, 
L.G. ; Nichols' Leics. i. Pt i. 3.) 

BABYNGTON, -. Scholar at King's Hall, 1496-1505. 

BABINGTON, . Adm. FeU.-Com. at Trinitv, 1656. Matric. 

1657. Perhaps John, s. and h. of Zachary, of Curborough, 
Staffs., adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 27, 1656. If so, of 
Pembroke College, Oxford. {Al. Oxon.) 

BABROOKE, JAMES. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 
1621. 

BABTHORPE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Lent, 
1557-8. One of these names, s. and h. of William, of Bap- 
thorp, Yorks., adm. at the (?) Inner Temple, Oct. 1580. 

BABTHROPPE, NICHOLAS. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, 
Easter, 1545. 

BAPTHORPE, RALPH. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 14) at Caius, 
May 19, 1576. Of Osgodby, Yorks. S. of Sir William, Knt. 
Matric 1576. One of the papist faction in College. Knighted, 
Apr. 17, 1603. A recusant. Died May 2, 1618, at Louvain. 
(Venn, i. 85; Vis. of Yorks., 1584.) 

BABTHORPE, ROBERT. B.A. 1521-2; M.A. 1525, as Babshot; 
B.D. 1532-3; D.D. 1539. S. of William, of Babthorpe. 
On Caput, 1539-40; and otherwise employed in University 
business. Fellow of St John's, 1524. One of these names 
was of King's Hall, 1534-44. R. of Kirk Deighton, Yorks., 
1537-70- Pteb. of York, 1544. Subdean, 1548-70. Died 
1570. (Vis. of Yorks., 1584.) 

BABTHORPE, THOMAS. B.D. 1458-9. S. of Sir Ralph, of 
Babthorpe, Yorks. Ord. acolyte (Ely) 1448. Preb. of York, 
1448. Died Oct. 13, 1478. Buried at Howden. M.I. there. 
(M. H. Peacock.) 

BABTHORPE, THOMAS. B.A. 1474-5; M.A. 1478. S. of Robert, 
of Babthorpe. Nephew of above. R. of Hemingborough, 
Yorks., 1480-1517. Died 1517. Buried at Hemingborough. 

BABTHORPE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, 
Michs. 1555. 

BABTHORPE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's c. 1594. 

B.A. (? 1594-5); M.A. 1598. 
BABTHORP, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from St John's, 

Michs. 1553. S. and h. of Sir William, of Osgodby, Yorks. 

Knighted, 1560. Died May i, 1581. Father of Ralph (1576). 

(M. H. Peacock.) 

BAPTHORP, . Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1560. 

BABWITH, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Clare, Apr. 1, 1647. 

BACHCROFT, see BATCHCROFT. 

BACHE or BATCH, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, 
July 2, 1618. Of Seaming, Norfolk. S. of John, husbandman. 
School, E. Dereham. Matric. 1619; B.A. 1621-2; M.A. 1625. 
Ord. priest (Norwich) Mar. 9, 1622-3. R- of Seaming, 1639. 
Will proved (Norwich) 1663. [Venn, i. 240.) 

BACHE, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, June 19, 
1717. S. of William, of Burghfield, Berks. School, West- 
minster. Scholar, 1718. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 1721. 
Migrated to Christ's, 1728, as 'S. of William, of Driffield, 
Yorks.' Brother of Sharington (1717). According to a ms. 
history of the Family he and his brother were bom at New- 
port, Salop. {Peile, 11. 216; Geneal. Soc. of London.) 

BACHE, JOHN. Adm. sirar (age 17) at St John's, May 8, 1667. 
S. of Thomas, deceased, of Hoccam in Brimstry hundred, 
Salop. B. there. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. 1667. Died 
in college, 1667; buried at All Saints, Cambridge. 

BACHE, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Sept. 17, 1635. 
Of Norfolk. Matric. 1636; B.A. 1639-40; M.A. 1643, as 
Batch. 



Backler, James 

BACHE, SHARINGTON. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
June 19, 1717. S. of William, of Burghfield, Berks. B. at 
Prees, Salop. School, Westminster. Matric 1718; Scholar, 
1718; B.A. 1720-1. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Mar. 1, 1723-4. 
V. of Adwick, Yorks., 1736-72. Died Mar. 10, 1772. Brother 
of Henry (1717). 

BACHE, WILLIAM. Matric pens, from Trinity Hall, Michs. 
1550, impubes. 

BACHE or BATCH, WILLIAM. Matric sizar from Clare, 
Michs. 1583; B.A, 1587-8. 

BACHELOR, see BATCHELOR. 

BACHUM, JOSIAH. Matric pens, from Clare, Easter, 1655. 

BACK, THOMAS. Adm. sirar (age 16) at Pembroke, May 22, 
1712. S. of Edward, of Tenterden, Kent, surgeon. B. May 5, 
1696. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matnc. 1712; M.B. 
1717- 

BACK or BACE, — — . B.A. 1473-4; M.A. 1475. Perhaps 
William Bakk, of Norwich diocese; ord. subdeacon (Norwich) 
Dec. 20, 1477: title, Mettingham College, Suffolk. 

BACKETT, THOMAS. B.A. 1458-9. 

BACKFIELD, . Probably graduated in Law or Theology, 

1465-6. 

BACKHOUSE, ANTHONY. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1695. 
Of Lanes. Matric Michs. 1695; B.A, 1698-9. V. of Ingle- 
ton, Yorks., 1707-13. 

BACKHOUSE, GILBERT. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, 
Easter, 1566; B.A. from Trinity, 1569-70; M.A. 1573; B.D. 
1581. Fellow of Trinity, 1571. Ord. deacon and priest 
(London) Oct. 13, 1576. Perhaps I>reb. of Worcester, 1581. 

BACKHOUSE, ISAAC Incorp. M.A. 1691, from St John's 
College, Oxford. S. of Adam, of London. Matric. (Oxford) 
July 22, 1664, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1668; M.A. 1672. 
Under-master at Merchant Taylors', 1674-7. Head Master 
of Wolverhampton School, 1680-5. R. of Northop, 
Flints., 1681. V. of Haslingfield, Cambs., 1688-1714. (Al. 
Oxon.) 

BACKHOUSE, JAMES. Adm. sizar at Trinity, June 12, 1736. 
S. of Richard, of Mansergh, Westmorland. School, Hevers- 
ham, Westmorland. Matric. 1736; Scholar, 1739: B.A. 1739- 
40; Fellow, 1742; M.A. 1743; B.D. 1761. Ord. deacon (Lin- 
coln) June 1, 1740; priest, E>ec. 19, 1742. Taxor, 1749, 1753- 
V. of St Michael's, Cambridge, 1756. V. of Shudy Camps, 
Cambs., 1758. V. of Over, 1760. Died Sept. 30, 1790, aged 
70. (G. Mag.) 

BACKHOUSE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 
1589. 

BACKHOUSE, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 
June 13, 1751. S. of Richard, husbandman, of Cumberland. 

B. at Akiton. School, Sebergham. B.A. 1755; M.A. 1765. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 22, 1754; priest (Peterb.) 
Dec. 19, 1756. V. of Rothersthorpe, Northants., 1756-74. 
R. of Alderton, 1764-74. Buried at Alderton, Mar. 27, 1774. 
(Scott-Mayor, iii. 607.) 

BACKHOUSE, ROBERT. Incorp. M.A. 1730, from Queen's 
College, Oxford. S. of Edmund, of Morland, Westmorland. 
Matric. (Oxford) Mar. 12, 1708-9, age i6; B.A. (Oxford) 
1714-5; M.A. 1718. R. of Newton, Sudbury, Suffolk, 1723. 
V. of Newbold Pacey, Warws., 1734. (Al. Oxon.) 

BACKHOUSE, SAMUEL. Matric pens, from Trinity, Michs. 
1569; B.A. 1572-3. Probably adm. at Gray's Inn, 1572, 
as s. of Nicholas, of London, alderma." and sheriff. Of 
Swallowfield, Berks., Esq. M.P. for Windsor, 1604-11, 1614. 
(J. Foster, Gray's Inn.) 

BACKHOUSE, SAMUEL. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Sidney, Jan. 27, 
i6ii-i2. Matric. 1612. 

BACKHOUSE, WILUAM. Matric pens, from Trinity, Easter, 
1620. Perhaps migrated to Oxford; if so matric from St 
John's, Jan. 20, 1625-6, age 20; B.A. 1625-6. (Al. Oxon.) 

BACKHOUSE, WILUAM. Adm sizar (age 18) at Christ's, 
Mar. 8, 1747-8. S. of Benjamin. B. at Sebergham, Cumber- 
land. School, Wigton. Matric. 1748; Scholar, 1748; B.A. 
1752; M.A. 1755; D.D. 1771. Fellow, 1752. Ord. deacon 
(London) May, 1752. V. of Meldreth, Cambs., 1764-67. R. of 
St Mary-le-Bow, Apr. 13, 1769-71. Archdeacon of Canter- 
bury, Dec. 13, 1769. R. of Ickham, Kent, 1771-88. V. of 
Deal, Dec. 26, 1775-1788. Master of Eastbridge Hospital, 
Kent, Oct. 1777. Died Sept. 28, 1788; buried in Deal 
church. (Peile, 11. 251.) 

BACKLER, EDWARD. B.A. i537-«. 

BACKLER, JAMES. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Apr. 14, 1631. Of 
Suffolk. Matric. pens. 1631. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 20, 
1640 (B.A.); priest, Feb. 35, 1642-3 (as 'M.A.'), age 39. 

C. of Butley, Suffolk. 



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BACKLER, SAMUEL. Adm. pens (age i6) at Magdalene, 
June 14, 1649. S. of Nathaniel, late of Stratford, Suffolk. 
School, Dedham. Matric. 1649; B.A. 1652-3; M.A. 1656. 
R. of Whatfield, Suffolk, 1649; ejected, 1662. Died at Ded- 
ham. Bimed at Whatfield, Jan. 18, 1687. (Calamy, u. 441; 
Davids, 596.) 

BACKLER, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at Jesus, June 6, 1660. 
Migrated to St John's, Sept. 17, 1660, age 16. S. of Nathaniel, 
clothier, of Dedham, Essex. B. there. School, Dedham. 
Matric. 1660; B.A. 1663-4; M.A. 1668. Signs for priest's 
orders (London) Mar. i, 1666-7. 

BACKLER, SAMUEL. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Michs. 
1678; B.A. 1679-80; M.A. 1683. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
June, 1683. V. of Newnham, Herts., 1684-1713. C. of 
Astwick, Beds., 1697-1701. V. of Ashwell, Herts., 1713-20. 
Schoolmaster at Ashwell. Died 1720. Father of the next. 

BACKLER, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, Jan. 24, 
1709-10. S.ofSamuel(above),V. of Ashwell, Herts. B. there. 
School, Ashwell. Matric. 1710; Scholar, 1710; B.A. 1713-4- 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) May, 1714; priest, Sept. 22, 1717. 
V. of Lowesby, Leics., 1719. R. of Battlesden, Beds., 1727. 

BACKTON, EDMUND. B.A. 1466-7; D.D. 1484-5. One of the 
first admitted at St Catharine's, 1473; afterwards Fellow 
there. 

BACKWELL, BARNABY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Christ's, May 
24, 1680. S. of Edward, Alderman of London. B. at 
Creslow, Bucks. School, Creslow. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Feb. 6, 1682. Died Feb. 21, 1731; buried at Tyringham, 
Bucks. [Peile, 11. 79.) 

BACKWELL, BRETT. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 1, 1707. 
Of Bucks. S. of John, of Tyringham, Bucks. Matric. 1708; 
B.A. 1710-1; M.A. 1714; B.D. 1723. Fellow, 1713-28. 
Taxor, 1718. Ord. deacon (London) May 31, 1713; priest 
(Norwich) Dec. 1715. V. of St Botolph's, Cambridge, 1718. 
V. of Oakington, Cambs., 1725. R. of Moulsoe, 1727-55- V. of 
Tyringham and Filgrave, Bucks., i736-5fi- Died 1755-6, 
aged 68. 

BACKWELL, LEIGH. Adm. Fell-Com. at Christ's, May 24, 
1680. S. of Edward and Mary Leigh. B. at Parson's Green, 
Middlesex. Brother of Richard. (PeiU, 11. 79.) 

BACKWELL, RICHARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 16) at Christ's, 
Jan. 3, 1679-80. S. of Edward, goldsmith, of London (for 
whom see D.N.B). B. at Parson's Green, Middlesex. 
School, London. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 17, 
1676. Died Apr. 26, 1731. {PeUe, 11. 76.) 

BACKWELL, TYRINGHAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Queens', 
June 13, 1721. Matric. 1721. Of Bucks. S. and h. of 
Tyringham, of Tyringham, Bucks., Esq. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Nov. 17, 1721. Buried Apr. 30, 1748. (Lipscomb, iv, 
376.) 

BACKWITH or BECKWITH, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St 
John's, Easter, 1622; B.A. 1625-6. 

BACON, ANTHONY. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Trinity, Easter. 
1573. ists. of Sir Nicholas (1523) Lord Keeper, by his 2nd 
wife. Resided, with his brotiier Francis, till the end of 
1575- Adm. at Gray's Inn, June, 1576. Succeeded to his 
father's estates in Herts. Travelled abroad 1579-92. M.P. 
for Wallingford, 1593, and for Oxford, 1597. Supporter of 
the Earl of Essex. Died May, 1601. (D.iV.B.; Coo/>«r, 11. 315.) 

BACON, BACQUEVILLE. Matric. FeU.-Com. from St John's, c. 

1594. srd s. of Sir Nicholas (1561), of Redgrave, Suffolk, 

Bart. Of Hockham, Norfolk. Married Mary, dau. of Thomas 

French. (Betham, i. 28). 
BACON. BACQUEVILLE. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Jesus, Apr. 6, 

1635. Of Suffolk. S. of above. Matric. 1635. Died 1641, 

aged 17. {Blomefield, i. 463.) 
BACON, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. pens, from Sx John's, Lent, 

1563-4- 
BACON, DANIEL. B.A. from Peterhouse, 1568-9; M.A. 

1573. V. of Swavesey, Cambs., tiU 1573. R. of OutweU, Nor- 
folk, 1574-8. R- of Newton, I. of Ely, 1578. 
BACON, EDMUND. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1571; 

Scholar of Trinity HaU, 1573 ; LL.B. 1578. 
BACON, EDMUND. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Corpus Christi, 

Easter, 1584. S. and h. of Sir Nicholas (1561), of Redgrave, 

Suffolk, Knt. B.C. 1570. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 14, 1586. 

M.P. for Eye, 1588; for Suffolk, 1593, 1625. Succeeded as 

Bart., 1624. Died Apr. 10, 1649. (G.E.C.) 
BACON, EDMUND. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Caius, Feb. 22, 1593-4, 

age 16. ist s. of Edmund, of Hessett, Suffolk. Matric. c. 

1594. Of Hessett, Esq. Buried there, Sept. 16, 1617. Died 

before his father. [Venn, i. 151.) 
BACON, EDMUND. Matric pens, from Clare, Easter, 1617; 

B.A. 1620-1; M.A. 1624. Incorp. at Oxford, 1627. Student 

of Gray's Inn, 1616, as son of Robert, of Ryburgh, Norfolk, 

^q. (G.E.C. has confused him with the next.) 



Bacon, Francis 

BACON, EDMUND. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Caius, June 6, 1648, age 
14. S.of Robert, Esq. B. at Ryburgb, Norfolk. Schools, Syder- 
stone and GressenhaU. Matric. 1648. Succeeded his grand- 
father as baronet, 1655. Died Sept. 12, 1685. (Venn, 1. 372.) 

BACON, Sir EDMUND, Bart. Adm. (age 14) at Caius, Apr. 1666. 
S. of Sir Nicholas, Bart. , of GiUingham, Norfolk. Matric. Lent, 
1667-8; M.A. 1669. Succeeded as Bart., 1666. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 6, 1669. Buried at GiUingham, Nov. 5, 
1683. (Venn, i. 426; G.E.C.) 

BACON, Sir EDMUND, Bart Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 15) at St 
John's, Sept. 13, 1687. S. of Sir Henry, Bart., of GiUingham. 
B. at Sturston, Norfolk. Bapt. Apr. 6, 1672. School, Botes- 
dale. Succeeded as Bart. Jan. 1685-6. M.P. for Orford, 
Suffolk, 1700-1708 (Return for 1708 erased). Died at 
GiUingham, July 10, 1721. Father of Edmund (1710) and 
John (1721). (G.E.C. II. 32.) 

BACON, EDMUND. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Pembroke, May 5, 
1697. S.of Sir Robert, Bart., of Redgrave, Suffolk. Succeeded 
as Bart. 1704. M.P. for Thetford, 1710-3; for Norfolk, 1713, 
1728-41. Died Apr. 30, 1755. (G.E.C.) 

BACON, EDMUND. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at Caius, May 12, 
1710. S. of Sir Edmund, Bart., of GiUingham, Norfolk (1687). 
B. there. Schools, Beccles and B. Stortford. Matric. 1710; 
B.A. 1713-4 (2nd wrangler). FeUow, 1716-20. Probably 
adm. at the Middle Temple, May 27, 1714. Baronet, 1721. 
M.P. for Thetford, NorfoUt, 1722-38. Died at Bath, 
Oct. 4, 1738. Father of Edmund (1743) below. Brother 
of John (1721). (Venn, 1. 523; G.E.C.) 

BACON, Sir EDMUND, Bart Adm. FeU.-Com. at Caius, Oct. 21, 
1743. S. of Sir Edmund (1710) above, of GiUingham, Norfolk. 
B. in London. Schools, Worlingham (priv.) and Westminster. 
Succeeded as Bart. 1738. Matric. 1743; M.A. 1746. FeUow, 
1746-50. Died Apr. 6, 1750. (Venn, u. 53; G.E.C.) 

BACON, EDWARD. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 14, 1530, age 17. Of Hessett, Suffolk. FeUow, 1533-4. 
No degree recorded. 

BACON, EDWARD. Matric. FeU.-Com. (age 12) from Trinity, 
Michs. 1561. 3rd s. of Sir Nicholas, Lord Keeper (1523) 
by his first \nie. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1566. Ancient, 
1576. Of Shrubland HaU, Suffolk. M.P. for Yarmouth, 
1576-83; for Tavistock, 1584; for Weymouth, 1586; Sheriff 
of Suffolk, 1601. Knighted, May 11, 1603. Died Sept. 8, 
1618. M.I. at Barham, Suffolk. (D.N.B.; Le Neve, Mow. 
I. 67.) 

BACON, EDWARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at Caius, Sept. 4, 

1581. S.of John, gent. B. at Hessett, Suffolk. School, Botes- 
dale. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Feb. 13, 1582. Sheriff 
for Suffolk, 1601. Will proved (Norwich) Jan. 25, 1625-6. 
(Venn, 1. 112.) 

BACON, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, Jan. 20, 
1685-6. S. of Francis. B. at Grantham, Lincoln. School, 
Grantham. Matric. 1686-7; Scholar, 1689; B.A. 1689-^0; 
M.A. 1693. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Feb. 12, 1692-3; priest, 
Jime 3, 1694. V. of Barkeston, Leics., 1695-1708. Died 
June 3, 1708. Buried at Bottesford. (Nichok' Leics. 11. 20.) 

BACON, FRANCIS. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 12) at Trinity, Apr. 5, 
1573, with his brother Anthony. S. of Sir Nicholas (1523), 
Lord Keeper of the great seal. Matric. 1573. Resided for two 
years. M.A. July 27, 1594. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1576. With 
theembassyof Sir AmiasPaulet in France, 1576-9. Barrister, 

1582. Sl.P. forMelcombe Regis, 1584; for Taunton, 1586; for 
Liverpool, 1588; for Middlesex, 1593; for Southampton, 
1597; for St Albans, 1601; for Ipswich, 1604, and for Cam- 
bridge University, 1614. Bencher, Gray's Inn, 1586. King's 
Counsel, 1604. Knighted, 1603. Solicitor-general, 1607. Coun- 
sel for the University, 1613. Attorney-general, 1613. Lord 
Keeper, 1617. Lord ChanceUor, and created Baron Venilam, 
1618. Viscount St Alban, 1621. Charged with bribery, 
deprived of the great seal, and fined, 1621. Died Apr. g, 
1626. Buried at St Albans. For an account of his literary 
and scientific work see D.N.B. The Essays were pub- 
lished in 1597; the Advancement of Learning, 1605; the New 
Atlantis, 1614-8; the Novum Organum, 1620. (D.N.B.) 

BACON, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Easter,i6o2. 
Is not this the 'Son of John, of Lynn, Norfolk, gent. Adm. 
at Gray's Inn, Feb. 16, 1607-8'? Barrister, 1615. Autunm 
Reader, 1634. Serjeant at Law, 1640. Justice K.B., and 
knighted, 1642. Retired after the death of the King. Died 
Aug. 22, 1657. Buried at St Gregory's, Norwich. (D.N.B.) 

BACON, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1612; 
B.A. from Emmanuel, 1619-20; M.A. 1623; B.D. 1634. 
Preb. of Lichfield, 1661-82. 

BACON, FRANCIS. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Queens', Easter, 
1617. Of Suffolk. Probably s. of Edward, of Shrubland, 
Suffolk, Esq. Bapt. at Coddenham, Dec. 30, 1600. Adm. at 
Gray's Inn, Aug. i, 1618. Barrister, 1626. J.P. for Suffolk. 
Masterof Requests, 1657. M.P for Ipswich, 1645, 1654, 1656, 
1659, 1660. 



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Bacon, Francis 

BACON, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, Easter, 
1640. Of Norfolk. 

BACON, FRANCIS. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Queens', Michs. 
1657. Of Suffolk. Perhaps s. and h. of Francis, Bencher of 
Gray's Inn; adm. there June 9, 1656; barrister, 1663. 

BACON, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Jesus, March 35, 1658. Of 
Suffolk. Matric. 1658. 

BACON, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Mar. 18. 
1672-3. S. of Francis, of Norwich. B. at Ditchinghara, 
Norfolk. Schools, Ditchingham and Eye, Suffolk; and 
Seaming, Norfolk. Matric. 1673. 

BACON, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Apr. 22, 
1686. S. of Sir Nicholas, K.B., of Coddenham, Suffolk. 
School, Woodbridge, Suffolk. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
May, 1686. 

BACON, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Apr. 5, 
1717. S. of Edward, of Grantham, Lines. School, Gran- 
tham. Scholar, 1718; B.A. 1720-1; M.A. 1724. Ord. priest 
(Lincoln) May 23, 1725. R. of Panton, Lines. R. of W. 
Allington, 1758. R. of Muston, Leics., 1758-68. Master 
of the Free Grammar School. (Nichols' Leics. 11. 292 ) 

BACON, GEORGE, Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Apr. 24, 
I733- S. of Nicholas, of Shrubland, Suffolk. School, Monk- 
Soham, Suffolk. Matric. 1733; Scholar, 1734; B.A. 1737; 
M.A. 1741. Brother of John (1733). 

BACON, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, June 22, 1622. 
Matric. 1622; B.A. 1626-7. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Dec. 23; 
priest, Dec. 24, 1627. 

BACON, ISAAC. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 23, 1660. 
Of Yorks. Matric. 1660. 

BACON, JAMES. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Corpus Christi, 
Easter, 1584. Probably s. and h. of James, of London, 
alderman ; adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 14, 1586. Knighted, 
1604. Of Friston, Suffolk. Buried at St Giles', Finsbury, 
Feb. 11, 1618-9. {Vis. of London, 1568.) 

BACON, JAMES. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Queens', Easter, 
1613. Of Suffolk. S. of the above. B.A. 1616-7; M.A. 1620. 
Probably R. of Burgate, Suffolk, 1639-50. 

BACON, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Trinity, June 29, 
1676. S. of James. School, Derby. Matric. 1676. 

BACON, JOHN. Matric. i>ens. from Peterhouse, 1566 (? mis- 
take for Daniel (1568)). 

BACON, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1566. 

BACON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Apr. 24, 1721. 
S. of Sir Edmund (1687), Bart., of GiUingham, Norfolk B. 
there. Schools, Beccles and Botesdale. Matric. 1721; B.A. 
1724-5; M.A. from Magdalene, 1728; LL.D. (Com. Reg.) 
1728. Fellow of Magdalene, 1725. Probably adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Dec. 12, 1728. Perhaps R. of Somerleyton 
and Blundeston, Suffolk, 1729-32. Brother of Edmund 
(1710). Died Nov. 4, 1732. {Venn, 11. 16.) 

BACON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 24, 1733, age 18. 
S. of Nicholas, of Shrubland, Suffolk. School, Monk Soham, 
Suffolk. Matric. 1733; Scholar, 1734; B.A. 1736-7; M.A. 
1741. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 24, 1738; priest (Norwich) 
May, 1739. R. of Barham, Suffolk, 1739. Died Jan. 12, 
1788. Brother of George (1733). {G.Mag.) 

BACON, LIONEL. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1606, 
age 10. S. of Edward, of Shrubland, Suffolk. Of Heigham. 
Buried at Coddenham, Dec. 9, 1678. {Peile, i. 257.) 

BACON, LUKE. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Apr. 13, 1619. 
Matric. 1619; B.A. 1622-3. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 28, 
1623; priest. Mar. 28, 1624. V. of Bradboume, Derbs., 
1632-46. 

BACON, MICHAEL. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Oct. 31, 
1747. S. of Michael, farmer, of Yorks. B. at Selby. School, 
Sedbergh. Matric. 1748; B.A. 1752: M.A. 1753; B.D. 1762; 
D.D. 1769. Fellow, 1754-73. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 22, 
1752; priest, June 9, 1754. V. of Wakefield, Yorks., 1764- 
1805. R. of Rythcr, 1772-1805. Died Aug. 19, 1805. (Scott- 
Mayor, III. 572.) 

BACON, MONTAGU. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 16) at Trinity, 
Feb. 16, 1704-5- S. of Nicholas, of Shrubland, Suffolk, and 
Catherine, dau. of the Earl of Sandwich. B. at Coddenham. 
School, Westminster. Matric. 1705; M.A. 1734 {Lit. Reg.). 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, Mar. 29, 1704. R. of Newbold 
Verdun, 1743 (presented by the University). Author. Died 
at Chelsea, Apr. 7, i749- Buried at Coddenham. For some 
years out of hL« mind. (D.N.B.) 

BACON, NATHANIEL. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Trinity, 
Michs. 1561. 2nd s. of Sir Nicholas (1523), Lord Keeper by 
his first wife. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Dec. 16, 1562. 'Ancient,' 
1576. M.P. for Tavistock, 1571, 1572; for Norfolk, 1584, 
1604; for Lynn, 1507. Sheriff of Norfolk, 1586 and 
Of Stifikey, Esq. Knighted, 1604. Died Nov. 7, 1622 

latStiffkey ~ 

(1561). (D.N.B.) 



«593i 1604; for Lynn, 1507. Sheriff of Norfolk, 1586 and 
1599. Of Stlffkey, Esq. Knighted, 1604. Died Nov. 7, 1622. 
Buried at Stiffkey. Brother of Nicholas (1561) and Edward 



Bacon, Philip 

BACON, NATHANIEL. Matric. pens, from Christ's, July, 1606. 
S. of Edward, of Shrubland, Suffolk. Bapt. at Coddenham, 
Dec. 12, 1593. B.A. 1610-1. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Aug. 16, 
1611. Bencher, 1640. M.P. for the University, 1645; and for 
Ipswich, 1654, 1656, 1658, 1660. Master of Requests. Re- 
corder of Ipswich and of Bury. Died 1660. Brother of 
Nicholas (1606), Philip and Lionel (1606). {D.N.B.) 

BACON, NATHANIEL. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 
Easter, 1622; B.A. 1623-4; M.A. 1628. S. of Sir Robert. 
Ord. deacon and priest (Norwich) Jan. 4, 1628-9. R- of Gt 
Ryburgh, Norfolk, 1628. {D.N.B. wrong in identifying him 
with the painter, who was K.B.) 

BACON, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Apr. 18, 1648. 
Of Essex. Matric. 1648; B.A. 1651-2. S. of Nathaniel, 
Reader of Gray's Inn; ac^. there. May 3, 1651. 

BACON, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 19, 1653. 
Of Suffolk. Perhaps s. of Nicholas, of Shrubland, Suffolk, 
adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 1655. 

BACON, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 17, 1658. 
Of Suffolk. Matric. 1659; B.A. 1662-3; M.A. 1666. Incorp. 
at Oxford, 1672. V. of Fulboum AU Saints', Cambs., 1669. 

BACON, NATHANIEL. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St Catharine's, 
May 5, 1661. Of Suffolk. M.B, 1667. Perhaps s. and h. of 
Thomas, of Friston HaU, Suffolk; adm. at Gray's Inn, 
Nov. 22, 1664. If so, he was the distinguished emigrant to 
Virginia, who played a great part in the history of the 
Colony. Died Oct. 1676. (J. Foster, Gray's Inn; D.N.B.) 

BACON, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 22, 1721. 
Of Cambs. S. of William, of Cambridge. Matric. 1721; B.A. 
1724-5; M.A. 1728. Master at Eton. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
June 4, 1732; priest, June 20. Died 1738, aged 33. M.I. at 
St Benet's, Cambridge. (Blomefield, Collectanea, 217.) 

BACON, NICHOLAS. Scholar of Corpus Christi, 1523. S. of 
Robert, of Drinkstone, Suffolk. B. at Chislehurst, Kent, 
c. 1509. B.A. 1526-7. Barrister, Gray's Inn, 1533. Solicitor 
to the University, 1540. Lord Keeper of the great seal, 1558; 
jurisdiction as Lord ChanceUor, 1559. M.P. for Westmorland, 
1542; for Dartmouth, 1545. Founded a school at Redgrave. 
Died Feb. 20, 1578-9; buried in St Paul's cathedral. Father of 
Francis (1573), of Anthony {1573), Nathaniel (1561), Nicholas 
(1561), and of Edward (1561). Benefactor to Corpus Christi. 
(Cooper, I. 389; D.N.B.; G.E.C.) 

BACON, NICHOLAS. Matric. pens, from Gonville Hall, 
Michs. 1554. 

BACON, NICHOLAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Trinity, 1561. ist s. 
of Sir Nicholas, Lord Keeper, by his first wife. Barrister, of 
Gray's Inn; adm. student, 1562. Knighted, 1578. Sheriff of 
Suffolk, 1581. M.P. for Suffolk, 1572-83. Created premier 
baronet of England, May 22, i6n. Of Redgrave, Suffolk. 
Died Nov. 22, 1624; buried at Redgrave. Father of Bacque- 
viUe (1594) and Edmund (1584)- (D.N.B.; G.E.C.) 

BACON, NICHOLAS. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Christ's, July 
1606. Eldest s. of Edward, of Shrubland, Suffolk. Bapt. at 
Coddenham, Feb. 1, 1589. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 26, 
1607-8. Of Dennington, Suffolk. Died Dec. 18, 1658, aged 
69. Buried at Coddenham. (Peile, I. 256.) 

BACON, NICHOLAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St Catharine's, 
Easter, 1635. Of Suffolk. Probably s. of Nicholas (1606). 
If so. Sir Nicholas, of Shrubland. Adm. at Gray's Inn, June 
18, 1639. Created Bart. 1662. Died Aug. 3, 1666, aged 43. 
M.I. at GUlingham. (Le Neve's Mon. in. 66; G.E.C. iii. 241.) 

BACON, NICHOLAS. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1635. B. at 
Thurgarton. B.A. 1638-9; M.A. 1642. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Sept. 20, 1640; priest, Sept. 24, 1642. C. of Hempstead, 
Norfolk. R. of Mannington. V. of Hempstead. Will proved 
(Norwich) 1706. 

BACON, NICHOLAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, June 27, 

1640. S. and h. of Nicholas, of Shrubland HaU, Suffolk. Matric. 

1641. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 4, 1646-7. One of these 
names (K.B.) M.P. for Ipswich, 1684-5. (Vis. of Suff 1664.) 

BACON, NICHOLAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Pembroke, 
July lo, 1672. S. of Sir Nicholas, of Shrubland, Barham, 
SuffoUc, Knt. 

BACON, NICHOLAS. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1694. S. of 
Sir Henry, Bart., of Herringfleet, Suffolk. Matnc. 1697-8; 
B.A. 1697-8; M.A. 1701; B.D. 1709. FeUow, 1702-15. Died 
in College; buried in the Chapel. 

BACON, NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Emmanuel, May 17. 
1750. S. of Nicholas of Shrubland, Suffolk, Esq. School, 
Dcdham. Matric. 1750; B.A. 1754; M.A. 1762. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Mar. 1756. C. of Hawstead, Suffolk. V. of 
Coddenham, Suffolk, and R. of Barham. Died Aug. 26, 1795- 
M.l. at Coddenham. (E. Anglian, N.S. iv. 51.) 

BACON, PHILIP. Matric. pens, from Christ's, July, 1606. S. of 
Edward, of Shrubland, Suffolk. Adm. at Gray s Inn, Feb. 26, 
1607-8. Of Woolverstone, Suffolk. Buried there, July 26, 
1635, aged 43. (PeiU, 1. 257) 



V. A. C. 



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Bacon, Philip 

BACON, PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Jksus, Apr. 19, 1653. Of 
Suffolk. Matric. 1653; B.A. 1656-7. Probably s. and h. ol 
Nathaniel, of Ipswich, Esq.; adm. at Gray's Inn, May 11, 
1657. 

BACON, PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July, 1653. S. of 
Lionel. B. at Langham, Essex. Matric. 1653; B.A. 1656-7; 
M.A. from Pembroke, 1660; Lie. Med. 1662. Fellow of Pem- 
broke, 1660. Died c. 1663. Benefactor to Pembroke. 

BACON, PHILIP. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Peterhouse, June 7, 
1682. Of Sufiolk. School, Woodbridge, Suffolk. Matric. 
1683-4. Probably 2nd s. of Sir Nicholas, of Shrubland Hall, 
Suffolk, Knt.; adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 13, 1684. (T. A. 
Walker, 171.) 

BACON, PHILIP. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at Caius, Aug. 23, 
1750. S. of Philip, late of Battisford, Suffolk, Esq. B. there. 
Schools, Needham Market, Monk-Soham, Bury and Colne. 
Matric. 1750-1; B.A. 1755; M.A. 1764. Of Ipswich, Esq. 
Col. of the West Suffolk Militia. Died Mar. 14, 1807. Brother 
of William (1750). (Venn, 11. 65.). 

BACON, RALPH. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Easter, 1567. 

BACON, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1574; 
B.A. 1577-8. One of these names V. of Haslingfield, Cambs., 
1573-83. 'Of Bosbury, Herefordshire, aged 34, in 1573.' 
(Ely Dep. Bk.) 

BACON, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from King's, c. 1590. 

BACON, RICHARD. S. of Richard, of St Dunstan's, Fleet St. 
At Cambridge one year, from Westminster School. Arrived 
at Douay, Sept. 8, 1629, age 18. (Douay Diary.) 

BACON, RICHARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St Catharine's, 
Apr. 18, 1669. Perhaps 2nd s. of Sir Nicholas, of Gillingham. 
If so, died 1685. Brother of Edmund (1667). Or, he may be 
4th s. of John, of Chaddesley Corbett, Worcs., adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Nov. 1673. 

BACON, ROBERT M.Gram. 1470-1. V. of Shepreth, Cambs., 
1473- 

BACON, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Micbs. 1564. 

BACON, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Emmanuel, Michs. 1616. 

BACON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 21, 1637. Of 
Essex. Matric. 1637; Scholar, 1637. Buried at All Saints', 
Cambridge, Feb. 25, 1638-9. 

BACON, ROGER. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1578. 

BACON, THOMAS. B.A. 1518-9; M.A. 1521; B.D. 1535-6. 
Scholar of Gonville Hall, 1517; fellow, 1519-27. President 
of Physwick Hostel, 1521. Master of GonviUe Hall, 1552-9. 
R. of Hockwold, Norfolk, 1529-39. Chaplain to Henry VIII. 
R. of Barrow, Suffolk, 1539. V. of Hoxne. R. of Brandon, 
1554. Canon of Ely, 1544; and of Stoke by Clare. R. of 
Chelsfield, Kent, 1532-58. Buried there, Jan. 3, 1558-9. 
(Venn, i. 23.) 

BACON, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1571. 

BACON, THOMAS. Matric. Fell.-Com. from King's, Lent, 
1629-30. 

BACON, THOMAS. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Corpus Christi, 
Easter, 1637. Of Suffolk. S. and h. of Nathaniel, of Friston, 
Sufiolk, Esq. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 13, 1640. Barrister, 
1651. M.P. for Suffolk, 1654; for Aldeburgh, 1660. (Vis. 0/ 
Suff. 1664.) 

BACON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, June 10, 
1645. S. of Francis, Justice K.B. B. in Norwich. Matric. 
1645 ; Scholar, 1645-7. Resided in Norwich. (Venn, i. 358.) 

BACON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, June 24, 1678. 
Of Leics. School, Market Bosworth. Matric. 1674; Scholar. 

BACON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, Nov. 7, 1709. 
Matric. 1710; B.A. 1713-4; M.A. 1718. Perhaps adm. at 
the Middle Temple, Oct. 27, 1709. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
July, 1714 ; priest (Lincoln, Litt. dim. from Norwich) Sept. 22, 
1717. V. of Rushmere, Suffolk, 1717. R. of WaldringfieJd, 
1719. 

BAKON, WILLIAM. Matric. pens. Gonville Hall, Michs. 
1553- 

BAKON, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Gonville Hall, Michs. 
1555- 

BACON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Easter, 1627. 
Matric. 1627 (previously at St John's); B.A. 1630-1; M.A. 
1634. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 5; priest, Sept. 25, 1631. 

BACON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, Feb. 7, 
1630-r. S. of Richard, gent., of Bradfield, Yorks. Schools, 
Sheffield and Wakefield. Matric. as 'Balcon,' 1631. Migrated 
to Clare, Sept. 21, 1633; B.A. from Clare, 1634-5. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) June 4, 1637; priest (Norwich) Dec. 18, 
1642. R. of Pakefield (.\fed.), Suffolk, 1642. Father of 
William (1669) below. 



Badley, John 



BACON, WILUAM. Adm. sizar at Caius, May 5, 1669. 8. 

of William, above. R. of Pakefield, Suffolk. B. there. 

Schools, Pakefield, Beccles, and Norwich. Scholar, 1669-75; 

B.A. 1672-3; M.A. 1676. Ord. deacon (Norwich) March, 

1673-4; priest, 1679-80. C. of Pakefield, 1673-4. R. of 

Kirkley, Suffolk, 1680; of Pakefield, 1680. Died c. 1698. 

(Venn, i. 438.) 
BACON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, Oct. 

29, 1714. S. of Thomas, of Buxton, Norfolk. B. at Alburgh, 

Norfolk. Matric. 1715. 
BACON, WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 16) at Caius, Aug. 23, 

1750. S. of Philip, late of Battisford, Suffolk, Esq. B. there. 

Schools, Lavenham, Suffolk, and Ashton, Lanes, (private). 

Matric. 1751; Scholar, 1751-8; B.A. 1755; M.A. 1758; Fellow, 

1758-64. Brother of Philip (1750). (Venn, 11. 65.) 
BACON, . M.A. 1476-7. Perhaps John, died rector of 

Thurgarton, Norfolk, 1509. 

BACON, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', 1619. 

BACON, . Matric. Fell.-Com. from Trinity, Michs. 1640. 

BACON, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at St Catharine's, July 3, 

X670. 

BACON, , Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity Hall, Dec. 19, 1722. 

BADBYE, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1552. 

BADBY, . Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1554. 

BAOCOCK, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Pembroke, April, 

1631. S. of Richard, husbandman. B. in Essex. Matric. 1631. 
BADCOCKE, HERITAGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 13, 

1648. Of Cambs. Matric. 1648; Scholar, 1650; B.A. 1651-2; 

M.A. 1655. Chaplain of the College, 1656. Signs as V. of 

Roxton, Beds., 1665-7. Buried at Cardington, Feb. 10, 

1689-90. 
BADCOCK, JOHN. B.D. 1559. Canon of Barnwell; Prior, 1534; 

surrendered 1538; afterwards farmed the monastery lands 

in Cambridge. R. of Upwell, Norfolk, 1539-62. V. of St 

Andrew the Less, Cambridge. Died 1562. It is probable 

that he was the Mr Badcock who was resident in Jesus 

c. 1546-7; but was not a fellow. Admon. (P.C.C.) Feb. 

1561-2. (Cooper, I. 219; A. Gray.) 
BADCOCKE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, Easter, 

1640. Of Cambs. B.A. 1643-4; M.A. from Trinity, 1647; 

B.D. 1655; Fellow of Trinity, 1646. Perhaps s. of George, 

of GtBentley, Essex; if so b. 1633. V. of Godmanchester, 

1651-91. Died 1691. (Vis. of Essex, 1634.) 
BADCOCK, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Jan. 22, 1690-1. Of 

Cambs. Matric. 1691; B.A. 1694-5; M.A. 1698. Ord. 

deacon (Norwich) .Sept. 1697. V. of Burwell, Cambs., 1705. 

Died Sept. 13, 1725. (Hist. Reg.) 
BADCOCK, RICHARD LOVELL. Adm. pens, at Queens', 

Nov. 29, 1738. Of Middlesex. S. of Richard, merchant, of 

London. Matric. 1738; Fell.-Com. 1739. Died Sept. 7, 1749. 

Buried in Bristol Cathedral. (Lipscomb, 11. n6.) 

BADCOCKE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1561. 

BADD, . Caution for B.A. 1519-20. 

BADDEL, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Trinity, May 8, 1641. 
BADEN, ANDREW. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 5, 1683. Of 

Wilts. S. of Andrew, of Salisbury. B. 1666. Matric. 1683; 

B.A. 1686-7; M.A. 1690; M.D. 1697. Approved as licentiate 

of the Roysil College of Physicians, 1696. Died 1699, at Bath. 

Will (P.C.C). 
BADEN or BADING, GILES. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, 

Michs. 1609. Of Kent. B.A. from Corpus Christi, 1612-3; 

M.A. 1616; B.D. 1623; D.D. 1634. Fellow of Corpus Christi, 

1621-7. Incorp. at Oxford, 1623. Dean of Ardfert, c. 1630. 
BADEW, RICHARD DE. Chancellor of the University, 1326-9. 

Founder of University Hall, 1326, which he surrendered, to 

found Clare Hall, 1340. Of Gt Baddow, Essex. (Clare CoU. 

Hist. i;D.N.B.) 
BADEW, RICHARD. Chancellor of the University, 1488-90. 
BADGER, ANDREW, Described as 'M.A. Cambridge' when 

incorp. at Oxford, July 14, 1607. No such degree recorded. 
BADGER, CHARLES. M.A. from King's, 1726. S. of James, 

of Hanley Castle, Worcs., clerk Matric. (Hart Hall, Oxford) , 

Oct. 20, 1707, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1711. V. of Cold 

Aston, Gloucs., 1725. (Al. Oxon.) 
BADGER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Dec. 14, 1681. Of 

Hants. M.B. (Lit. Reg.) 1682; M.D. 1687. 
BADLEY, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, Feb. 20, 

1706-7. S." of Thomas, corn-dealer, of Ashby, Norfolk. 

B. there. School, Norwich. Matric. 1707; Scholar, 1707-11; 

B.A. 1710-1. 
BADILY, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, Nov. 4, 1727. 

S. of John, of Kingswinford, Staffs. School, Rugby. Matric 

1729; B.A. 1731-2. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 19, 1731; 

Litt. dim, from Norwich. 



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BADLEY, RICHARD. B.A. from St Johk's, i6ii-a. 

BAODELY, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 
1620; B.A. 1623-4; M.A. 1627. Preb. of Lichfield, 1642; 
sequestered. R. of O^ppenhall, Cheshire, 1627. V. of Eccles- 
hall, Stafis., 1630-52. Buried there. May 15, 1652. 

BADWIN, see BALDWIN. 

BAESH, see BASH. 

BAFF, . B.A. 1476-7. 

BAFFORD, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, c. 1596. 

BAGGE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, May 29, 
1733. S. of John, of Lynn. B. there. Schools, Lynn, and New- 
castle. Matric. 1733; Scholar, 1733; B.A. 1736-7; M.A. 1740; 
D.D. 1764. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 25, 1737; priest 
(Norwich) Mar. 23, 1739-40. V. of Banner, Norfolk, 1760- 
91. R. of Syderstone, 1760-91; and of Tydd St Giles, 
Cambs., 1740. Chaplain to the Bishop of Chester. V. ofSt 
Margaret and St Nicholas, Lynn, 1755-91. Died Aug. 17, 
1791. M.I. at St Nicholas. (Venn, 11. 37). 

BAGGE, RALPH. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius, July 7, 1666. S. 
of Francis, gent., of Cockley Cley, Norfolk. Schools, Swaff- 
ham and Perse, Cambridge. Matric. 1667-8; Scholar, 1667- 
72; B.A. 1670-1. 

BAGGE, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 1713. S. of John, 
of King's Lynn. B. in Norfolk, 1695. Matric. 1713; Scholar, 
1713; B.A. 1716-7; M.A. 1720. Ord. deacon (Ely) Dec. 31, 
1718; priest (Norwich) Dec. 1719. C. of Bircham Newton, 
Norfolk. R. of Bircham Newton, 1719; also of Bircham 
Tofts, I72I. (PeUe, n. 181.) 

BAGGE, SIMON. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Apr. lo, 1656. 
S. of Simon, of Cockley Cley, Norfolk, gent. Schools, 
Swaffham and Norwich. Matric. 1656; Scholar, 1656-63; 
B.A. 1659-60; M.A. 1663; Fellow, 1663-82. Incorp. at 
Oxford, 1664. Died in College; buried at St Michael's, 
Cambridge, Feb. 6, 1681-2. Will (V.C.C). (Venn, i. 394.) 

BAGGE, SIMON. Adm. sizar at Caius, May, 1674. S. of Simon, 
gent., of Cockley Cley, Norfolk. B. there. Schools, SwafiOiam 
and Perse, Cambridge. Matric. 1674; Scholar, 1674-81; B.A. 
1677-8; M.A. 1681. Fellow, 1684-6. (Venn, i. 451.) 

BAGGE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius, Feb. 38, 
i6'}6-7. S. of William, currier. B. at Shipdham, Norfolk. 
School, Westfield. Matric. 1637; Scholar, 1638-44; B.A. 
1640-1; M.A. 1644; M.D. 1655. Fellow, 1646-57. Died at 
Hillington, Norfolk, 1657. Will proved (V.C.C). (Venn, i. 
324) 

BAGLEY, FRANCIS. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 1645; 
B.A. 1650. 

BAGULYE, GEORGE Matric. pens, from Clare, Michs. 1619; 
B.A. 1622; M.A. 1626. Probably R. of Wath, Yorks., 1635- 
57. Buried Aug. 24, 1657. 

BAGLEY, GEORGE Adm. sizar (age 18) at Christ's, Oct. 27, 
1682. S. of Samuel, of Hazelbeach, Northants. School, 
Guilsborough. Matric. 1682; B.A. 1686-7. V. of Naseby, 
1689-1717. V. of Desborough, Northants., in 1695. R. of 
Isham, 1710-30. (Peile, 11. 89; T. P. Dorman.) 

BAGULEY, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Aug. 9, 1597. 
Ord. deacon and priest (Peterb.) June 34, 1599, as 'M.A. of 
Emmanuel.' Curate of Kirkby-le-Thorpe, Lines., in 161 1. 
V. of Ewerby, 1618. Probably V. of Iver, Bucks., 1619. 
Will proved (Lincoln) 1639; of Ewerby. 

BAGULEY or BAGLEY, HUGH. Matric. sizar from St John's, 
Easter, 1588. Of Notts. B.A. 1591-2; M.A. 1595. Fellow, 
1592. Ord. deacon and priest (Peterb.) June 24, 1599. R- of 
Wath, Yorks., 1619-35. Died 1635. Buried at Richmond, 
Aug. 9, 1635. 

BAGULEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St John's, Feb. 3, 
1654-5- S. of William, yeoman, of Wombwell, Yorks. 
B. there. School, Manchester. Matric. 1658; B.A. 1658-9; 
M.A. 1662. Master of Chichester Grammar School, 1665. 

V. of Sidlesham, Sussex, 1665-9. Brother of Baguley, 

(1666), 

BAGLEY, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at King's, Easter, 1654; 
B.A. 1656-7, as 'Boggley.' 

BAGGLEY, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at Trinity, May 5, 1644. 
Matric. 1644; B.A. 1647-8; M.A. 1651. Probably R. of 
Hazelbeach, Northants., 1660. 

BAGLEY, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at Clare, July 6, 1713. B. at 
Desborough, NorthanU. Matric. 1713-4; B.A. 1716-7. 

BAGULEY, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 
1608; B.A. 1611-2; M.A. 1615. R. of Carlby, Lines., 1635. 

BAGLEY, WILLI AM. B.Can.L. 1501-2. Vicar of Rickling, Essex, 
in 1495; till 1540. R. of Quendon, 1503-23. Died 1540. 

BAGLEY, WILLIAM. B.A. 1508-9; M.A. 1512. 

BAGLEY, WILLIAM. Adm. at Kino's, a scholar from Eton, 
Sept 13, 1530, age 16. Of Warws. B.A. 1531-3. FeUow, 
1530- 



Bagott, John 

BAGLEY, WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 25, i6o6, age 17. Of Denham, Bucks. Matric. 1606; 
B.A. 1610-1; M.A. 1614. Fellow, 1609-13. R. of Threxton, 
Norfolk. R. of Thelveton, 1612-31. R. of Shelfanger, 1627. 

BAGLEY, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from King's, Michs. 1638; 
B.A. 1641-2; M.A. 1645; B.D. 1660. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Sept. 35, 1642, age 33. C. of Thelveton, Norfolk. Priest, 
Dec. 18, 1642. Taxor, 1650, 1651, 1655. Chaplain of King's. 
R. of Little Wilbraham, Cambs., 1664. 

BAGULEY, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Petsrhousb, 
Dec. 7, 1685. Of Lines. School, Oundle, Northants. Matric. 
1685; Scholar, 1688; B.A. 1689-90; M.A. 1693. (Of Kersley, 
Lanes. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1692; according to J. Foster's 
Gray's Inn.) 

BAGULEY, . Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, June 21, 

1666. S. of William, of Wombwell, Yorks. B. there. School, 
Chichester. 

BAGNALL or BAGNOLD, CHARLES. Adm. sizar (age 18) at 
Christ's, June 14, 1660. S. of William. B. at Onecote, near 
Leek, Stafis. School, Macclesfield. Matric. 1660; B.A. 1663. 
Ord. priest (Lichfield) July 25, 1663. V, of Brewood, near 
Peakridge, 1663-1664. One of these names V. of Erith, 
Kent, 1673-93. (Peile, i. 592). 

BAGNALL, GIBBONS. M.A. from King's, 1760. S. of Gibbons, 
of London, Barrister-at-Law. Elected to Trinity College 
from Westminster, 1738; but went to Balliol College, Oxford, 
and graduated B.A. there. V. of Holme Lacy, Hereford. 
Headmaster of Hereford Grammar School. Preb. of Here- 
ford, 1760. V. of Sellack, 1783. R. of Upton Bishop, 1790 
Died Dec. 31, 1800. (D.N.B.; Al. Westmon., 319.) 

BAGNALL, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Jesus, June 37, 1733. S. 
of Henry (1723-4), clerk, of Kent, R. of Falconhuxst. 
Matric. 1724; B.A. 1726-7; M.A. 1732. Lttt. dim. (Cant.) 
for deacon's orders, 1738; priest (Ely) May 34, 1730. R. of 
Shadoxhurst, Kent, 1734-61. R. of Frittenden, 1737. Died 
Mar. 38, 1761, aged 61. 

BAGNALL, HENRY. M.A. from Jesus, 1723-4. S. of WUUam, 
of Badlesmere, Kent, clerk. Matric. (All Souls', Oxford) 
Dec. 1, 1691, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1695. R. of Falconhurst, 
Kent, 1704-26. V. of Lympne, 1723-48. R. of Frittenden, 
1726-37. Died Nov. 23, 1748, aged 75. Buried at Lympne. 
M.I. Father of Henry (1723) above. (Al. Oxon.) 

BAGNALL, JAMES. LL.D. 1683 (Com. Reg.). 

BAGNALL, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 1606; 
B.A. {? 1609-10) ; M.A. 1613. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 23, 
1610; priest, Sept. 8, 1611. Curate of Hemingby, Lines., 
1611. V. of Dorrington, 1614. 

BAGNALL, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Apr. 10, 1679. S. of 
John, of Middlesex, Esq. Matric. 1679-80; B.A. 1682-3; 
M. A. 1686. Fellow, 1687-1713. V. of All Saints', Cambridge, 
1694. V. of Comberton, Cambs., 1702. R. of Harlton, 
1707-13. Proctor, 171 1. Died of consumption, Aug. 17, 
1713; buried in the College Chapel. Will proved (V.CC). 
(A. Gray.) 

BAGNOLD or BAGNOR, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Nov. 12, 1687. Of Derbyshire. Matric. 1687; B.A. 1691-3; 
M.A. 1695. Ord. priest (Lincoln) Sept. 30, 1696. R. of 
Creeton, Lines., 1696. 

BAGNALL, SAMUEL. Adm. Scholar at Trinity Hall, Jan. 5, 
1730-1. Of London. Matric. Dec. 1730. 

BAGNALL, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Queens', Easter, 1649. 

Of Leicestershire. Matric. 1650; B.A. 1653-3; M.A. 1656. 

R. of Lexland, Kent, 1662-1713. R. of Badlesmere, till 1713. 

Died 1713. 
BAGNALL, . Adm. Fell. -Com. at Trinity Hall, Feb. 30, 

1745-6. Resident till 1748. 
BAGOT, ALEXANDER. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Apr. 1707; 

B.A. 1710-1. C. of Stalmine St James, near Fleetwood, in 

1725. V. of Gressingham, Lanes., 1725-58. Died there Feb. 

5. 1758, aged 75. (Peile, 11. 166.) 
BAGOT, ANTHONY. S. of Richard, of Blithfield, SUffs (below). 

B. Nov. 20, 1558. At Trinity College with Robert 

Devereux, Earl of Essex, c. 1580; implicated in his plot, 

but pardoned. Matric. at Mcrton College, Oxford, Dec. 

20, 1577, age 19. (Cooper, 11. 342; Al.Oxon.) 
BAGOT, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Lent, 1593-4- Of 

Salop. Matric. c. 1594; B.A. 1596-7- 
BAGOT, GEOFFREY. Scholar or fellow of King's Hall, 

1535-43- 
BAGOT, HENRY. M.A. 1478-9; M.D. 1485-6- Henry B««ot, 

M.D. ; of St Mary in the Marsh, Norwich; will proved (P.C.C.) 

1525- 
BAGOTT, JOHN. Adm. tisar at Emmanubl, June s, 1665. Of 

Salop. Matric 1668. 

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BAGHOTT, KINARD. M.A. from Corpus Christi, 1738. S. of 
William, of Prestbury, Gloucs., gent. Matric (Oriel, Oxford) 
Apr. 9, 1728, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1731. R. of Dumbleton, 
Gloucs., 1734-5- R- of Kingstanley, 1735-79. V. of Prest- 
bury, 1756-79- Buried there, Jan. 18, 1779, (Al. Oxon.; 
F. S. Hockaday.) 

BAGOT, RICHARD. S. of Thomas, of BUthfield, Staffs. 'Edu- 
cated at Cambridge' (Cooper, 11. 221). Succeeded his father, 
1541. Sheriff of Staffs., 1568, 1576. Steward of the Queen's 
manors in County Stafford. Diwi Feb. 2, 1596-7. Buried at 
Blithfield. M.I. there. 

BAGOT, SIMON. B.A 1534-5 ; M.A. 1542. Of Gonville Hall; 
probably a fellow. Proctor, 1545. Ord. subdeacon (Norwich) 
Sept. 22, 1537. R. of N. Cove and Willingham, Suffolk, 1537- 
42. R. of Fordham, Essex, 1544-58. Died 1558. (Kenn, 1.31.) 

BAGOT, WALTER. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1454. 

BAGOT, WALTER. Of Trinity. Died 1549. His inventory is 
summarized in Camb. Ant. Soc. Proceedings, lxiii. 186. 

BAGSETT, GEORGE. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 27, 1579. Matric. 1579; B.A. 1583-4; M.A. 1587. 
Fellow, 1582-98. Lived at Homchurch, Essex. 

BAGSHAW, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct, 9, 
1725. S. of Charles, of Longsea, Derbyshire. Matric. 1725; 
B.A. 1728-9. Matric. at Christ Church, Oxford, Feb. 19, 
1724-5, age 17. Of Ridge, Derbyshire, Esq. Died s.p. 
Jan. 30, 1739. (F.M.G. 1. 252; G. Mag.) 

BAGSHAW, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. pens, from St John's, 
Michs. 1566. Of Derbyshire. (S. of George, ace. to Vis. of 
Skrops., 1623.) Migr. to Oxford; B.A. 1572; M.A. 1575. 
D.D. (Paris). Fellow of Balliol College, 1572. Preb. of Lich- 
field, 1578. Principal of Gloucester Hall, Oxford, 1579^1. 
Converted to Romanism. Imprisoned in the Tower, 1587; 
in Wisbech Castle, 1593. Diedc. 1625. (Al. Oxon.; D.N.B.) 

BAGSHAW, EDMUND. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 
1585. Perhaps s. of John, of Stevenage, Herts, and father 
of the next. (Vis. of Beds. 1634.) 

BAGSHAW, EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Sidney, Mar. 29, 
1620. S. of Edmund. B. at Stevenage, Herts. School, 

?rivate. Matric. 1620; B.A. 1623-4. Adm. at the Middle 
emple, Feb. 4, 1624-5 ; s. and h. of Edm. of Berkhampstead, 
Herts. 

BAGSHAW, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 30, 1652. 
S. of Edmund. B. in Bedfordshire, Apr. 29, 1636. Matric 
1652; Scholar, 1655; B.A. 1655-6; M.A. 1659; LL.B. 1664. 
Fellow, 1658. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Apr. 17; priest, Apr. 
18, 1662. R. of Clophill, Beds. Died Sept. 23, 1664. M.I. at 
Watford, Herts. (Le Neve, Mon. iv. 104.) 

BAGSHAWE, EDWARD. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 22, 155 1, aged 16. Of Farvall (? Farewell), Staffs. 
Matric. 1551; B.A. 1555-6. Fellow, 1554-58. Probably V. of 
Mountnessing, Essex, 1558-62. 

BAGSHAWE, EDWARD. M.A. 1654 (Incorp. from Oxford). 
S. of Edward, of Broughton, Northants. Matric. at Oxford, 
Feb. I, 1646-7, age 17; B.A. 1649; M.A. 1651. Student at 
Gray's Inn, 1652. A master at Westminster School, 1656. 
Ordained 1659. V. of Ambrosden, Oxon., 1659-61 (ejected). 
Chaplain to Earl of Anglesey. Afterwards suffered imprison- 
ment. Died Dec. 28, 1671. (D.N.B. ; Al. Oxon.) 

BAGSHAWE, HENRY. M.A. 1659 (Incorp. from Oxford). S. of 
Edward, of Morton, Northants. B. at Broughton, Northants., 
1632. Adm. at Christ Church, 1651; scholar from West- 
minster. B.A. 1655; M.A. 1657; B.D. 1668; D.D. 1671. 
Chaplain to Sir R. Fanshaw, Ambassador to Spam and 
Portugal. Preb. of York, 1667; of Southwell, 1668. R. of 
Carlton-in-Lindrick, Notts., 1670; of St Botolph's, Bishops- 
gate, 1670-7; of Houghton-le-Spring, Durham, 1678-1709. 
Canon of Durham, 1680. Died Dec. 30, 1709. Brother of 
Edward (above). (D.N.B.; Al. Oxon.) 

BAGSHAW, JOHN. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Feb. 20; priest 
Feb. 21, 1618-9: 'of Emmanuel College, literate.' 

BAGSHAW, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Sept. 9 
1687. S. of Thomas, gent. B. at Bakewell, Derbs. School, 
Bakewell. S. of William, of Hucklow, Derbs., according to 
Burke, L.G. Adm. at Grav's Inn, June 24, 1687. Barrister 
1695. Died unmarried, before his father. Barrister. (F M g' 
I. 252.) 

BAGSHAW, RICHARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 19) at St John's 
June 29, 1724. S. of Richard, of Goosehill HaU, Castleton 
Derbs., Esq. B. at Castleton. School, Chesterfield. Of 
Wormhill Hall. Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber 
1760-76. Died without issue, Feb. 19, 1776. (F.M.G i 248- 
Burke, L.G.) ' 

BAGSHAWE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 23 1722 
Of Derbyshire. Matric. 1722. Probably s. of Charles of 
Longsea, Derbyshire, and brother of Benjamin (1725) Of 
Hathersage, Derbyshire, Esq. Died s.p. (F.M.G. i, 252 ) 



Bainbridge, Edward 

BAGSHAW or BAGSHALL, THURSTON. Matric sizar from 
Queens', Michs. 1581. Of Notts. B.A. 1584-5; M.A. 1589. 

BAGSHAW or BAGSHALL, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from 
Corpus Christi, Easter, 1646. S. of William, of Hucklow, 
Derbyshire. B. at Litton, TidesweU, Jan. 17, 1627-8. Ord. 
(Presbyterian) Jan. i, 1650-1, at Chesterfield. Preached at 
Attercliffe, Yorks. Minister at Glossop, 1651-62; ejected. 
Afterwards preached in Derbyshire. Retired to Ford, near 
Glossop. Died Apr. i, 1702. Buried at Chapel-en-le-Frith. 
Known as 'the Apostle of the Peak.' Religious author. 
(D.N.B.; Calamy, 1. 317; F.M.G. i. 245; Burke, L.G.) 

BAGSHAWE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, 
May 17, 1692. S. of Henry. B. at Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derby- 
shire. School, Mansfield. Matric. 1692; Scholar, 1693; B.A. 
1695-6. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) June,i698 ; priest (Worcester) 
May 25, 1700. V. of Glossop, Derbyshire. 1703. (PeiU, 11. 
124.) 

BAGSHAW, WILUAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at St John's, 
July I, 1731. S. of Richard, Esq., of JDerbyshire. B. at 
Castleton. School, Chesterfield. Of Cotes Hall, J.P. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Feb. 29, 1731-2; 2nd s. of Richard, of 
Castleton, Derbs., Esq. Barrister, 1740. Bencher, 1775. 
Died 178s. Brother of Richard (1724)- (Scott-Mayor, iii. 
437; Burke, L.G.) 

BAGSHAW, . B.A. 1524-5. 

BAGGESHOTT, JOHN DE. First Warden of the 'King's Scholars,' 
1317. Arrived in Cambridge, with his charges, Jtily 6, 1317. 
(Trinity College Adm. i. 137.) 

BAGULEY see BAGLEY. 

BAGWITH, LUKE. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 15, 1668. Of 
Whitby, Yorks. Probably 4th s. of Luke, of Whitby, whose 
will was proved (P.C.C.) 1654. Matric. 1668; B.A. 1671-2; 
M.A. 1675. Fellow, 1677. R. of Whitby^ 1677-88. Buried 
Dec. 15, 1688. 

BAILEY, see BAYLEY. 

BAINBRIDGE, see also BEMBRIDGE. 

BAINBRIDGE or BAMBRIDGE, CHARLES. Matric. pens, 
from Christ's, Easter, 1627; B.A. 1629-30; M.A. 1633. One 
of these names V. of Dovercourt with Harwich, 1639-43 
(sequestered) ; one, R. of Wycliffe, Yorks., 1643. (Peile, 1. 377.) 

BAINBRIDGE, CHRISTOPHER. Incorp. at Cambridge, 1503-4. 
Of Hilton, Appleby. Provost of Queen's, Oxford, where he 
was educated. Preb. of Salisbury, 1485. Preb. of Lincoln, 
1496. LL.D. of Bologna. Treasurer of St Paul's, 1497. 
Preb. of York, 1503. Dean of York, 1503. Master of the 
RoUs, 1504. Dean of Windsor, 1505. Bishop of Durham, 
1507. Archbishop of York, 1508. Ambassador to Rome, 
1509. Created Cardinal, 1511. Poisoned at Rome, July 14, 
1514. Buried in the English Hospital there. (Cooper, i. 15; 
D.N.B.) 

BAINBRIDGE or BAMBRIDGE, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. pens, 
from Trinity, Nov. 1566; B.A. 1570-1; M.A. 1574; B.D. 
1581. Fellow of Christ's, 1574-84. C. of Fen Ditton, Cambs., 
1580. Probably R. of Little Hormead, Herts., 1583-1604, 
when he died. (PeiU, i. 98.) 

BAINBRIDGE, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, (age 16) at 
Christ's, June 16, 1632. S. of Edward. B. at Long Marton, 
Westmorland. School, Kirkby Lonsdale. Matric. 1632; 
B.A. 1635-6; M..\. 1639; B.D. 1661 (Lit. Reg.). Fellow, 
1637-44 (ejected); and 1660-9. Ord. deacon (St David's) 
May, 1638. V. of Caldecote, Cambs., 1661. R. of Clipston, 
Northants., 1667-99. Died there Feb. 25, 1698-g. Author. 
(Peile, I. 420.) 

BAINBRIG, CHRISTOPHER Adm. sizar (age 22) at Christ's, 
Feb. 16, 1724-5. B- at Bigging, Westmorland. School, 
Kirkby Stephen. Matric. 1724-5; Scholar, 1725; LL.B. 
1730. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 1727; priest. May, 1730. 
C. of Holywell with Needingworth, St Ives, Hunts. V. of 
Warmington, Northants., 1735. 

BAINBRIDGE or BAMBRIGG, CUTHBERT. Matric. pens, 
from St John's, Nov. 1578. Migr. to Christ's. B.A. 1581-2; 
M.A. 1585; B.D. 1592. Fellow 1583-1620; Ord. priest 
(Peterb.) Sept. 7, 1583. Proctor, 1590; Lady Margaret 
Preacher, 1601 and 1607-10. Buried at Gt St Andrew's, 
Cambridge, July 3, 1620. (Peile, i. 149; Cooper, in. 14.) 

BANBRIDGE, DANIEL. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 23, 1610; 

priest, July 27, 1611, as 'B.A. of Emmanuel College.' 

Perhaps R. of Wickersley, Yorks., 1610-29. 
BAINBRIDGE, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, 

June 1, 1639. S. of Edward. B. at Kirkby Lonsdale. School, 

Kirkby. Matric. 1639; B.A. 1642-3; M.A. 1647. 
BAINBRIDGE or BAMBRIDGE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at 

Christ's, Oct. 6, 1642. S. of Thomas, Master of the College. 

B. at Cambridge. School, Bishop's Stortford. Matric. 1642; 

B.A. 1646-7; M.A. 1650. Donor to the chapel, 1702. (Peile,i. 

482.) 



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Bainbridge, Edward 

BAINBRIDGE, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age i7) at St John's, 
May I, 1717. S. of Henry, husbandman, of Westmorland. 
B. at BarboD, near Kirkby Lonsdale. School, Sedbergb. 
Matric. 1717; B^. 1720-1. Ord. deacon (York) Sept. 23, 
1722; priest (Durham) Aug. 23, 1724- V. of Hampsthwaite, 
Yorks., 1738-71. C. of St Helen's, Auckland, Durham, 1768- 
71. Married, at St Mary-le-Bow, Durham, Oct. 9, 1725, 
Mary Coulson, of Esh. Died Jime, 1780. (Scott-Mayor, iii. 
310; H. M. Wood.) 

BAYNBRICKE, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 
1557- 

BAINBRIDGE, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, 
.\pr. 6, 1638. S. of Francis, merchant. B. at Newcastle. 
Bapt. at A\l Saints', Sept. 9, 1619. School, Newcastle. 
Matric. 1638; B.A. 1641. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1640. One 
of these names V. of Troutbeck, Westmorland, 1630-6. 
{PHU, I. 432; H. M. Wood.) 

BAINBRIDGE or BAMBRIDGE, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at 
St Catharine's, June 16, 1699. S. of Francis, of Holbeck 
Woodhouse, Notts. Matric. 1699; B.A. 1702-3; M.A. 1703 
(Com. Reg.). Ord. deacon (York) Jan. 2, 1706-7; priest, 
May 30, 1708. V. of E. Stoke, Notts., 1718-51. V. of Cod- 
dington Syerston. Buried at Stoke, Jan. 30, 1730-1. 

BAINBRIDGE, GEOFFREY. B.A. 1523-4. Of Westmorland. 
Fellow of St Catharine's, c. 1525. V. of Steeple Bumpstead, 
Essex, 1334-82. Died 1582. 

BAMBRIG, GILES. Adm. sizar at Queens', Mar. 6, 1394-5. 
Of Yorks. 

BAINBRIDGE, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 23) at St John's, 
May 22, 1723. S. of Henry, husbandman, of Yorks. B. at 
Lang-hill-House near Skipton. 

BAINBRIDGE, JOHN. B.A. 1323-4; M.A. 1527. Of Christ's 
or Peterhouse. John Bambridge, D.D. was R. of Milton, 
Beds., 1537. 

BAMBRIDGE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Lent, Mar. 
1599-1600. S.of Robert, of Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Scholar;B.A. 
1603-4; M.A. 1607; Lie. Med. 1610; M.D. 1614. Incorp. at 
Oxford, 1620. Linacre reader, 1631. Savilian Professor of As- 
tronomy,i62i-43. Died Nov. 3,1643; buried in Merton College 
Chapel. M.I. Astronomical author. (Af«n*, i. 173; D.AT.B.) 

BAINBRIDGE, NICHOLAS. B.A. 1532-3- 

BAINBRIDGE, NICHOLAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, 
Apr. 7, 1669. S. of Cuthbert, of Durham. School, Holt. 
Matric. pens. 1671; M.B. 1674; M.D. i68i. 

BAINBRIGGE, REGINALD. B. at Middleton, Westmorland. 
B.A. 1507-8; M.A. 1310; B.D. 1325-6. Fellow of St Cath- 
arine's. Proctor, 1516-7. Of King's Hall, 1324-9. R. of 
Downham, Essex, 1525, and of Stamboume, 1526. Master 
of St Catharine's, 1529. Perhaps V. of Bnghtlingsea, Essex, 
1330-33. V. of Steeple Bumpstead, 1533; of Gt Oakley, 
1538. Preb.ofWells,i337. Died 1355. Will (P.C.C). {Cooper, 
I. 124; D.N.B.) 

BAINBRICG or BAMBRICK, REGINALD. Matric. sizar from 
Peterhouse, Easter, 1373; B.A. 1376-7. Headmaster of 
Appleby Grammar School, 1381; V. of Steeple Bumpstead, 
Essex, 1382-1606. Author, antiquarian. Died 1606. 
(Cooper, II. 439; D.N.B.) For a contemporary s« A I. Oxon. 

BAMBRIDGE, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at Clare, May 5, 1633. 
S. of Richard, of Cambridge. Matric. 1633; B.A. 1639-40; 
M.A. 1643. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 22; priest, Sept. 23, 
1644. C. of Wilburton and Haddenham, Cambs., 1648. Died 
1670, aged 36. (Genealogist, in. 236.) 

BAINBRIGGE, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Christ's, 
June 5, 1635. S.of Thomas. B. at Kirkby Lonsdale. School, 
Kirkby Lonsdale. Matric. 1633; B.A. 1638; M.A. 1667. 

BAINBRIGG, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 3, 1663. 
S. of Richard (1633). Matric. 1663; B.A. 1667-8; M..A. 1671. 
College Chaplain, 1671. Ord. priest (Ely) June 18, 1671. 
V. of Littlebury, Essex, 1672-3. V. of Witchford, I. of Ely, 
1673. Father of the next, and of Thomas (1705). 

BANBRIGG, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Jesus, May 10, 1707. 
S. of Richard, clerk, deceased, of Isle of Ely (V. of Witch- 
ford). Matric. 1707; B.A. 1710-1; M.A. 1714. Ord. deacon 
(London) Mar. 22, 1712-3; priest, June 12, 1713. R. of 
Bramfield, Herts., 1718-40. R. of Elstree, 1719-40. Died 
1740. 

BAYNBRIGGE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St Jobn's, 
Easter, 1574. 

BAINBRIDGE or BAMBRIGE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from 
Christ's, June, 1578; B.A. 1581-2; M.A. 1385. C. ofShimp- 
ling, Noriolk, 1386. One of these names Dean of Battle, 
Sussex, 1614-1629; also V. of Icklesbam, Sussex, 1618. 
(PeiU, I. 146.) 

BAINBRIDGE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, 1393. 
Of Westmorland. Probably of Kirkby Lonsdale. B.A. 
1)9^7: M.A. 1600; D.D. 1616. Fellow, 1399. Master of 



Bairstow, Paul 

Christ's, 1622-46. Received the King when he was Vice- 
Chancellor in 1627-8. Incorp. at Oxford, 1603. Died in 
College, 1646. Buried Sept. 9. Donor to Christ's College. 
Will proved (V.C.C.) 1646. Father of Edward (1642). (D.N.B.; 
Peile, I. 207.) 

BAINBRIGG, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 1633. 

BAINBRIGGE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 7, 
1649-30. Of Cambs. Matric. 1630; B.A. 1653-4; M.A. i66i 
(Lit. Keg.). Adm. at Gray's Inn, Sept. 1649; s. and h. of 
Thomas, of Cambridge. Barrister, 1660. 

BAINBRIDGE, THOBIAS. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Mar. a6, 
1651. S.of Richard. B. in Cambridge, June 26, 1636. Matric. 
1651; Scholar, 1651; B.A. 1654-5; M.A. 1658; D.D. 1684 
(Lit. Reg.). Fellow, 1656. Signs for deacon's and priest's 
orders (London) Mar. 5, 1663-4. Incorp. M.A. at Oxford, 
1669. Proctor, 1678-9. Vice-Slaster of Trinity, 1700. V. of 
Harrington, Cambs., 1664. V. of Chesterton, 1679-87. R. of 
Orwell, 1700-3. Died Aug. 16, 1703, aged 68. Buried in 
Trinity College Chapel. M.I. there. Will proved (V.C.C.) 
1703. Brother of Richard (1635). (D.N.B.) 

BAINBRIDGE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, 
June 10, 1657. S. of William, of Lockington, Leics. B. there. 
School, Repton. Matric. 1657. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
June 16, 1659. Died unmarried. (Peile, i. 579; Nichols, iii. 
882.) 

BAINBRIDGE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Christ's, 
Apr. 2, 1661. S. of Cuthbert. B. in Co. Durham. School, 
Kirkby Lonsdale. Matric. 1661-2; B.A. 1664-5; M.A. 1670. 
Subscribed for orders (London) May 19, 1665, as C. of Mepal, 
Isle of Ely. Probably Master of Holt School, Norfolk, 1667- 
92. R. of Plumstead, Norfolk, and of Matlask, 1675. R. of 
Kelling St Mary and Salthouse St Nicholais. Died 1714. 

BAINBRIGG or BAMBRIGG, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 15) 
at Trinity, Aug. 25, 1679. S. of Thomas. B. in London. 
School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. 1681; Scholar, 1683; 
B.A. 1683-4; M.A. 1687. Fellow of Trinity Hall, 1691-8. 
Will proved (V.C.C.) 1698. 

BAINBRIDGE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, July 12, 1703. 
S. of Richard (1663), of Witchford, Cambs. B. there. Matric. 
1706. Migrated to Trinity, Sept. 24, 1706, age 18. Scholar, 
1708; B.A. 1709-10; M.A. 1713; M.D. 1717 (Com. Reg.). 
F.R.C.P. Apr. 8, 1723. Censor, 1728. Died Dec. 26, 1729, 
aged 42. (Munk, 11. 83.) 

BANBRIKE, W. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Lent, 1563-4. 

BANBRICK, WILLIAM. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1365. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) Dec. 1568, age 23. 

BAMBRIDGE, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 
1621. S.of John, of Lockington, Sheriff of Leics., 1630. Parlia- 
mentary Commissioner. Died Nov. 22, 1669, aged 63. 
Father of Thomas (1657). (Peile, i. 339.) 

BAMBRIDGE or BAMBURGH, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from 
Clare, Easter, 1623; B.A. fromSt John's, 1626-7; M.A. 1630. 

BAINBRIDGE, . Scholar of Christ's, 1543-4. 

BAINEFORTH, JAMES. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Nov. 
155S (probably a mistake for Hainsworth, who was a scholar 
of Christ's, 1558-9). (Peile, i. 67.) 

BAINERD, see also BAYNARD. 

BAINERD, EDMUND. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Micjis. 1360. 

BAINES, see BAYNES. 

BAINING, PAUL. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Trinity, Easter, 
1604. Of Lit. Bentley, Essex. S. and h. of Paul, alderman 
and Sheriff of London. Bapt. Apr. 28, 1588. B.A. 1606-7. 
Created Bart. 1611. Knighted, 1614. SheriSof Essex, 1617-8. 
Created Viscount Bayning of Sudbury, 1628. Died July 29, 
1629. (G.E.C.; Vis. of Essex.) 

SAINTON, JEROME. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 10, 161 1, 
age 15. S. of Jerome, citizen of London. B. there. School, 
Huntingdon. Matric. 1611. 

BAYNTON, THOMAS. B.Can.L. 1531-2. Of Kino's Hall. 
Fellow; resident, 1530-6. WiU (V.C.C.) 1536. 

BAINTON, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Easter, 
1652. 

BAYNTON, W. Matric. pens, from Clare, Lent, 1584-3. 

BAIRD, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June r, 
1741. S. of William, of Edinburgh. School, Westminster. 
Matric. 1741; Scholar, 17+2; B.A. 1744-5; M.A. 1748. 
Fellow, 1747. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 12, 1739; 
s. and h. of William, of Auchmedden, Esq. 

BAIRFOOT, see BARFOOT. 

BAIRSTOW, PAUL. Adm. sizar (age 23) at Maodalkne, 
Mar. 30, 1669. S. of Michael. B.A. 1672-3; M.A. 1679- Ord. 
priest (London) Feb. 24, 1688-0. Head Master of Rochester 
Grammar School, 1679-1716. V. of Grayne, Kent, 1688-1716. 
Schoolmaster at Sowcrby, Halifax. Died 1716. Buried at 
Trottersclifle, Feb. 231 »7i6. (H. G. Harrison.) 



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BAIST, ABRAHAM. Adm. sizar at Caius, July 5, 1609, age 17. 
Of Thetford, Norfolk. S. of Abraham. School, Thetford. 
Matric. 1609; B.A. 1613-4; M.A. 1617. Ord. priest (Norwich) 
June 4, 1615. V. of E. Tuddenham, Norfolk, 1617-77. R- of 
Cawston and Little Brandon, 1631-77. Died Aug. 8, 1677. 
Buried at East Tuddenham. M.I. (Venn, i. 203.) 

BAIST, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Caius, Jan. 25, 1641-2, age 17. 
S. of Abraham (above), V. of E. Tuddenham, Norfolk. School, 
Norwich. Matric. 1642 ; Scholar, 1644-6; B.A. 1645-6. Ord. 
priest (by Jos. Hall) Nov. 30, 1649; C. of E. Tuddenham; 
Vicar, 1677-94. WiU (Norwich) 1694. (Venn, 1. 346.) 

BAIST, WILLIAM. Adm.sizaratCAius, July 2, I597,agei7. Of 
Thetford. S. of Abraham. School, Thetford. Matric. c. 1597. 

BAKER, ABRAHAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
July 10, 1685. Of Cambs. School, North Walsham, Norfolk. 
Matric. 1686; Scholar, 1686; B.A. 1689-90; M.A. 1693. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Sept. 1693; priest, June, 1699. R. of 
Kirby Kane, Norfolk, 1700. R. of Chatgrave (? Ched- 
grave), Norfolk, resigning 1718. R. of Ditchingham, 1718. 
Died 1733. (r. A. Walker, 178.) 

BAKER, ALEXANDER. Matric. pens, from Trinity, 1598. 
The Jesuit missionary. B. in Norfolk, c. 1582. Entered the 
Society c. 1610. Twice visited India as a missionary. 
Resided afterwards in London. Died Aug. 24, 1638. {D.N.B.) 

BAKER, ANTHONY. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Magdalene, June 
30. I735- S. of John. B. at Stixwould, Lines. School, Rish- 
worth, Yorks. Matric. 1735; B.A. 1738-9. Ord. deacon 
(Lincohi) Sept. 23, 1739; priest, May 29, i743- 
BAKER, BERESFORD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Mar. 31, 1707. S. of Beresford, of London. School, St Paul's. 
Matric 1707; Scholar, 1708; B.A. 1710-1; M.A. 1714- 
Fellow, 1713. Ord. deacon (London) June 15, 171 2; priest, 
Mar. 13, 1719-20. R. of Brumstead, Norfolk, 1727-9. V. 
of Inkberrow, Worcs., 1729-47. 
BAKER, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Oct. 16, 
1716. S. of Robert, of Sutton, Somerset. School, Wells, 
Somerset. Scholar, 1718; B.A. 1720-1. R. of Ibberton, 
Dorset, 1723. C. of Woolland, 1727-52. Died Mar. 25, 1752. 
(Hutckins, iv. 361.) 
BAKER, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall, 

Michs. 1559; Scholar, 1560-4. 
BAKER, CORNELIUS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1607; B.A. 1610-1. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Dec. 22, 1611; 
priest, Mar. 8, 1611-2. V. of Hillingholme, Lines., 1613. 
R. of E. Barkwith, 1626. 
BAKER, DANIEL. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, Mar. 11, 1670-1. 
S.of john,of Godmanchester,Htmts. B. there. School, Lynn. 
Matric. 1671; Scholar, 1671-6; B.A. 1674-5; M.A. 1678. 
C. of St Margaret, Lynn, 1677. Ord. priest (Norwich) Feb. 
1681. C. of Tihiey, Norfolk, 1680-1. V. of St Martin and R. 
of St Michael, Fincham, 1682-1723. Died Feb. 1722-3. 
Author. {Venn, i. 443.) 
BAKER, DANIEL. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, Mar. 23, 
i68a-i. Matric. 1681. S. and h. of Daniel, of St Andrew's, 
Holbom, Esq. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Feb. 1681. Of 
Penn, Bucks., Esq. High Sheriff of Bucks., 1711. Died 1727. 
(Collins, Baronetage, ix. 239.) 
BAKER, DANIEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, 
Mar. 8, 1706-7. ist s. of Daniel, above, of Penn, Bucks. 
School, Eton. Matric. 1707; B.A. 1711-2. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, July, 1707. Died Sept. 22, 1727. 
BAKER, DAVID. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1490. 
B.A. 1493. Fellow till 1502. Ord. subdeacon (Ely) Mar. 31, 
1498. 
BAKER, EDMUND. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Easter, 
1610; B.A. 1612-3; M.A. 1616. R. of Thrandeston, Suffolk, 
1614-5. R. of Brisingham, Norfolk, 1618-67. Died 1667. 

BAKER, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Queens', Feb. 21, 1645-6. 

.S. of Edmund. Of Middlesex. B.A. 1646-7, as Edward. 

Matric. at Magdalen Hall, Oxford, Nov. 27, 1640, age 16. 

Perhaps Fellow of New College, 1650; ejected, 1660. M.A. 

(Oxford) 1659. {Al. Oxon.) 
BAKER, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1569. 

BAKER, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1571. S. of Peter, citizen of London. B.A. 1575-6; M.A. 
from Caius, 1579. Perhaps ord. deacon and priest (Chester) 
Apr. 1580. Probably incorp. at Oxford, July 13, 1591. 

BAKER, EDWARD. Matric sizar from Clare, Easter, 1580. 
B. at Wymondley, Herts. B.A. 1583-4; M.A. 1587. Ord. 
deacon (London) Feb. 24, 1585-6, age 22. V. of Nazing, 
Essex, 1589-92. C. of Waltham Cross, 1592. 

BAKER, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1586, 
as Edmund; B.A. 1590-1; M.A. 1594. Incorp. at Oxford, 
1595. One of these names (M.A.) R. of Helmdon, North- 
ants., 1605-23. Buried there 1623-4. {Baker, i. 631.) 



Baker, John 

BAKER, EDWARD. Matric. peas, from Peterhouse, Easter, 

1610. 
BAKER, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1617, 
scholar from Westminster; B.A. 1620-1; M.A. 1624. Incorp- 
at Oxford, 1628. R. of Loughton, Bucks., 1625-52. Buried 
there, Feb. 25, 1651-2. {Lipscomb, iv. 239.) 
BAKER, FERDINANDO. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
July 4, 1721. S. of Francis, gent., of Durham. B. at Whick- 
ham, Durham, July 28, 1703. School, Morpeth. Matric. 
1721; B..\. 1725-6. Succeeded to Crook Hall. Died Feb. 22, 
1783. Brother of George (1720). {Scott-Mayor, in. 343.) 
BAKER, FRANCIS. Scholar of Magdalene, 1613. One of these 
names created D.C.L. at Oxford, Feb. 21, 1642-3. {Al. Oxon.) 
BAKER, FRANCIS. Adm. FelL-Com. (age 17) at Magdalene, 
Sept. 18, 1698. S. of Francis, Esq. B. in Lines. School, 
Lines, (private). Matric. 1698. 
BAKER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Easter, 1628. 
Matric. 1628. Perhaps B.A. at Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 
Apr. 26, 1632; M.A. from St Alban Hall, 1635. R. of Sedles- 
combe, Sussex, 1641. {Al. Oxon.) 
BAKER, GEORGE. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Feb. 13, 1632-3. 
Of Suffolk. Matric. 1633; B.A. 1636-7; M.A. 1640. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Sept. 22, 1639; priest, Sept. 25, 1642. R. of 
Burgh St Andrew, Suffolk, 1646. 
BAKER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 1638, age 14. 
S. of Sir George, Knt., of Crook Hall, Durham. School, 
Newcastle. Of Crook Hall, Esq. Died Oct. 14, 1677. Father 
of the next. (Burke, L.G.) 
BAKER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, June 13, 
1674. S. of George, Esq. (above), of Crook Hall, Lanchester, 
Durham. B. there. School, Durham. Matric. 1674. Of Crook, 
Durham. Died Aug. 11, 1699. Benefactor to St John's. 
(Burke, L.G.) 
BAKER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Nov. 16, 1699. 

Of Sussex. Matric. 1701; B.A. 1704-5. 
BAKER, GEORGE. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1705. 
S. of Aaron, M.A. of Oxford. B. at W. Alvington, Devon. 
Matric. 1706; B.A. 1709-10; M.A. 1713. Fellow, 1709. 
Schoolmaster at Modbury, Devon. V. of Modbury. V. of 
Staverton, 1730; and E. Allington. Preb. of Exeter, 1725-72. 
Archdeacon of Totnes, 1740-72. Died Jan. 16, 1772. 
BAKER, GEORGE. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at St John's, 
June 14, 1706. S. of George, deceased. B. at Htmton near 
Maidstone, Kent. School, Eton. Matric. 1707. 
BAKER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, June 21, 
1720. S. of Francis, gent., of Durham. B. at Whickham, 
Durham. Bapt. Mar. 26, 1702. School, Morpeth. Matric. 
1720; LL.B. 1725. Died s.p. Buried at Lanchester, Durham, 
Mar. 6, 1778. Nephew of Thomas, the antiquary. {Scott- 
Mayor, III. 334; Burke, L.G.) 
BAKER, GEORGE. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at St John's, 
June 27, 1740. S. of George, Esq., of Crook, Durham. 
B. there. Bapt. Jan. 12, 1722-3. School, Eton. Of Elemore 
Hall, Durham. Died May 15, 1774. His father was a nephew 
of Thomas, the antiquary. {ScoU-Mayor,iii. 507; Burke, L.G.) 
BAKER, GEORGE. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 1741. 
B. at Modbury, Devon. S. of George (1705). Matric. 1742; 
B.A.1745-6;M.A. 1749; M.D. 1756. FeUow, 1745. F.R.C.P. 
1757. Harveian orator, 1761. President, 1785-96. F.R.S. 
1762. F.S.A. Practised first at Stamford, Lines., and after 
1761 in London. Created baronet, 1776. Author of medical 
works. Died J»me 15, 1809. {D.N.B.;Munk,u.2i3;G.E.C.) 
BAKER, GREGORY. Matric. pens, from Queens', Lent, 1653-4 
(as 'George'). Of Essex. S. of John, of Bishop's Stortford. 
Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 25, 1655; of Stortford, Herts. 
BAKER, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Lent, 

1626-7; B.A. 1630-1; M.A. 1634. 
BAKER, HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, May 19, 
1638. Matric. 1639; B.A. 1641. Perhaps s. of Sir Henry, 
late of Sissinghurst, Kent, Knt. ; adm. at Gray's Inn, Aug. 
14, 1640. (Baker pedigree in Kent Vis. 1619.) 
BAKER, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Queens', Micbs. 1647. 

Of Essex. 
BAKER, HENRY. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 1713; 

B.A. 1718-9. 
BAKER, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, Apr. 17, 
17X1. Of Bucks. 4th s. of Daniel (1681). School, Eton. 
Matric. 1712; Scholar, 1712; B.A. 1714-5; M.A. 1718; M.D. 
1728 {Com. Reg.). Fellow, 1716-33. V. of Stamfordham, 
Northumberland. Died 1768. 
BAKER, JASPER. Matric pens, from Jesus, c. 1594; B.A. 
1597-8- S. and h. of Jasper, of Gt Burstead, Essex, gent; 
adm. at the Middle Temple, Aug. 1, 1598. 
BAKER, JOHN. B.A. 1458-9. 
BAKER, JOHN. B.Can.L. 1513-3. 



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baker, john. b.a. 1516-7. 

BAKER, JOHN. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, Aug. 14, 
1545. age i8. Of Ilfracombe, Devon. Matric. 1545; B.A. 
»549-5o; M.A. 1553. FeUow, 1548-54. Died Nov. 14, 1554. 
Will proved in College by his brother Philip (1569). (Cooper, 
I. 116.) 

BAKER, JOHN. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Magdalene, Easter, 
1568. One of these names, s, and h. of John, of Preston, 
Radnor, gent., adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. 26, 1571-2. 

BAKER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 1571; B.A. 
1574-5; M.A. 1578. One of these names admitted to Holy 
Ordere (Gloucs.) c. 1571-3. Second master of Shrewsbury 
School. Died Nov. 27, 1607. (F. S. Hockaday; G. W. Fisher, 
Shreu'sbury.) 

BAKER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Nov. 1575; B.A. 
1579-80; M.A. 1583. Incorp. at Oxford, 1589. One of 
these names, M.A., K. of Chattisham, Suffolk, in 1603. 

BAKER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Easter, 1578. 
BAKER, JOHN. Matric pens, from St John's, Easter, 1579. 
Perhaps of Salop, adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Dec. 30, 1580. 

BAKER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1587. 

Of Essex. Migrated to Corpus Chris ti. B.A. 1590-1; M.A. 

1594. R. of Bartlow, Cambs., i599-i639- Buried Nov. 4, 

1639. 
BAKER, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1588. 

Perhaps Scholar of Trinity Hall, 1589. One of these names, 

of Bury, Suffolk, adm. at Gray's Inn, 1594. 

BAKER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Emmanuel, Easter, 1603 ; 

Scholar; B.A. 1607-8. 
BAKER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Easter, 1604. 

BAKER, JOHN. Matric pens, from Sx John's, Easter, 1611; 

B.A. X614-5; M.A. 1618. 
BAKER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 1616. Of 

Suffolk. B.A. 1619-20; M.A. 1623. 

BAKER, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1620. Of 
Norwich. B.A. 1623-4; M.A. 1627. Perhaps Ord. priest 
(Norwich) Sept. 1628. R. of Walsham St Laurence, Nor- 
folk, 1631. One of these names (M.A.) C. of Sible Heding- 
ham, Essex, 1632. (PeiU, i. 335.) 

BAKER, Sir JOHN, Bart Adm. Fell-Com. at Jesus, June 11, 

1624. S. of Sir Henry, of Sissinghurst, Kent, Bart. Matric. 

1624, age 16. Succeeded as Bart., 1623. Sherifi for Kent, 

1633-4. M.P. for Hastings, 1640. Died Jan. 15, 1653. {Kent 

Vis. 1619; G.E.C. I. 72; Hasted, iii. 49.) 
BAKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 1626. Of 

Cambs. Matric. Easter, 1629; B.A. 1629-30; M.A. 1633. 

One of these names R. of Bartlow, Cambs., 1643. V. of 

Weasenham, Norfolk, 1646. 
BAKER, JOHN. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1632. Of Cambs. 

(? The above, readmitted.) 
BAKER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, Easter, 

1637. Of Kent. B.A. 1640-1. One of these names V. of 

Kemsing, Kent, in 1644. 
BAKER, JOHN. Adm. i>ens. at Emmanuel, June 2X, 1648. 

B. 1631. Of Worcs. Matric. 1648-9; B.A. 1651-2; M.A. 

1655. One of these names, of Stourbridge, Worcs., adm. at 

the Inner Temple, 1650; s. and h. of George. Died Dec. 6, 

1678. M.I. at Old Swinford, Worcs. Brother of Joseph, 

1644. {Nash, II. 213.) 
BAKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, July 2, 

1652. Of Warwick. School, Coventry. B.A. 1655. One of 

these names, U.A., R. of Merrow, Surrey, 1673-7. 

BAKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, July 10, 1669. 

S. of James, alderman, of London. B. there. School, Bamet. 

Matric. 1670. 
BAKER, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Sidney, May 5, 1685. 

S. of Christopher, yeoman. B. at Culmstock, Devon. 

Schools, Culmstock and Tiverton. Matric 1685; B.A. 1688-9. 

BAKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, May 28, 1695. 
S. of John. B. at Burley, Rutland. School, Westminster. 
Matric. 1696; Scholar, i^6; B.A. 1698-9; FeUow, 1701; 
M.A. 1702; B.D. 1709; D.D. 1717 {Com. Reg.); Vice-Master, 
1722. R. of Beachampton, Bucks., 1714-31. V. of Gt St 
Mary's, Cambridge, 1725. R. of Dickleburgh, Norfolk, 17^1. 
Th« jMrsistent supporter of Dr Bentley, in his disputes with 
the College. Died in College, heavily m debt, Oct. 30, 1745. 
Buried in AH Saints' Church. {Al. Weslmon. 229; D.N.B.) 

BAKER. JOHN. Adm. pens, at QuKSNt', July 6, 1698. Of 
London. Matric. 1698; B.A. 1701-3; M.A. 1703. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) May 30, 1708; priest, Sept. 25, 1709. 

BAKER, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Jksui, Feb. 13, 1702-3. Of 
Derbyshire. Matrle. 1704. 



Baker, JIicharo 

Baker, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Sx John's, June 24, 

1706. S. of William, butler of the College. B. at Cambridge. 

School, Stafford. Matric 1706; B.A. 1709-10; M.A. 1713. 

Incorp. at O.xford, 1721. Ord. deacon (Ely) June 15, 171a; 

C. of Lolworth, Cambs. ; priest, Feb. 21, 1713-4 (LiU. Dim. 

from Lincoln). Headmaster of Pocklington School, 1717-39, 

V. of Hayton and Beilby, Yorks. Died Jan. 18, 1739. M.I. 

at Pocklington. Brother of William (1714). 
BAKER, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse, June 9, 

1708. Of Cambs. School, SUfford. Matric. 1709; B.A. 

1711-2. Ord. deacon (Ely) May 31, 1713; priest (London) 

Dec. 19, 1714. Buried at Little St Mary's, Cambridge, 

Sept. 21, 1716. 
BAKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, July 4, 

1719. OfSomerset. School, Taunton. Matric. 1719; Scholar, 

1719; LL.B. 1725. 

BAKER, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Queens', Dec. 27, 1738. Of 

Essex. Matric. 1739; B.A. 1742-3. Ord. deacon (Lmcoln) 

Sept. 25, 1743. One of these names R. of Thrussington, Leics., 

1761-78. 
BAKER, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 28, 1644. 

S. of John, of Prestwood, Staffs. Previously at St Catharine's. 

B. in Worcs. Matric. 1647; B.A. 1647-8; M.A. 1651. 

Ejected from St Andrew's, Worcester, 1662. Died Mar. 

25, 1668, aged 44. M.I. at Old Swinford, Worcs. (Calamy, 11. 

548.) 
BAKER, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 5, 1698. Of 

Middlesex. Matric. 1699; B.A. 1702-3. 

BAKER, LEONARD. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Nov. 1551; 
B.A. 1553-4; LL.B. 1557. Probably adm. at Gray's Inn, 
1556. Of Clifton, Beds., Esq. Buried there Jime 30, 1604. 

BAKER, MICHAEL. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 
1614; B.A. 1618-9; M.A. 1622. Incorp. at Oxford, 1622. 
Perhaps ord. deacon (Peterb.) June xt, 1620, and C. of 
Felmersham, Beds., i6?o. One of these names R. of Clopton, 
Suffolk, 1631. {Al. OxoH.) 

BAKER, MICHAEL. Matric. pens, from Sx John's, Easter, 
1616; B.A. 1619-20; M.A. 1623. 

BAKER, MICHAEL. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, 
Easter, 1618. B. in Norwich. B.A. 1620-1; M.A. 1624. 
Ord. deacon (London) Sept. 18, 1624. 

BAKER, NICHOLAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1628; B.A. 1631-2; M.A. 1635. Doubtless the New England 
emigrant. B. about 1610. Emigrated 1635. Deputy for 
Hingham in the General Court. Afterwards at Hull, and 
Scituate, Mass. Minister at Scituate from 1660 till his death, 
Aug. 22, 1678. (J. G. Bartlett.) 

BAKER, OLIVER. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 18, 1612. 
Matric. 1612. Probably s. of Leonard, late of Clifton, B^s., 
Esq. ; adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 1, 1613. 

BAKER, PETER. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 5, 1690. 
Of Sussex. 3rd s. of John, of Mayfield Place. Matric. 1691; 
B.A. 1694-5; M.A. 1698. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 22, 
1695; priest, June 29, 1696. V. of Mayfield, Sussex, 1696- 
1730. Buried Jan 26, 1729-30. 

BAKER, PHILIP. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, Aug. 6, 
1540. B. at Barnstaple, c. 1524. B.A. 1544-5; M.A. 1548; 
B.D. 1554; DD. 1562. Fellow, 1543-56. Provost, 1558-70. 
Proctor, 1549-50. Vice-Chancellor, 1561-2. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) May 21, 1553. R. of Ringwood, Hante., 1554. 
R. of St Andrew Wardrobe, London, 1559-62. Preb. of 
Hereford, 1560. R. of Elsworth, Cambs., 1559-70. Attacked 
for his popish opinions, and a Commission of enquiry ap- 
pointed. On this fled to Louvain, and was deprived of the 
provostship and other preferments, 1570. Probably brother 
of John (1545). {Cooper, 11. 322; D.N.B.) 

BAKER, PHILIP. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, Aug. 24, 
1569, age 17. Of Ilfracombe. Matric. 1569. Chorister of 
King's College, 1564. Died in College, 1570-1. 

BAKER, PHILIP. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Sidney, Mar. 23, 
1635-6. S. of Philip, yeoman. B. at Gt Munden, Herts. 
School, Gt Munden. Matric. 1636; B.A. 1639-40; M.A. 
1643. R. of Grateley, Hants. R. of Laverstoke, 1670. 
Father of the next. 
BAKER, PHILIP. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Sidney, May 1, 1667. 
ist s. of Philip, clerk (formerly of Sidney). B. at Clatford, 
Hants. School, Private. Matric. 1667; B.A. 1670-1; M.A. 
1674. Signs for deacon's orders (London) June 1 ; for priest s, 
Sept. 21, 1672. C. to his father at Grateley, HanU. Perhaps 
R. of Swanage, Dorset, 1690-1714. Buried Apr. 26, 1714. 
{HuUhins, i. 680.) 
BAKER. RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Sx EDUUiiD't HottlL, 

Michs. 1544. 
BAKER, RICHARD. Scholar of Trinity, 1362. One of these 
names, age 28, C. of Hanton, Cambs.; ord. deacon (Ely) 
Apr. 1368. 



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BAKER, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Jesus, 1573. S. of 
Richard. B. at Dereham Grange, Norfolk. School, Elmdon, 
Essex. Migr. to Caius, Aug. 18, 1573, age 19. 
BAKER, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, c. 
1596. B. at Foxton, Cambs. B.A. 1599-1600J M.A. 1603. 
Ord. deacon (London) May 26, 1605, age 26; pnest, Dec. 22, 
1605. C. of Hythe, Kent. 
BAKER, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, May 11, 
1670. S. of Andrew, attorney at law, of London. B. in 
London. Schools, Blockley, Worcs., and Todenham, Gloucs. 
Matric. 1670; Scholar, 1670-7; B.A 1673-4; M.A. 1677- 
Ord. priest (London) Dec. 24, 1676. V. of Gray's-Thmrock, 
Essex, 1682. (Venn, 1. 441.) 
BAKER, ROBERT. M.A., Fellow of Corpus Christi, 1445- 

Proctor, 1451-2. 
BAKER, ROBERT. B.A. 1493- 
BAKER, ROBERT. B.A. (Oxford) 1507-8; after two years at 

Cambridge and two at Oxford. 
BAKER, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from King's, Michs. 1555- 
One of these names ord. priest (Ely) July 7, 1560; V. of 
Sawston, Cambs. 
BAKER, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1561; 

B.A. 1565-6; M.A. 1569; M.D. 1577. FeUow, 1566. 
BAKER, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Lent, 1563-4- 
BAKER, ROBERT. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1600. Of Essex. 

B.A. 1603-4; M.A. 1607. 
BAKER, ROBERT. Adm. at Trinity, a scholar from West- 
minster, 1603. B.A. 1607-8; M.A. 1611. Probably ord. 
deacon (Chichester) Dec. 24, 1620; priest, Sept. 23, 1621. 
V. of Rottingdean, Sussex, 1627; and again, 1662. 
BAKER, ROBERT. B.A. from Christ's, 1603-4; M.A. 1607. 
P>rob. ord. deacon (Ixjndon) either May, 1604, or Aug. 1605. 
One of these names, V. of Chrishall, Essex, 1605-9. Another 
V. of Kemsing, Kent, 1607. (Peile, i. 234.) 
BAKER, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Michs. 1615. 
Migrated to Corpus, Oxford, July, 1619, where he was 
allowwl to count eight terms kept at Cambridge. B.A.(Oxford) 
1619. (Pfile, I. 306; Al. Oxon.) 
BAKER, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from King's, Easter, 1626. 
BAKER, ROBERT. Matric. Fell.-Com. from St Catharine's, 
Lent, 1634-5. Of Sussex. Probably of Mayfield, Sussex; 
s. and h. of John : adm. at the Inner Temple, 1636. Barrister, 
1645. 
BAKER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 22, 1652. 
Of Suffolk. Probably s. and h. of Anthony, of Wrentham, 
Suffolk, deceased. Bapt. there, Feb. 16, 1637-8. Adm. at 
Gray's Inn, Nov. 27, 1655. Died Feb. 8, 1658. (J. Foster, 
Gray's Inn.) 
BAKER, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, Easter, 

1672; B.A. 1675-6. Of Hunts. 
BAKER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Oct. 18, 
1731. S. of John, of London. School, Westminster. Matric. 
1731 ; Scholar, 1732. One of these names adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Apr. 20, 1730. 
BAKER, SAMUEL. Matric. pens, from Christ's, July, 1612 ; B.A. 
i6i5-6;M.A. 1619; B.D. 1627; D.D. 1639. Incoip. at Oxford, 
1623. Ord. deacon and priest (Norwich) Nov. 14, 1618. R. of 
St Margaret Pattens, London, 1626-37; of St Christopher-le- 
Stocks, 1636-40. Chaplain to Dr Juxon, Bishop of London. 
Preb. of St Paul's, 1636. R. of St Mary-at-Hill, 1637. Canon 
of Windsor, 1638. Canon of Canterbury, 1639. R. of South 
Weald, Essex, 1640-3. Sequestered and imprisoned, 1645. 
Assisted in Walton's Polyglot. Died 1660. {PeiU, 1. 286; 
D.N.B.) 
BAKER, SAMUEL. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1660. Of Norfolk. 

(Masters.) 
BAKER, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, 
Mardi 1, 1707-8. Of Middlesex. 2nd s. of Daniel, of Penn, 
Bucks. (1680). School, Eton. Scholar, 1708; Matric. 1709; 
B.A. 1711-2; M.A. 1715; D.D. 1731. Fellow, 1715-24. Ord. 
priest (London) Mar. 4, 1721-2. R. of Settrington, Yorks., 
1722. Canon, 1735-41, and Chancellor of York, 1741-9. 
R. of Donnington, 1722. Died Nov. 9, 1749. (Collins, Peer- 
age, IX. 239.) For a contemporary namesake, also D.D., see 
Al. Oxon., where be seems confused with the Cambridge 
man. 
BAKER, SAMUEL. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1727. Matric. 
Michs. 1727; B.A. 1730-1. R. of Kirby Cane, Norfolk, 
1733-87. Probably s. of Abraham (1685). 
BAKER, STEPHEN. B.A. 1466-7. 
BAKER, STEPHEN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1569; 

B.A. 1572-3. 
BAKER, THOMAS. Adm. at Caius, Feb. 13, 1562-3. S. of 
Thomas, gent. Of E. Walton, Norfolk. School, Swaffham. 
Matric. 1563. Probably a popish recusant. (Venn, 1. 50.) 



Baker, Thomas 

BAKER, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1569. 

BAKER, THOMAS. Matric. from Jesus, Easter, 1573. S. of 
Richard. B. at Dereham Grange, Norfolk. School, Elmdon, 
Essex. Migrated to Caius, Aug. 18, I573f age 19. One of 
these names V. of Domey, Bucks., 1596-1632. Died 1632. 

BAKER, THOMAS. ' M.A. Cambridge.' when incorp. at Oxford, 
1602. (Al. Oxon.; perhaps a mistake for 'Barker.') 

BAKER, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from King's, Michs. 1609. 
B. in Exeter. B.A. from Clare, 1613-4; M.A. 1617. Ord. 
deacon (London) May 31, 1618, age 23. C. of Hadstock, 
Essex. Probably R. of St Mary-Major, Exeter, 1622. R. of 
Whitstone, Devon, 1625. Ejected from both. Died before 
the Restoration. 

BAKER, THOMAS. B.A. from Clare, 1614-5 ('Barker' in 
grace). Perhaps matric. at Magdalen HaU, Oxford, June 16, 
1610, age 17. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1613, as of Mayfield, 
Sussex. (Al. Oxon.) 

BAKER, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, Easter, 
1624. Of Kent. B.A. 1627; M.A. 1631. 

BAKER, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Feb. 7, 1630-1. 
Of Leics. School, Market Bosworth. Matric. 1631; B.A. 
1634-5; M.A. 1638. Fellow, 1635. 

BAKER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 10, 1638. 
Matric. 1638; B.A. 1641-2. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Feb. 26, 
1642-3. One of these names Master of Saffron Walden 
School in 1651. 

BAKER, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 15) at St John's, June 23, 
1647. S. of Thomas, cordwainer, of Allhallows, London. 
B. there. School, Lynn. Matric. 1647; B.A. 1650-1; M.A. 
1654. Fellow, 1651. Incorp. at Oxford, 1654. Perhaps R. 
of Streatham, Surrey, 1675-88. Buried there June 22, 1688. 

BAKER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, June 13, 
1674. S. of George, Esq., of Crook Hall, Lanchester, Durham. 
B. there Sept. 14, 1656. School, Durham. Matric. 1674; 
Scholar; B.A. 1677-8; M.A. 1681; B.D. 1688. FeUow, 1680- 
1717; deprived as a non-juror. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 20, 
1685. R. of Long Newton, Durham, 1687-90. The well- 
known antiquary. The bulk of his mss. are at the British 
Museum; others in the University Library. His Ms. 'History 
of St John's' was edited by Prof. J. E. B. Mayor, 1869. 
Resided in College all his life. Died July 2, 1740; buried in 
the College Chapel. (D.N.B. ; Burke, L.G.) 

BAKER, THOMAS. Incorp. M.A. 1679, from All Souls', Oxford. 
S. of Andrew, of Grafton, Worcs. Matric. (Magdalen Hall, 
Oxford) July 8, 1670, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1674; M.A. 
1678. R. of Harrietsham, Kent, 1686-1702. Died 1702. 
(A I. Oxon.) 

BAKER, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, July 3, 
1677. Of London. S. of Richard. School, St Paul's. Matric. 
1677; Scholar, 1681; B.A. 1681-2; M.A. 1696. Ord. deacon 
(London) Mar. 16, 1684-5; priest, Sept. 20, 1691. One of 
these names master of Chichester Grammar School, 1701-30, 
and R. of W. Stoke, Sussex, 1701. 
BAKER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Mar. 8, 1708-9 as 
'S. of John, R. of Quinton, Gloucs.' S. of John, of Ledbury, 
Heref. Matric. at Brasenose College, Oxford, Mar. 18, 1696-7, 
age 17; B.A. (Christ Church), 1700; M.A. (Cambridge), 1709. 
R. of Bolnhurst, Beds., 1711. V. of Ravensden, 1716-31. 
(Al. Oxon.) 
BAKER, THOMAS. Incorp. M.A. 1714, from Christ Church, 
Oxford. Matric. there, Apr. 6, 1704, age 15. S. of William, 
of Lichfield, clerk. B.A. (Oxford) 1708; M.A. 1711. R. of 
Nailstone, Leics., 1735-45. Minor Canon of Westminster. 
Gentleman of the Chapel Royal,i7i5. Died May 10, 1745, aged 
59. Father of Thomas of 1734. (Al.Oxon.; Nichols, iv. 809.) 
BAKER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 29, 1723. 
S. of George, of Cranbrook, Kent. School, Cran brook. 
Matric. 1723; Scholar, 1724. Buried at St Michael's, Cam- 
bridge, May I J, 1725. 
BAKER, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Magdalene, July 4, 
1727. S. of Daniel, furrier. B. at Beccles, Suffolk. School, 
Beccles. Matric. 1727; B.A. 1730-1; M.A. 1734. Fellow, 1732. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Feb. 18, 1732-3. 
BAKER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age i8)at St John's, June 20, 
1734. S. of Thomas, clerk (Minor Canon of Westminster). 
B. in the parish of St James, Westminster. School, West- 
minster. Matric. 1735; B.A. 1738-9; M.A. 1742. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) Feb. 22, 1740-1; priest (London) May 24, 
1741. Minor Canon of Westminster. Preacher at Queen's 
Square Chapel. Died May 24, 1779. Buried in Westminster 
Abbey. (Scott-Mayor, in. 456; Westm. Abbey Reg.) 
BAKER, THOMAS. Adm. pens (age 19) at St John's, May 12, 
1736. S. of Edward, maltster, of Kent. B. at Wingham. 
School, Canterbury. Matric. 1736; B.A. 1739-40. Ord. 
deacon (Bangor) Sept. 21, 1740; priest (Canterbury) Mar. 14, 
1741-2. R. of Frinstead, Kent, 1748-79. V. of Detling 
1764-79. Died 1779. (Scott-Mayor, iii. 473.) 



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Baker, Thomas 

BAKER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Pembroke, Oct. 26, 
1743. S. of John, of Barlestone, Leics. Matric 1744; B.A. 
1747-8- Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 5, 1748; priest, June 10, 
1750. Died Jan. 7, 1778, aged 53. M.I. at Barlestone. 
{Nichols, IV. 517.) 

BAKER, WALTER. Scholar at King's Haix, 1362. 

BAKER, WALTER. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Lent, 1578-9. 
B. at Peterborough, c. 1562. B.A. 1582-3; M.A. 1586. Ord. 
priest(Bristol) June 15, 1590. Licenswl preacher. R. of Wood- 
stone, Hunts., 1590-6. R. of Boultham, Lines., 1602-3. 
V. of Over, Camte., 1628-30. Buried there, Aug. 27, 1630. 

BAKER, WILLIAM Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1571 ; 
Scholar, 1571; B.A. 1574-5; M.A. 1578. Ord. priest (Peterb.) 
Sept. 19, 1584. C. of Thurlby, Lines., 1585; Vicar, 1586- 
1632. 

BAKER, WILLIAM Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1620. 

BAKER, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Caius, Apr. 28, 1620, age 17. 
Of Lines. S. of William, minister. Probably s. of William 
(1571). School, Homcastle. Matric. 1620; B.A. 1623-4; 
M.A. 1627. Ord. priest (Peterb.) May 24, 1624. V. of 
Thurlby, Lines., 1632. 

BAKER, WILLIAM Matric sizar from Queens', Easter, 1625. 
Of Himts. B.A. 1629-30; M.A. 1633. Ord. deacon (Peterbv) 
Dec. 18, 1631. P.C. of Ramsey, Hunts., c. 1634-41. R. of 
Wistow, 1642-87 (ejected during the rebellion). Died 1687. 

BAKER, WILLIAM Adm. pens, at Caius, June 22, 1637, 

age 17. S. of William, of Tunstall, Suffolk. B. in London. 

School, Ipswich. Matric. 1637-8. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Aug. 

13, 1638. {Venn, i. 327.) 
BAKER, WILLIAM Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 

Easter, 1647. Of Suffolk. B.A. 1650; M.A. 1654. 

BAKER, WILLIAM Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, June 27, 
i66i. S. of WUliam, of Belton, Suffolk. B. there. School, 
Barsham. Matric. 1661; B.A. 1664-5; M.A. 1668. Preb. of 
Lichfield, 1690; V. of St Mary's, Lichfield, 1681-1732; R.of 
Thorpe-Constantine, Staffs., 1694-1708. Died Aug. 17, 1732. 
Father of William (1697). (SAatp, i. 335.) 

BAKER, WILLIAM Matric. sizar from Caius, Easter, 1669. 
(Not in College Adm. Reg.) 

BAKER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 22, 1678. 
Of Suffolk. B.A. 1681-2; M.A. 1685. Ord. priest (London) 
Oct. 4, 1690. R. of Layham, Suffolk, 1 690-1 728. Died 
1728. 

BAKER, WILLIAM Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, Oct. 25, 
1697. S. of William (1661), Canon of Licl&eld. B. there. 
School, Lichfield. Matric. 1697; B.A. 1701-2; M.A. 1705; 
B.D. 1712 ; D.D. 1722. Fellow, 1704-33. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
June 19, 1709; priest (Lincoln) June 4, 1710. R. of Lutton 
and Washingley, Northants., 1706. Died in CoUege May 19, 
1733. Will proved (V.C.C.) 1733. 

BAKER, WILLIAM Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, May 12, 
1714. S. of William, butler of the College. B. at Cambridge. 
School, King's, Cambridge. Matric. 1714; B.A. 1717-8; 
M.A. 1721. Ord. deacon (London) Oct. 9, 1720; priest 
Oslorwich) Sept. 1722. R. of Frenze, Norfolk, 1725-34. R. of 
Little Wacton, 1725. R. of Hedenham; R. of Garveston, 
1741-4- 

BAKER, WILLIAM Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall, Lent, 
1740; LL.B. 1743. One of these names adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Mar. 12, 1739. 

BAKER, WILLIAM Matric. from Corpus Christi, Michs. 1743. 

Of Yorks. S. of , clerk, deceased. Migrated to Jesus, 

Dec. 20, 1744. Rustat Scholar. B.A. from Corpus Christi, 
1746-7; M.A. 1750. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 1750; 
Miest (London) Sept. 22, 175 1. Usher of the Free School, 
Norwich. 

BAKER, . B.A. 1473-4; M.A. 1477. 

BAKER, . A friar. B.D. 15 16-7. 

BAKER, . Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Easter, 1644. 

BAKWELL or BLAKWELL, ROBERT. Scholar at King's Hall, 
IJ69. Promoted to a benefice, Sept. 17, 1383. Of Rochester 
diocese. Ord deacon (Ely) Mar. 6, 1384. R. of All Hallows, 
Bread St, London, 1384-95. (Hennesiy.) 

BALAAM, ANTHONY. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Emmanuel, 1640. 
S. of Robert, of Walsoken. Matric. Easter, 1641. Died 
between 1664-8. (Fr. Johnson.) 

BALAAM, CHARLES. Matric. FeU.-Com. from St John's, 
Easter, 1623. Probably s. and h. of Robert, of Elm, Cambs., 
Esq.; adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 23, 1622. Of Walsoken, 
Norfolk. Died Nov. 3, 1639. {BlomefieU. ix. 131.) 

BALAM, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1623; 
B.A. 1626-7; M.A. 1630; B.D. 1638. R. of Walsoken, Nor- 
folk. 1633. 



Baldock, Robert 

BALAM, ROBERT. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, Sept. 10, 
1650- Of Cambs. Probably of Beaufort HaU, Isle of Ely. 
Proposed ' Knight of the Royal Oak, i66o.* {Eng. BaromUtge, 

IV.) 

BALAM, WILLIAM Adm. pens, at Clare, July 5, 1637. 
Matric. 1637. Probably 5th s. of Robert, of the Isle of Ely, 
Esq.; adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May i, 1639. 

BALAM, WILLIAM Adm. pens, (age 14) at St John's, Feb. 26, 
1666-7. S. of William, gent. B. at Ely, Cambs. School, 
Cambridge. Matric. 1667-8; B.A. 1670-1; LL.D. 1682 
(Com. Reg.). Probably adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 20, 1672; 
s. and h. of William, of Wendling, Norfolk, Esq. 

BALBY, FRANCIS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Pembroke, June 24, 
1647. S. of Francis, farmer. B. at Tunstall, Lanes. 

BALCANQUALL, SAMUEL. M.A. (Edinburgh) 1611. Incorp. 
Oxford, 1618; and Cambridge, 1618. Fellow of Pembroke, 
1619. Taxor, 1630. Proctor, 1636-7. Ejected, 1650. 

BALCANQUAL, WALTER. Adm. at Pembroke, 1610. S. of 
Walter, minister of St Giles, Edinburgh. B. there c. 1586. 
M.A. (Edinburgh) 1609. Fellow of Pembroke, 1611-9. B.D. 
(Cambridge) 1616; D.D- 1621 (Lit. Reg.). Incorp. at Oxford, 
1618. Chaplain to the King. Master of the Savoy, 1617. 
Delegate to the Synod of Dort, 1618. V. of Harston, Cambs., 
1615; of Waterbeach, 1617. V. of Goudhurst, Kent, 1625. 
Of Adisham, Kent. Dean of Rochester, 1625. R of Kingston, 
Kent, 1632. V. of Boxley, 1640-4. Dean of Durham, 1639. 
Married, at Bishopsboume, Sept. 21, 1624, Elizabeth, dau. 
of Anthony Aucher, and widow of Sir Wm Haniilton. 
Sequestered during the Rebellion and retired to Oxford. 
Died at Chirk Castle, Denbighshire, Dec. 25, 1645. M.I. there. 
(D.N.B. — an astonishing article, omitting aU his parish prefer- 
ments and assigning him to Pembroke, Oxford.) 

BALDERSTON, CHRISTOPHER. Scholar at Christ's, 1547-8. 
V. of Bourn, Cambs., 1553. 

BALDERSTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 3, 1658- 
9. Of Thuming, Hunts. Matric. Michs. 1659; B.A. 1662-3; 
M.A. 1666; B.D. 1673; D.D. 1681. Fellow, 1665. Master, 
1680-1719. Vice-Chancellor, 1687-8, 1706-7. Incorp. at 
Oxford, 1673; as B.D. Canon of Peterborough, 1681. R. 
(sinecure) of Llanynys, Denbs., 1697. Died Aug. 1719. 
Buried in Peterborough Cathedral. (Hist. Reg.) 

BALDERSTON, RICHARD. Of Guisborough, Yorks. B.A. 
1487-8 (?); M.A. 1491; B.D. 1503-4. Fellow of St Catha- 
rine's. Proctor, 1501-2. Ord. priest (Lincoln) Mar. 2, 1492-3, 
UUe, St Edmund's Hostel. V. of Campsall, Yorks., 1505-7. 
R. of Coton, Cambs., 1505-7. Master of St Catharine's, 
1506-7. Died 1507. (Cooper, i. 12.) 

BALDERSTON, WILLIAM Matric. sizar from Trinity, 
Easter, 1571; B.A. 1575-6. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Mar. 4, 
1576-7; priest, Apr. 23, 1583. V. of Swineshed, Lines., 
1576-7 (presented by Trinity). 

BALDERSTON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Apr. 8, 
1670. Of Middlesex. Matric. 1670; B.A. 1673-4; M.A. 1677. 
V. of Northboume w. Shoulden, Kent, 1678-1702. Died 
1702. 

BALDOCK, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July a, 1667, 
afterwards Fell.-Com. S. and b. of Robert, of Tacolneston, 
Norfolk, Esq. Matric. 1667. Adm. at Gray's Inn, July 5, 
1669. Barrister, 1679. Ancient, 1688. 

BALDOCK, JEREMIAH. Matric. sizar from Pembroke, Lent, 
1582-3; B.A. 1586-7; M.A. 1590-1. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
Sept. 10, 1589; priest, Apr. 23, 1590. R. of Tuddenham 
St Mary, Suffolk, 1601-12. 

BALDOCKE, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Apr. 11, 1662. 
S. of Samuel, R. of Stanway, Essex. Matric. 1662; B.A. 
1665-6; M.A. 1669. V. of Littlebury, Essex, 1669-72. R.of 
Tacohieston, Norfolk, 1671-81. V. of Hockham, Norfolk, 
1679-81. R. of Redgrave with Botesdale, Suffolk, 1681- 
1709. R. of Hinderclay, 1681-1709. Died June 26, 1709, 
aged 63. Will (Norwich) 1709. M.I. at Redgrave. 

BALDOCK, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at Queens', Michs. 1370. 

Of Herts. B.A. 1574-5. One of these names V. of Brigstock, 

Northants., 1585-1604. 
BALDOCK, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Clare, c. 1591. 
BALDOCK, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Pembroke, Oct. 29, 

1640. S- of Samuel (below), R. of SUnway, Essex. B. there. 

Adm. at Gray's Inn, July 7, 1644- Barrister, 1651. Recorder 

of Yarmouth, 1671. Knighted, 1671. Serjeant, 1677. 

Counsel for the King against the Seven Bishops. JusUce, 

King's Bench, 1688-9. Died Oct. 4, 1691; buried at 

Hockham, Norfolk. (D.N.B.) 
BALDOCK, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 29, 1670. 

S. of Samuel, R. of Stanway, Essex. Matric. 4670. 



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Baldock, Samuel 

BALDOCK, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Easter, 1614. 
Matric. 1614; Scholar; B.A. 1617-8; M.A. 1621. R. of 
Stanway, Essex, 1630-68. V. of Gt Clacton. R. of 
Grinstead by Colchester till 1638. Chaplain to the Earl of 
Dorchester. Father of Robert (1640). 

BALDOCK, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Mar. 8, 
1613-4. 

BALDRY, JEREMIAH. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Apr. 27, 
1669. Of Suffolk. Matric. 1669; B.A. 1672-3; as 'Ballary.' 

BALDRY or BAWDREY, LEONARD, Matric. pens, from 
Trinity, Michs. 1570. One Leonard Bawtry, serjeant-at- 
law, of Boston, died 1626. 

BALDRY, THOMAS. B.A. 1507-8. Fellow of Peterhouse, 
1510. Admon. (V.C.C.) 1510; granted to his father, John. 

BALDWER, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 

July 24, 1681. S. of Peter, gent. B. at Gedney, Lines. 

School, Wisbech. Matric. 1682; LL.B. 1687. 
BALDWER, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Queens', 1629-30. Of 

Lines. Matric. 1631. 
BALDWER or BLADWER, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 15) at 

Peterhouse, Mar. 4, 1652-3. Of Lines. School, Wisbech. 

Matric. 1655; B.A. 1656-7. 
BALDWER, RICHARD. B.Can.L. 1523-4- 
BALDWER, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', 1629-30. 

Of Lines. S. and h. of James, of Sutton St Mary. Matric. 

Easter, 1631. Adm. at Gray's Inn, June 7, 1632. Of 

Long Sutton, Lines. Died in the Inner Temple. (J. Foster, 

Gray's Inn; Lines. Pedigrees.) 
BALDWER, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Peterhouse, 

March 18, 1662-3. Of Lines. School, Stamford. Matric 

1663; Scholar, 1663; B.A. 1666-7. Recommended by Royal 

Letter to a Fellowship in 1668. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 20, 

1668. {T.A. Weaker, 122.) 
BALDWER, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 15) at St John's, 

May 14, 1690, as 'Baldner.' S. of James, Esq. B. at Long 

Sutton, Lines. School, Wisbech. Matric. 1690; as 'Edward 

Baldwer.' 
BALDWER, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Easter, 

1636, age 18. S. of James, of Sutton St Mary, Lines. Brother 

of Richard (1629-30). {Lines. Pedigrees.) 
BALDWIN, BARTHOLOMEW. Matric. sizar from King's, 

Michs. 1642; B.A. 1645-6. 
BALDWIN, BARTHOLOMEW. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, 

1676. Matric. Michs. 1676. 
BALDWYN, BENONI. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Easter, 

1621. Of Lines. Scholar, 1623; B.A. 1624-5; M.A. 1628. 

Ord. priest (Peterb.) Dec. 20, 1629. 
BALDWYN, BLANEY. M.A. from King's. 1736. S. of Francis, 

of St Julian's, Shrewsbury, gent. Matric. (Christ Church, 

Oxford), July 2, 1723, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1727. R. of 

Sandbach, Cheshire, 1736-40. (Al. Oxon.) 
BALDWYN, CHARLES. LL.B. 1684 {Lit. Reg.). Probably s. 

of Samuel, of Stoke Castle, Salop. Matric. at Queen's 

College, Oxford, 1667. Of Elsich and Stoke Castle. Barrister 

of the Inner Temple. M.P. for Ludlow, 1681, 1689, 1695. 

Died Jan. 4, 1706. M.I. at Bockleton, Worcs. (Al. Oxon.) 

BALDWIN, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 1626. 
S. of James. B. at Worlington, Suffolk. School, Bury. 
Migrated to Caius, Jan. 16, 1627-8, age 18. Scholar of Caius, 
1628; B.A. 1629-30; M.A. 1633. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
May 28, 1638. Perhaps R. of Easthope, Salop, 1672. {Venn, 
I. 282.) 

BALDWYN, HAMMOND. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, 
Apr. 17, 1632. S. of Henry, V. of Bamby, Yorks. B. there. 
School, Pocklington. Matric 1632. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
May 20, 1638; priest, June 9, 1639. R. of Wood Rising, 
Norfolk, in 1640. 

BALDWYN, HENRY. Matric pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1575; B.A. 1578-9; M.A. 1582. Ord. deacon and priest 
(Peterb.) Apr. 21, 1583. One of these names V. of E. Rudbam, 
Norfolk, 1597-1612. R. of Gamlingay (med.) Cambs. 
1383. 

BALDWYN, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Caius, Apr. 21, 1585, age 
15. Of Mattishall, Norfolk. S. of Richard. Schools, Mattis- 
hall and Colchester. 

BALDWIN, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 27, 1730. 
Of Salop. S. of John, of Munslow, Salop, gent. School, 
Charterhouse. Matric. 1730. Migrated to Oxford. Matric. 
(Christ Church, Oxford) Dec 18, 1732, age 20; B.A. (Oxford) 
1734; M.A. (Cambridge) 1740. V. of Sandbach, Cheshire, 
1740-73. V. of Wybunbury, 1757-73. Died Apr. 6, 1773. 

BALDWIN or BAWDYN, HUMPHREY. Matric. sizar from 
Jesus, Michs. 1576. 

BALDWIN, JAMES. Matric sizar from Claks, Easter, 1618. 



Baldwin, Roger 

BALDWIN, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 26, 1652, age 17. 

S. of James, of Worlington, Suffolk. B. at WUton, Norfolk. 

School, Botesdale. Matric. 1652. Of Worlington, Esq. 

Died before Nov. 1676. {Venn, i. 385; Vis. of Suffolk, 1664.) 
BALDWIN, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, Mar. 22, 

1694-5. S. of James. B. at Eriswell, Suffolk. School, Bury 

St Edmunds. Matric. 1695; Scholar, 1697; B.A. 1698-9; M.A, 

1704. Ord. priest (Norwich) July, 1702. Incorp. at Oxford, 

July 9, 1706. R. of Icklingham St James, Suffolk, 1706-31. 

R. of Quiddenham, Norfolk, 1706-31. R. of Carlton Rode 

and Bunwell, 1731-49. Died Oct. 2, 1749. Father of the 

next. 
BALDWIN, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 20, 

1739. S. of James (above), R. of BunweU, Norfolk. School, 

Norwich. Matric. 1739; Scholar, 1740; B.A. 1742-3; M.A. 

1746. Ord. deacon (Norwich) May, 1744; priest, Sept. 1745. 

R. of Little Brandon, Norfolk, 1745-83. R. of Reepham, 

1756-7. R- of Lyng, Norfolk, 1757-84. 
BALDWIN, JOHN. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 1452. 

B.A. (? 1457) ; M.A. 1460. Dean of Chester-le-Street, Durham, 

1491-1501. 
BALDWIN, JOHN. Mus. Bac. 1470-1. 
BALDWIN, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 1569. 

Perhaps ord. priest (Lincoln) Sept. 20, 1577. V. of Crowle, 

Lines., 1581. 

BALDWIN, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 1577; 

B.A. 1580-1; M.A. 1584. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1581; 

priest, Nov. 3, 1585. V. of Yoxford, Suffolk, 1597. R. of 

Raynham St Mary, Norfolk, and Willingham. 'A preacher; 

schismatically affected' (in 1603). 
BALDWIN, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Easter, 

1610. Of Lines. B.A. from Corpus Christi, 1613-4. Ord. 

deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 24, 1615; as 'of Peterhouse.' 
BALDWIN, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Queens', Jan. 13, 

1614-5. Of Himts. Probably s. of Thomas, of Great 

Stoughton, Hunts.; adm. at Gray's Inn, Aug. 7, 1610. B. c. 

1600. {Vis. of Hunts., 161S.) 
BALDWIN, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Michs. 

1638; B.A. 1641; M.A. 1648. 
BALDWIN, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, 

Apr. II, 1730. Of Lanes. School, Wigan. Matric. 1730; 

Scholar, 1730; B.A. 1733-4; M.A. 1737. Fellow, 1735-7. 

Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Jime 1, 1735. P.C. of St Peter's, 

1735-76- R. of St Martin, Chester, 1739-93. V. of Stretford, 

Lanes., 1741-7. V. of Upholland, 1747. R. of N. Meols, 

1748-93. Preb. of Chester, 1741-4. Took the name of 

Rigbye in 1787. Died Oct. 29, 1793. 
BALDWINE, JOSEPH. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 

1617; B.A. 1620-1; M.A. 1624. 
BALDWYN, NICHOLAS. Matric sizar from St John's, Michs. 

1564; B.A. 1567-8; M.A. 1571. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 

June II, 1568; priest, Oct. 17, 1571. R. of Raynham, Nor- 
folk. V. of Houghton, 1578-81. R. of Syderstone, 1581. 

There in 1603. 
BAWLDWYN, RICHARD. Matric sizar from Sx John's, Easter, 

1565; B.A. 1567-8. 
BALDWIN, RICHARD. Matric sizar from Trinity, Michs. 

1589; B.A. 1593-4; M-A. 1597. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 

Sept. 29, 1597, age 26; priest (Peterb.) Apr. 13, 1600. V. of 

Binham, Norfolk, 1603. R. of Blofield, 1628. Buried there 

Mar. 1633-4. Will at Norwich. 
BALDWIN, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Peterhousk, 

July 2, 1649. School, Huntmgdon. Scholar, 1649; Matric. 

1650; B.A. 1652-3. 
BALDWIN, ROBERT. B.A. 1458-9. 
BALDWIN, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Queens', Lent, 

1638-^. S. of Humphrey, of Markfield, Leics. B.A. 1638-9. 

(Matnc at Lincoln College, Oxford, Jan. 22, 1635-6, age 16.) 

Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Dec. 18, 1641. 
BALDWIN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 29, 1645. 

Of Middlesex. 
BALDWIN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Clare, Jan. 12, 1697-8. 

Of Norwich. Matric 1698; migr. to Corpus Christi, 1699; 

B.A. 1701-2; M.A. 1705. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 1703. 

V. of E. Rudham, also V. of W. Rudham, Norfolk, 1704-7. 

R. of Somerleyton, 1707-29. R. of Ashby, Suffolk, 1707. 

R. of Blundeston, 1726-9. 

BALDWIN, ROGER. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
March 22, 1735-6. Of Lanes. School, Wigan. Matric 1736; 
Scholar, 1736; B.A. 1741-2; M.A. 1745. Fellow, 1743. F.R.S. 
1760. F.S.A. Practised as a physician, first at Cambridge 
and afterwards at Wigan. P.C. of Ellenbrook, Lanes., 
1746-7. R. of Aldingham, 1760-1801. Chaplain to the 
Ehike of Portland. Prebendary of Carlisle, 1764. V. of Eden- 
hall, Cumberland, 1774-1801. Died at Aldingham, Aug. 28, 
1801. {T. A. Walker, 273.) 



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BALDWYN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Caius, July 9, 159O1 age 
15. Of Mattishall, Norfolk. S. of Richard. School, Mattis- 
hall. Matric c. 1590; Scholar, 1590-7; B.A. 1593-4; M.A. 
1597. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 27, 1597- Probably R. 
of Mattishall Burgh, Norfolk, 1604. Will (Norwich) 1620. 
(Venn, i. 140.) 

BALDWYN, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, c. 1594; 
B.A. 1596-7; M.A. 1600. Ord. priest (Norwich) May 26, 
1605, age 30. One of these names V. of Ridmarley D'Abitot, 
Worcs., 1608. (But see Al. Oxon. for a contemporary.) 

BALDWIN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 4, 1624-5. 

S. of James. Of Suffolk. School, Bury. Matric. 1625; B.A. 

1628-9; M.A. 1632. Ord. priest (Norwich) 1639. Probably R. 

of Colton, Norfolk, 1638. R. of Yelverton, near Norwich, 

resigned before Dec. 1661. Died R. of Eriswell, Suffolk, 

1683. (PeUe, I. 364.) 
BALDWIN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 29, 1645. 

Of Middlesex. Matric. 1646; B.A. 1648-9; M.A. 1654. 

Ejected from Chaddesley Corbett, Worcs., 1662. Afterwards 

at Kidderminster. Died 1693. {Calamy, 11. 525.) 

BALDWIN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Queens', May 17, 1655. 
Of London. 

BALDWIN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, July 6, 
1664. S. of John. B. at Warwick. School, King's Norton. 
Matric. 1664. One of these names (of Chester diocese) took 
oath at Douay, 1671. {Peile, i. 612.) 

BALDWIN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Apr. 11, 1702. 
S. of John, alderman of Wigan, Lanes. Matric. 1702; 
Scholar, 1702; B.A. 1705-6; M.A. 1709. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
Feb. 29, 1707-8. Chaplain to Lord Cholmondeley. Curate, 
and afterwards R. of (med. of) Liverpool, 1721. V. of Ley- 
land, Lanes., 1748-53. Author: Sermon preached before the 
Assizes held to try the prisoners taken at Preston, 1715. 
Father of the next. (A. Gray.) 

BALDWIN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, 
Feb. 14, 1734-5. S.ofThomas(above), V.of Leyland. School, 
Clitheroe. Scholar, 1735; B.A. 1738-9; M.A. 1742. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Mar. 1738-9. R. of Steeple Bumpstead, 
Essex. V. of Leyland, Lanes., 1753-1802. V. of Samles- 
bury, 1763-4. V. of Tockholes, 1766-9. 

BALD WEN, W. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1563. 
One William Baldwyn, non-graduate, 'a sufficient scholar 
but no preacher' was R.of Hasfield, Gloucs., 1571-1613. Per- 
haps V. of Brandeston, Suffolk, 1567-71- (F. S. Hockaday.) 

BALDWIN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Nov. 6, 
1599. B.A. 1603-4; M.A. 1607; B.D. 1617. R. of Shadox- 
hurst, Kent, 1617-26. Died 1626. 

BALDWIN, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, 
Easter, 1653. Of Suffolk. B.A. 1656-7; M.A. 1660; Fellow, 
1659-63. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 10; priest, Mar. 13, 
1660-1. Buried at St Benet's, Cambridge, Apr. 22, 1663. 
Will proved (V.C.C). 

BALDWIN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 27, 1662. 
School, Westminster. Matric. 1662; Scholar, 1663; B.A. 
1665-6; Fellow, 1668; M.A. 1669. Signs for deacon's orders 
(London) Sept. 22, 1671; for priest's, Dec. 20, 1672. Prob- 
ably R. of All Cannings, WUts., 1678-81. R. of Rotherhithe, 
1681-1711. Died Mar. 1711. 

BALDWIN, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Trinity, July 8, 1668. 

BALDWIN, . M.A. 1519-20. S<;« BAUDWHEN, ROGER. 

BALE, CHARLES. Adm. Fell.-Com at Jesus, June 1, 1715. 
Of London. From Brasenose (? Chnst Church), Oxford. 
Matric. at Christ Church, Oct. 12, 1708, age 16. School, 
Charterhouse. Matric. r7i5; M.B. 1716; M.D. 1717 (Com. 
Reg.). F.R.S. 1719. F.C.P. 1719. Censor. Harveian orator, 

1729. Physician to the Charterhouse, 1723. Died Sept 15> 

1730. {Munk, II. 61.) 

BAYLE, JOHN. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1425-47. Chaplain of 
Uttle St Mary's, Cambridge, 1441-2. (T. A. Walker.) 

BALE, JOHN. B.D. 1328-9. S. of Henry, of Cove, Suffolk. 
B. Nov. 21, 1495. Educated at the Carmelite monastery at 
Norwich, ana afterwards at Jssus College. Embraced 
Reformation principles and caused scandal by his marriage. 
In 1540 he fled to Germany with his family. Returned in 
1547. V. of Thomdon, Suffolk. R. of Bishopstoke, Hants. 
v. of Swaffham, Noriolk, 135 1. Bishop of Ossory, 1352-3. 
Again a fugitive during the reign of Mary. Returned 1358, 
and was made Canon of Canterbury, 1360. Died there in 
1363. Author, in early life, of several plays. Known later 
as a learned and bitter protestant controvenial writer. 
(D.N.B.) 

BAYLE, JOHN. Scholar of Clark, 1303, age 11. 

BALE, JOHN. Licensed to practise medicine, 1368. 

BALE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 1622. 



Balguy, John 

BALE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, 1627. Matric. 1627; 
B.A. 1630-1; M.A. 1634; M.D. 1663 (Lit. Reg.); for many 
years practitioner in physic. 

BALE, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at Sidney, May 15, 
1634. S. of Sir John, Knt. B. at Carlton-Curlieu, Leics. 
Schools, Gt Glen and Stamford. Matric. 1634. Of Carlton- 
Curlieu. Royalist. Created Bart. 1643. Died c. 1654. (Burke, 
Ext. Bart.; G.E.C.) 

BALE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Easter, 1639. 

BAYLE, PAUL Ord. deacon (London) Aug. 18, 1577, described 

as 'aged 24; scholar of Magdalene College, Cambridge.' 

B. in St Martin Vintry, London. 

BALE, ROBERT. B. in Norfolk. A Carmelite friar. Studied at 
Cambridge and Oxford. Prior of the house at Bumham 
Norton, Norfolk. Died Nov. 11, 1503. Author. (Cooper, 1. 8; 
D.N.B.) 

BALE, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Pembroke, Apr. 25, 
1664. S. of John, M.D. B. at Canterbury. Matric. 1664-5; 
B.A. 1667-8; M.A. 1671. Fellow, 1671. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
Sept. 22, 1672. V. of St Andrew's, Cambridge, 1673. Buried 
at Little St Mary's, Cambridge, Aug. 19, 1674. 

BALE, SAMUEL Adm. pens, (age 15) at Peterhouse, June 9, 
1674. S. and h. of William. School, Melton Mowbray. 
Matric. 1675; Scholar, 1673; B.A. 1677-8. Of Humberston, 
Esq. Died s.p. May 20, 1687. (Burke, Ext. Bart. ; Nichols, iii. 
275-) 

BALE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Michs. 1642. 

BALE, VALENTINE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 6, 1613. 
Of Humberston, Leics. S. of George of Carlton-Curlieu, 
Leics. Matric. 1613. Adm. at Gray's Inn, from Staple Inn, 
Feb. 25, 1615-6. Of Humberston, Leics., Esq. Married 
Elizabeth, dau. of Toby Chippendale. (Nichols, 11. 539; 
J. Foster, Gray's Inn.) 

BALE, W. Scholar at King's Hall, 1454-61. 

BALE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, Apr. 18, 
1636. S. of Sir John, Knt., of Carlton-Curlieu, Leics. B. at 
Saddington, Leics. School, Melton. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, 1637. Of Humberston, Esq. Married and had issue. 
Brother of John (1634). (Burke, Ext. Bart.) 

BALEMAN, HENRY. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 

1623; B.A. 1626-7; M.A. 1630. 
BALES, CHRISTOPHER. Of Magdalene, when ord. priest 

(Ely) Mar. 23, 1566-7. R. of Nimnington, Yorks., 1576- 

1612. 
BAYLES, EMMANUEL B.A. from Trinity, 1604-5. 
BAYLES, GUY. B.A. 1541-2- 
BALES, ISAAC. Adm. sizar at Clare, June 24, 1643. 

BALES, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1377; 
B.A. 1580-1; M.A. from Caius, 1584. One of these names 
Master of York Grammar School, 1591-6. Died 1596. 

BALES, JOHN. Adm. Fell-Com. at Caius, June 22, 1636, age 
15. S. of John, of Hunston, Suffolk, gent. B. at Langham. 
Schools, Ashfield and Botesdale. Matric. 1636; B.A. 1638. 
Of Norton, Suffolk, gent. (Venn, i. 322.) 

BALES, PETER. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Sidney, May 21, 1628. 
S. of Robert, gent., of Norton, Suffolk. School Ashfield, 
Suffolk. B.A. 1631-2; M.A. 1635. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
June 1; priest, Sept. 21, 1634. P.C. of St James, Duke's 
Place, London, 1637-9. 

BAYLES, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 1609. 
Of CO. Durham. B.A. 1612-3; M.A. 1616. Fellow, 161^- 
24. Buried at All Saints', Cambridge, Mar. 6, 1623-4. Will 
proved (V.C.C.) 1624. 

BALES, SAMUEL. Matric. sizar from St John's, Mlchs. 1389. 
One of these names (B.A.) V. of Yedingham, Yorks., 1611-30, 
died 1620. 

BALES, ZACHARY. Matric sizar from Trinity, c. 1393. 

BAILES, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at King's, Easter, 1381. 

BALGRAVE. JOHN. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, 
Easter, 1696. 

BALGUY, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 
July 3, 1725. S. of Henry, Esq., of Newbold, Derbs. B. at 
Derwent. School, Chesterfield. Matric. 1725; M.B. 17J1; 
M.D. 1750. Translator of Boccaccio. Practised as physician 
at Peterborough. Died Feb. 28, 1767. (D.N.B.; ScoU- 
Mayor, iii. 392; F.M.G. 565.) 

BALGAY, JOHN. Adm. at Kino's a scholar from Eton, Aug. 20, 
1526, age 17. B. In Holbom, London. B.A. i53»-»- Fellow, 
I529-34- Fellow of Eton College, 1333. ('Bungay' in 
Harwood.) 



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BALGUY, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, Feb. 3, 1701-2. 
S. of Thomas, deceased (Master of Sheffield Grammar School). 
B. at Sheffield, Aug. 12, 1686. School, Sheffield. Ma trie. 
1702; B.A. 1705-6; M.A. 1726. For a time usher at Sheffield. 
Ord. deacon (York) 1710; priest 1711. Chaplain to Sir Henry 
Liddell, of Co. Durham, 1711-5. P.C. of Tanfield and 
Lamesley, Durham, 171 1-29. Preb. of Salisbury, 1728. V. 
of Northallerton, Yorks., 1729-48. Married, 1715, Sarah, 
dau. of Christopher Broomhead. Died at Harrogate Sept. 
21, 1748. M.I. at Knaresborough. Author: Sermons and 
Moral Theology. Father of Thomas (1734). (D.N.B.) 

BALGAY, SILAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Magdalene, June 30, 
1664. S. of Thomas, of Northants. Matric. 1665; B.A. 
1667-8. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Aug. 10, 1668. 

BALGAYE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Sx John's, Easter, 
1571; B.A. 1574-5. One of these names, called to the bar, 
Gray's Inn, 1586. Recorder of Stamford, 1594. M.P. for 
Stamford, 1597. S. of John, of London, merchant. Buried 
at St George's, Stamford, Nov. 3, 1607. Will proved (P.C.C.) 
1607. (J. Foster, Gray's Jnn.) 

BALGUY, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1612. 
S. of Thomas, of Stamford, Lines. B.A. 1616-7; M.A. 1620; 
B.D. 1627. Incorp. at Oxford, 1627, as B.D. R. of Stoke 
Doyle, Northants., 1632-53. Died May 16, 1653, aged 57. 
Probably s. of the above. (Lines. Pedigrees.) 

BALGUY, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, May 23, 
1659. S. of Thomas, clerk, deceased, of Middlesex. B. in 
London. School, Oundle. Matric. 1659; B.A. 1662-3; M.A. 
1666. Perhaps Master of Sheffield Grammar School. 

BALGUY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, May 28, 
1734. S. of John, clerk (1701-2), V. of Northallerton, Yorks. 
B. at Lamesley, Durham. School, Ripon. Matric. 1734; B.A. 
1737-8; M.A. 1741; D.D. 1758. Fellow, 1741-8. Deputy 
Ptiblic Orator, 1743. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 21; priest, 
Dec. 21, 1740. R. of the North mediety of Stoke, Lines., 
1741-71. R. of Hagworthingham, Lines., 1740-71. V. of 
Alton-, Hants., 1771. Preb. of Lincoln, 1748; and of 
Winchester, 1758. Archdeacon of Winchester, 1759. He 
declined the Bishopric of Gloucester in 1781. Died at 
Winchester, Jan. 19, 1795. M.I. there. Author, theological. 
(D.N.B.; Scott-Mayor, iii. 452.) 

BALINGLOW, WILLIAM. A priest; twelve years schoolmaster. 
M.Gram. 1519-20. 

BALKEY, JOHN. Fellow of Trinity Hall, when ord. priest 
(Norwich) June 8, 1555. R. of Hargrave, Suffolk, 1556. 

BALKON, WILLIAM (1630-1), see BACON. 

BALL, ABRAHAM. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 

Mar. 13, 1650-1, age 16. Of Plymouth. Matric. 1650-1 ; B.A. 

1654-5; M.A. 1658. FeUow, 1654-67. V. of Prescot, Lanes., 

1667-77- Died 1677. 
BALL, BENEDICT. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse, 

Dec. 31, 1657. Of Devon. Migrated to King's. Matric. 1658; 

B.A. 1661-2; M.A. 1665. R. of Huntsham, Devon, 1662. 

R. of Whippingham, I. of Wight, 1665. His son, of the same 

name, was at Oxford. 

BALL, BEVELL. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1579. 

BALL, EDWARD. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, Sept. 18, 
1556. B. at Chesterton, Cambs., 1538. Matric. 1556. Left 
College, 1558. Town-clerk of Cambridge, 1557-96. Compiled 
a ' Register,' etc., of the town. Churchwarden of St Mary the 
Great. Obtained a grant of arms, 1575. Died 1605. {Cooper, 
II. 302.) 

BALL, EDWARD, Matric. sizar from St John's, Lent, 1579-80. 

BALL, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Lent, 1581-2. 

BALL, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 14) at Christ's, Nov. 6, 1626. 
S. of John. B. at Barkham, Berks. School, Wokingham 
(private). Matric. 1626; B.A. 1630-1; M.A. 1634. Pedigree 
in Vis. ofLomUm, 1634. 

BALL, GEORGE. Adm pens, (age 17) at St John's, Mar. 16, 
1630-1. S. of Edward, of Uttoxeter, Sta£Es. B. there. 
School, Uttoxeter. 

BALL, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, May 31, 
1716. S. of Richard, of Lichfield, Staffs. School, Barton, 
Staffs. Scholar, 1717. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 26, 
1716. 

BALL, JAMES. Adm. at Emmanuel, Jan. 1 1, 1642-3 (had kept 
some terms at Oxford). B.A. 1642-3; M.A. from Peterhouse, 
1646. FeUow of Peterhouse, 1645. Died 165 1. 

BALL, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 20) at St John's, June 29, 
1738. S. of John, of Northants. B. at Stoke Albany. School, 
Oakham, Rutland, (and colleger at Eton). Matric. 1738; 
B.A. 1741-2. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 13, 1742; C. of 
Croft, Leics. Perhaps R. of Little Oakley, Northants., 1756- 
69. R. of Ingestre, Staffs., I759-69. (Scott-Mayor, 111. 496.) 



Ball, Samuel 

BALL, JOACHIM. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 1580; 
B.A. 1583-4. Licensed to teach grammar in Norwich 
diocese, 1585. Incorp. at Oxford, 1597. R. of St Endellion, 
Cornwall, 1597. 

BALL, JOHN. B.Can.L. 1491-2. 

BALL, JOHN. Priest and schoolmaster. M.Gram. 1519-20. 
Three years' study at Oxford and seven years' practice as 
Schoolmaster. Supplicat. for B.Gram. at Oxford, 1514. 

BALL, JOHN. Adm. at Emmanuel, Oct. 1587. Scholar, 
nominated by the founder, 1588. Perhaps matric 1587, as 
'Thomas.' Probably B.A. 1589-90. 

BALL, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1616. 

BALL, JOHN. Matric. pens, (age 16) from Pembroke, Michs. 
1623. S. of Richard, of London, mercer. B.A. 1626-7. 
Incorp. at Oxford, 1627. One of these names R. of Compton 
Abbas, Dorset., 1638-43. Died 1643. Brother of Richard 
(1623). 

BALL, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 21, 1645. Of 
Dorset. 

BALL, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, May 1, 
1685. S. of John, Esq. B. in London. Matric. 1686-7. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, Feb. 1685-6. S. of John, of St 
Paul's, Covent Garden. 

BALL, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, July 17, 1725. Of Northants. 
Perhaps s. of Benedict, R. of Paston. Matric. 1725 ; Rustat 
Scholar; B.A. 1729-30; M.A. 1734. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
July 15, 1731; priest, Feb. 18, 1732-3. R. of Thoresway, 
Lines., 1733. R. of Elton, Hunts., 1738. Preb. of Lincoln, 
1737. Died Dec. 8, 1747. 

BALL, NATHANIEL. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 1644. 
B. at Pitminster, Somerset. School, Merchant Taylors'. 
B.A. 1647-8, as 'Balls.' M.A. from Pembroke, 1660. Se- 
questered to Barley, Herts.; ejected 1660. Minister at 
Royston, 1660-2. Afterwards lived at Chishall, Essex. 
Preacher in Essex, Cambs., etc. Licensed as a presbyterian 
teacher, 1672. Died Sept. 8, 1681, aged 58. A learned 
orientalist. Assisted in Walton's Po/yg/ott. {D.N.B.; Calamy, 
II. 47.) 

BALL, NATHANIEL, Adm. sizar (age 23) at St John's, Oct. 27, 
1735. S. of John, grocer, of Middlesex. B. in London, 
School, Kirbyhill, Yorks. (? Kirkby Hall, near Boroughbridge). 
Matric. 1735. Usherof Basingstoke School, 1738-40. Master 
of Chelmsford School till 1758. Died 1766. One of these 
names R. of Wisley, Surrey, 1762-6. (Scott-Mayor, in. 470.) 

BALL, PEREGRINE. M.A. from King's, 1752. S. of James, of 
TreUeck, Monmouth, clerk. Matric. (Balliol College, Oxford) 
Oct. 13, 1733, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1737. V. of Trelleck, 
Monmouth, 1746-94; V. of Newland, Gloucs., 1753-1794. 
Died Nov. 30, 1794. Buried at TreUeck, Dec. 4. (Al.Oxon.', 
G. Mag.) 

BALL, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1560; 
B.A. 1565-6. 

BALL, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Michs. 1623, 
age 14. S. of Richard, of London, mercer. B.A. 1626-7; 
M.A. 1630; B.D. 1637; D.D. 1660 (Lit. Reg.). Fellow, 1630. 
Ord. priest (Norwich) Sept. 25, 1636. R. of Wilby and 
Westerfield, 1638-43. R. of Tattingstone, Suffolk, 1643. R.of 
St Mary Woolchurch, London, 1660-1661. Preb. of Ely, 
1660. Preb. of Lincoln, 1660. R. of Bluntisham, Hunts., 
1662-84. Master of the Temple, 1661. Died Apr. 6, 1684; 
buried in the Temple Church. Will (P.C.C). Benefactor to 
Pembroke Hall. Author, Sermons. Brother of John (1623). 

BALL, ROBERT. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Caius, Feb. 12, 1563-4, 
age 18. Of Scottow, Norfolk. S. of John, gent. School, 
Scottow. 

BALL, ROBERT, Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, Jan. 24, 
1630-1. S. of John, ironmonger, of St Margaret's parish, 
London. B. there. School, Epping. Matric. 1631, 

BALL or BALLS, ROGER, Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, 
Sept. 23, 1610. LL.B. 1617. S. of William, of Cambridge 
(Cambs. Vis., 1619.) 

BALL, SAMUEL. Matric. sizar from King's, Michs. 1631: 
B.A. 1635-6; M.A. 1639. Fellow of Christ's, 1644-51. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) Mar. 10, 1638-9. WUl proved (V.C.C.) 
1652. (Peile, I. 465; Hist, of King's, 102.) 

BALL, SAMUEL. M.A. 164^ (Incorp. from Edinburgh). One 
of these names (M.A.) minister of Little Hormead, Herts., 
1650-60. 

BALL, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Christ's, Jan. 5, 
1645-6. S. of John. B. at Langton in Purbeck, Dorset. 
School, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucs, 



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BALL, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age i6) at St John's, May ii, 
1659. S.of Thomas (1619), clerk, of Northampton. B. there. 
School, Northampton. Matric. 1659; B.A. 1662-3; M.A. 
1666. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1667-1708. Signs for priest's 
orders (London) Dec 20, 1673. R. of Elton, Hunts., 1673- 
1708. Incorp. at Oxford, 1673. Buried at Little St Mary's, 
Cambridge, May 10, 1708. Brother of Thomas (1634). 

BALL, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 5, 1724-5. 
S. of Thomas (1685-6), D.D., of Lines. B.atGretford. School, 
Oundle, Northants. Matric 1723; LL.B. 1730- Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) May 24; priest, Dec. 20, 1730. R. of Elton, Hunts. 
1731-8. R. of Water Newton, 1735-8. Died Jan. 9, 1737-8. 
Buried at Elton. (Scott-Mayor, in. 379.) 

BALL, SOPHRON. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Michs. 
1363. 

BALL, THOMAS. Matric sizar from Queens', Easter, 1619. 
Of Salop. School, Epping, Essex. B.A. 1621-2; M.A. from 
Emmanuel, 1623. Fellow of Emmanuel, 1625. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) May 10; priest. May 19, 1627. Incorp. at Oxford, 
1628. V. of All Samts', 1629; and V. of St Gregory, North- 
ampton, 1634; and R. of St Gregory and All Saints', 1634. 
Author. Died 1659; buried Jime 21. (D.N.B.) 

BALL, THOBdAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Sept. 23, 
1634. S. of Thomas (above), clerk, of Northampton. B. at 
Simpson, Bucks. School, Northampton. Matric. 1653; B.A. 
1658-9; M.A. 1662. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 22, 1661. 
R. of Elton, Hunts., 1661-73. Died 1673. Brother of Samuel 
(1659). 

BALL, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Apr. 21 , 1669. 
Of Derbyshire. B.A. 1672-3. 

BALL, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Feb. 24, 
1685-6. S. of Thomas (1654), clerk, R. of Elton, Hunts. 
School, Oundle, Northants. Matric. 1686-7; B.A. 1689-90; 
M.A. 1693; D.D. 1707. Ord. priest (Peterb.) July 2, 1693. 
R. of Easton by Stamford, Lines., 1693-5. R- oi Gretford, 
1703. R. of Elton, Hunts., 1708-22. Preb. of Peterborough, 
1697. Son-in-law of Bishop Cumberland. Died Feb. 9, 
1722-3. Father of Samuel (1724-5). 

BALL, THOMAS. M.A. from Caius, 1726. From Brasenose 
College, Oxford. S. of Lawrence, of Eccleston, Lanes. Matric. 
(Oxford) Mar. 15, 1715-6, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1719. 
Ord. deacon (Chichester) July 7, 1723; priest, July 14, 1723. 
V. of Boxgrove, Sussex, 1723-53. Went to Carolina as 
schoolmaster. Mar. 19, 1725-6. V. of Eartham, Sussex, 
1733-70. Preb. of Chichester Cathedral, 1727-70. Arch- 
deacon of Chichester, 1736-70. Dean, 1754-70. Buried in 
the Cathedral, July 19, i77o. (Venn, 11. 26.) 

BALL, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Trinity, c. 1591 ; Scholar 
from Westminster; B.A. 1594-5; M.A. 1598. Will proved 
(V.C.C.) 1601. 

BALL, . Adm, at Corpus Christi, 1548. 

BALLADON or BALLIDON, PAUL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St 
John's, Feb. 7, 1683-4. S. of Paul, gent., deceased. B. at 
Trusley, Derbs. School, Dalbury, Derbs. Probably adm. 
sizar at Christ's, 1686. Adm. at Lmcoln's Inn, May 14, 1684. 
(PeiU, II. 103.) 

BALLADON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
Sept. 20, 1684. S. of Paul, gent. B. at Tnisley, Derbs. 
School, Dalbury. 

BALLAND, THOMAS. LL.B. 1631-2 (Lit. Reg.). 

BALLARD, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Jksus, Michs. 1573. 

BALLARD, EDWARD. Matric. sizar, from Corpus Christi, 
Michs. 1582; B.A. 1585-6; M.A. 1589, as 'Bulward.' Ord. 
deacon and priest (Peterb.) Oct. 23, 1589. R. of Badingham, 
Suffolk, 1595. 

BALLARD, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St Catharine's, Michs. 
1369. Of Wratting, Suffolk. S. of William. School, Ehndon. 
Migr. to Caius; adm. Jan. 18, 1369-70, age 17. B.A. from 
King's, 1374-5. Seminary priest. Arrived at Douay, Nov. 27, 
1379. Ord. priest, 1581. Executed for complicity in the 
Babington Plot, Sept. 20, 1583. (Venn, i. 66; D.N.B.) 

BALLARD, JOHN. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1600. Of Norfolk. 

BAU.ARD, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Pembroke, June 33, 1668. 
S. of Jonathan, farmer. B. at Anstey, Warws. Matric. 
x668: B.A. 1671-2. 

BALLARD, JOHN. Incorp. B.D. 1728 from Oxford. S. of 
John, M.D. of Salisbury. Matric. (Trinity College, Oxford) 
Nov. 13, 1707, age 13; B.A. (Christ Church, Oxford) 1711-2; 
M.A. 17x4-5; B.D. 1724; D.D. (Oxford) 1732. V. of Welland, 
Woroeater, 1730. R. of Steeple Langford, Wilts., 1732. 
Died Feb. 8, 1763. (Al. Oxon.; G. Mag.) 

BALLARD, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, 
Michs. 1580. 

BALLARD, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Emmanuel, Easter, 

1637. Possibly adm. 1636, as Pollard. 

BALLARD, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Sr John's, May, 
1373. Migrated to Christ's; B.A. 1376-7. One of these names 



Balley, Stephen 

ord. priest (Peterb.) Feb. 1579-80. V. of Clare, Suffolk, 

1582-91. V. of St Andrew's, Winston, 1591-2. R. of Wes- 

thorpe St Margaret, 1588-1613. (PeiU, 1. 126.) 
BALLARD, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, 

Easter, 1586 (probably adm. as 'Edmund'); B.A. 1589-90; 

M.A. 1594. Ord. deacon and priest (Peterb.) Mar. 18, 1394-5. 

One of these names V. of Stanstead Abbots, Herts., 1602-40, 

when he died. Will (P.C.C.) 1640. 
BALLARD, SIMPSON. Resident pens, at Jesus, Aug. 1564. 

Refused for deacon's orders (Ely) Dec. 15, 1568, then age 22. 

(A. Gray.) 
BALLARD, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Michs. 

1585. One of these names of Lamberhuist, Sussex, adm. at 

Gray's Inn, Jan. 8, 1587-8. 

BALLARD, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1586. 

BALLARDE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1611. 

One of these names, s. of Edward, of Wymeswold, Leics., 

adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 9, 1612. 
BALLARD, THOMAS. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Emmanuel, June 17, 

1618. Matric. 1618. Perhaps s. of Thomas, of Wadhurst, 

Sussex, adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 18, 1620-1. 
BALLARY, JEREMIAH, see BALDRY. 

BALLET, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 1?) at Christ's, Apr. 2, 
1661; afterwards Fell. -Com. S. of John, gent., of Hatfield. 
B. at More Hall, near Bishop's Stortford, Essex. School, 
Bishop's Stortford. Matric. 1661; M.B. 1666; M.D. 1674. 

BALLET, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Trinity, Nov. 6, 1650. 
Of Ekbx. Matric. 1650-1, as Ballard. 

BALLET, SPRAINGER. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Trinity, Apr. 
1690. S. of William, of Downhall, Essex. 

BALLET, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Michs. 
1621. 

BALLATT, . Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Michs. 1649. 

BALLIS, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1602. 

BALLISTON, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. lo, 
1609, age 17. S. of Robert, of Bodham, Norfolk, husband- 
man. School, Holt. Matric. 1609; Scholar, 1609-13; B.A. 
from Trinity Hall, 1612-3. O'^d. priest (Norwich) July 19, 
1614. R. of Bodham, 1616-36. Will proved, 1651. (VenH,i. 
205.) 

BALLISTON, JOHN. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1645. Of 
Norfolk. Rrobably s. and h. of John, of Wymondham, 
Norfolk, Esq.; adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 14, 1646. 

BALLISTON, JOSHUA Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 
Easter, 1650; B.A. 1652-3; M.A. 1659. R- of Catfield, 
Norfolk. 

BALLOW, HENRY. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 1677. 
B. in London. Matric. Easter, 1678; B.A. 1681-2; M.A. 
1685. Fellow, 1681. Vicar choral, Lincoln. Died of con- 
sumption. (Harwood.) 

BALLOWE, THOMAS. B.A. (? 1602-3) ; M.A. from Jesus, 1606. 
B. at North Reston, Lines., 1580. S. of Richard, yeoman. 
Incorp. at Oxford, 1605. Ord. priest (Lincoln). V. of North 
Reston, Lines., 1604-18. R. of Belleau, Lines., 1606-18. 
Died, 1618. Will proved at Lincoln. (Lines. Pedigrees, 1145.) 

BALLOW, . Adm. pens, at Magdalene, Oct. 15, 1720. 

Probably Henry, of St Margaret's, Westminster; adm. at 

Lincoln's Inn, June 27, 1721. 
BALLS, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, Jan. 1, 

1620-1. S. of William, Esq. B. at Caldecote, Cambs. 

School, King's, Cambridge. Matric. 1620-1; B.A. 1624-3; 

M.A. 1628. 
BALLS or BALLYS, JOHN. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1448. In 

the College records Peter Ballys is fellow, 1448-73. 
BALLS, NATHANIEL. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, July, 1629. 

Of Stafite. Buried at St Andrew's, Cambridge, Mar. 4, 1629- 

30. 
BALLS, PETER. Pays 40s. for not proceeding in Theology, 

1458-9 (Grace Book). Probably the same as John Ballys or 

Balls, (r. A. Walker.) 
BALLS, RICHARD. B.A. 1454-5; M.A. 1437. 
BALLES, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall, Michs. 

i6io; B.A. 1613-6, from Pembroke as Ball. 
BALLS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Sept. 21, 1617. B. in 

Cambs. Matric. 1618; B.A. 1620-x; M.A. 1633. Fellow, 

c. 1624. 

BALLS, . M.A. 1478-9. 

BALLY, GEORGE. Adm. at Kino's a scholar from Eton, X739. 

S. of George. B. at Aylsham, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1740: 

B.A. 1744-5; M.A. 1748. Fellow, 1743. Ord. deacon (Ely) 

Feb. 19; priest, May 21, 1758. R. of Monxton, Hants. 
BALLBY, STEPHEN, see BULLBY. 



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Bally, William 

BALLY, WILLIAM. Scholar of Clare, 1523, age 17. 

BALSER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1626; B.A. 
1629-30; M.A. 1633. 

BALSER, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1583. 
Of Kent. B.A. from St Catharine's, 1586-7. Of Corpus 
Christi, in 1589. {Masters.) 

BALSTER, JACOB. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 9, 1692. Of 
Silton, Dorset. Matric. 1692. One of these names, of Win- 
canton, Somerset; matric. at New Inn Hall, Oxford, Apr. 7, 
1688, age 19. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 24, 1693; C. of 
Glatton, Hunts. ; priest, June 3, 1694. 

BALTREE, see also BAWTRY. 

BALTREE, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Lent, 
1579-80. B. at Fulletby, Lines., c. 1563. B.A. 1583-4; 
M.A. as Bawtry, 1587. Ord. deacon (London) Feb. 12, 
1588-9, age 27; priest (Lincoln). Licensed preacher. R. 
of Somerby, Lines., 1589-1603. V. of Heydon w. Waltham, 
Lines., 1600-3. 

BAfilBER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 13) at Emmanuel, Apr. 12, 
1725. S. of John, of Blackfriars, chandler. School, Charter- 
house. M.D. 1725 (Lit. Reg.). Master-Surgeon to the Artillery 
in 1693. F.R.S. 1718. L.R.C.P. 1724. F.R.C.P. 1726. Died 
Nov. 7, 1753. Buried at Barking, Essex. M.I. (H. G. Harrison.) 

BAMBOROWE, HUMPHREY. Matric. pens, from Trinity, 
Michs. 1588. Doubtless s. of Thomas, of Howsham, Yorks. 
Brother of Thomas and William. {Vis. of Yorks.; J. C. 
Smith.) 

BAMBURGH, Sir JOHN, Bart, Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 15) from 
Sidney, May 12, 1628. S. of Sir William, Knt. and Bart. B. 
at ' Harton ' (? Howsham), Yorks. School, Wvate. Of How- 
sham, Yorks. Succeeded as Bart., June 3, 1624. Died 
immarried, Dec. 12, 1631. (G.E.C.) 

BAMBOROWE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 
1588. One of these names^ of Howsham, Yorks., adm. at 
Gray's Inn, Nov. i, 1591. S. of William, of Rendlesham, 
Suffolk. (Kis.o/SM//., 1584.) 

BAMBURGH, WILLIAM. Matric. Fell. -Com. from Christ's, 
June, 1584. Probably s. of Thomas, of Howsham, Yorks. 
Knighted, 1603. Sheriff of Yorks., 1607-8. Created bauronet, 
1619. Died July 18, 1623. (P«7e, i. 178; G.£.C.) 

BAMBOROUGH, . B.A. 1485-6; M.A. 1489. 

BAMBOROUGH, . B.A. 1489-90; M.A. 1493. 

BAMBRIDGE, see BAINBRIDGE and BEMBRIDGE. 

BAMBRY, ABRAHAM. Matric. sizar from Caius, Easter, 1624. 

BAMFIELD or BAMPFIELD, HUGH. Matric. FeU.-Com. from 
King's, Michs. 1681; M.A. 1682 (LU. Reg.). Doubtless s. of 
Sir Coplestone, Bart., of Weston Bampfylde. Married Mary 
Clifford. Died before 1691, by a fall from his horse. (Collin- 
son's Somerset, n. 91.) 

BAMPFIELD, WILLIAM. M.A. from King's, 1667. Matric. 
(Wadham College, Oxford) Apr. 11, 1660; B.A. (Oxford) 1663. 
R. of Loxbeare, Devon, 1666. R. of Arlington, 1667. {Al. 
Oxon.) 

BAMFORTH, GEORGE. Priest and schoolmaster. M.Gram. 
1525-6 as 'Samford.' 

BAMFORTH, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, 
Apr. 14, 1701. S. of George, gent. B. at High-House, 
SheflSeld. School, Sheffield. Matric. 1701; Fell.-Com. Feb. 
3, 1701-2; B.A. 1704-5, 1st in the ordo. Lord of the 
Manor of OUerton. Of the High-House. Buried at Sheffield, 
Apr. 28, 1730. Father of the next. 

BAMFORTH, GEORGE. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at St John's, 
July 5, 1728. S. of George (above), Esq., of Yorks. B. at 
High-House near Sheffield. School, Bradford. Matric. 1728. 
Of the High-House, Esq. Killed by a fall from his horse. May 
31, 1749. M.I. at Sheffield. (Hunter, Hallamshire.) 

BAMFORO, GILBERT. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Nov. 19, 

1631. Of Middlesex. Matric. 1632; B.A. as Banford, 1635-6; 

M.A. 1639. Signs for priest's orders (London) Dec. 15, 1664; 

C. of NorthaJl, Middlesex. 
BAMFORD, LYON, Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, Oct. 26, 

1639. S. of John, gent., of Pulehill, Yorks. B. there. School, 

Worsborough, Yorks. Matric. 1639. Living 1666. (Hunter, 

S. Yorks. II. 270.) 
BAMFORD, MATTHEW, Adm. sizar (age 15) at Peterhouse, 

Sept. 13, 1688, Of Beds. School, Bedford. B.A. 1692-3. 

BAMFORD, ROBERT, M.A. 1600 (Incorp. from Oxford). 

B.A. (Oxford), 1573-4; M.A, 1580. Canon of Lichfield, 1597. 

(Al. Oxon.) 
BAMFORD, ROBERT, Adm, sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse, 

Oct. 8, 1687. Of Beds. School, Bedford. Matric. 1688; 

B.A. 1691-2. Liu. Dim. (Canterbury) for deacon's orders, 

1693, Ord, priest (Lincoln) Dec, 19, 1706, V, of Dunton, 



Banger, Josiah 

Beds., 1707-13. V. of Chalgrave, 1712. R. of Little Barford, 
1711-20. Buried Aug. 29, 1720. (W. M. Noble.) 

BAMFORD or BALMFORD, SAMUEL, Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, Apr, 24, 1612, Matric. 1612; Scholar; B.A, 
1615-6; M.A. 1619. R. of St Alban's, Wood St, London, 
1652-7. Died 1657. 

BAMFORD, SETH. Adm, sizar at Emmanuel, May 9, 1655. 
Of Derbyshire. Matric. 1655. 

BAMFORD, STEPHEN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's 
May 18, 1658. S. of WiUiam, deceased, of Sheffield, Yorks. 
B, there. School, Sheffield. Matric. 1658; B.A. 1661-2. 
V. of Elsenham, Essex, 1664-6. 

BAMFORD, WILLIAM, Adm. sizar (age 16) at Peterhouse, 
Apr. 27, 1699. School, Bedford. Matric. 1699; B.A. 1702-3. 
Ord. priest (London) Dec. 21, 1707. Signs as minister at 
Harrold, Beds., 1709. V. of Poddington, Beds., 1714-34. V. 
of Clapham, 1728-34. Died Aug. 11, 1734. 

BAMFORD, . Adm. FeU.-Com. at Corpus Christi, 1586. 

BAMFORTH, WILLIAM (1577), see BRAMFORTH. 

BAMPTON, JOHN. Carmelite friar. D.D. of Cambridge, c.1341. 
B. at Bampton, Devon. Studied at the Carmelite House 
at Cambridge. Student of AristoUe. (D.N.B.) 

BAMSTER, JOHN, Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1572, 

BANAGE, see BASNAGE. 

BANBRICK, see BAINBRIDGE. 

BANBURY, CYPRIAN. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 
1618. Of Middlesex. B.A. 1622-3; M.A. 1626. Ord. deacon 
and priest (London) Dec. 24, 1626. V, of Heath, Derby- 
shire, 1627. R. of Barlborough, 1639. 

BANBURY, CYPRIAN. Incorp. M.A. from Oxford, 1675. 
Matric. (Magdalen Hall, Oxford) Nov. 10, 1654; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1657-8. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 8, 1662; 
priest, Sept. 21, 1662. R. of Knipton, Leics., 1664. R. of 
Teigh, Ruts., 1675. R- of Woolsthorpe, Lines., 1694. Died, 
July 15, 1703, aged 68. M.I. at Teigh. (Nichols' L<t«, 11. 423.) 

BANCOCKE, JOHN, Matric, sizar from Peterhouse, Easter, 

1607. 
BANCROFT, BERNARD. Adm, sizar at Emmanuel, 1585. 
Matric. Michs. 1585; Scholar (nominated by the founder, 
April, 1589); B.A. 1592-3; M.A, 1596. 

BANCROFT, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 

1584. 
BANCROFT, JOHN, Matric. pens, from Christ's, c. 1593. 

Probably R. of Colby, Norfolk; died there before Oct, 1626, 

Will (Norwich) 1625. (Peile, i. 214.) 
BANCROFT, RICHARD, Scholar of Christ's, 1563. S. of John. 

B. at Famworth, Lanes., Sept. 1544. B.A, 1566-7; M.A. 

from Jesus, 1570; D.D. 1585. Preb. of St Patrick's, Dublin, 

c. 1567. Ord. deacon and priest (Ely) 1574. R. of Teversham, 

Cambs., 1576. University preacher, 1576. R. of Cotting- 

ham, Northants., 1585. Treasurer of St Paul's, 1586. 

Canon of Westminster, 1587. Preb. of St Paul's, 1590. 

R. of Wrotham, Kent, 1594-7. Preb. of Canterbury, 1595, 

Bishop of London, 1597. Archbishop of Canterbury, 1604. 

Chancellor of Oxford, 1608-10. Died Nov, 2, 1610. Buried 

at Lambeth Church. (D.N.B.) 
BANCROFT, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, 

Easter,i6i3. B. at Swarkstone, Derbyshire. The 'small poet.' 

Author of many epigrams and poems. Living at Bradley, 

Derbs., in 1658. [Hist, of St Catharine's; D.N.B.) 
BAND, WILLIAM, Adm. sizar (age 17) at Pembroke, March 22, 

1680-1. Of Wigston, Leics. 
BANDINELL, DANIEL, Adm. sizarat Pembroke, May 26, 1623. 

S. of David, of Jersey (Dean of Jersey, c. 1620). Matric. 

1623; B.A. 1626-7; M.A. 1630. Tlie father was ejected c. 

1641: the son was imprisoned with him, in Mont Orgueil 

Castle, Jersey; injured in endeavouring to escape, and died 

in prison soon after. {D.N.B.) 
BANES, see BAYNES, 
BANFIELD, JAMES, Adm. sizar at Pembroke, May 22, 1677, 

age r8. S. of Thomas, farmer. B. at St Keveme, Cornwall. 

Matric. 1677; B.A. 1680-1; M.A. 1684. R. of Beeston Regis, 

Norfolk, 1685, R, of Runton, till 1743, Died 1743. Father 

of the next. 
BANFIELD, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, 

May 23, 1705. S. of James (above), R. of Rimton, Norfolk. B. 

there. Matric. 1705; B.A. 1708-9. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 1, 

171 1 ; priest (Norwich) Jan. 1712-3. 

BANGAR, , B.A. 1478-9. 

BANGER, JOSIAH, Kept some terms at Cambridge. Matric. 

from Magdalen College, Oxford, Nov. 10, 1645, age 18. 

S. of Bernard, clerk. B.A. (Oxford) 1648-9; M.A. 1651. 

Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford. Perhaps V. of Broad- 

hembury, Devon. Ejected 1662. Imprisoned at Exeter. 

{A I. Oxon.; Calamy.) 



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Banier, Thomas 

BANIER, see also BANYER. 

BANIER, THOMAS. Matric sizar from St John's, Easter, 

1572. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 1575; priest, April, 1576. 

V. of Burwell, Cambs., 1577. Schoolmaster there. 
BANNISTER, BARTHOLOMEW. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 

St John's, Mar. 28, 1634. S. of Felix, innkeeper, of Yorks. 

B. there. School, Pocklington. Matric. 1634. 

BANISTER, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. sizar from St John's, 

Micbs. 1569. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Sept. 18, 1572: 'bred in 

the schooK* Probably R. of Waddingham St Peter, Lines., 

1578. 
BANISTER, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. pens, from St John's, 

c. 1593. One of these names, of Barnard's Inn, adm. at 

Gray's Inn, Mar. 12, 1595-6. S. of William, of the Bank, 

Lanes. Barrister. Ancient, 1617. Vice-Chancellor of the 

Duchy of Lancaster. (J. Foster, Gray's Inn.) 
BANISTER, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 

1585. 
BANISTER, FRANCIS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Lent, 

1626-7. 
BANISTER, HENRY. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1579; 

B.A. 1584-5; M.A. 1588. 
BANISTER, HENRY. Adm at Kino's a scholar from Eton, 

Aug. 27, 1579, age 19. Of Godalming, Surrey. Matric. 1579; 

B.A. 1583-4; M.A. 1587; B.D. 1595. Fellow, 1582-1617. 

Incorp. at Oxford, 1603. Vice-ftovost of King's, 1600. 

Will proved (King's College) 1617. 
BANISTER, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, Feb. 18, 

1703-4. S. of Thomas, of Wonersh, Surrey. School, Horley. 

Matric. 1704; B.A. 1708-9. V. of Cobham, Surrey, 1729-45. 

BANISTER, ISAAC. Adm. sizar at Trinity, June 3, 1670. 
Matric. 1671; B.A. 1674-5. 

BANISTER, JAMES. LL.B. before 1472. 

BANISTER, JOHN. Adm. at Kino's a scholar from Eton, 1727. 
S. of William, of St Martin's-in-the-Fields. B. 1709. Matric. 
Easter, 1728; B.A. 1731-2; M.A. 1735. Fellow, 1731. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 21, 1735; C. of St Ives, Hunts.; priest, 
Feb. 37, 1742-3. 

BANASTRE, LAWRENCE. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Clare, 
Easter, 1624. S. and h. of Sir Robert. B.A. 1626-7, ist in 
the ordo; M.A. 1631. Incorp. at Oxford, 1627. Student at 
Inner Temple, 1628. Married Mary, dau. of Sir John 
Dinham, 1632. Of Passenham. Died Feb. 16, 1636-7. {Vis. 
of Bucks., 1634; Baker, 11. 190.) 

BANESTRE, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Caius, Nov. 2, 1583, 
age 16. S. of Lawrence, Esq., of Wem, Salop. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. 1583. Of Lacon Hall, Wem, Knt. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. 21, 1585. A popish 
recusant. {Venn, 1. 118; Vis. of Shrops., 1623.) 

BANESTRE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Caius, Nov. 2, 1583, 
age 14. S. of Lawrence, Esq., of Wem, Salop. Matric. 1584. 
Knighted, Apr. 29, 1605. Master of the Household to James I. 
Sberifi of Northants., 1637. Died at Passenham, Dec. 15, 
1649. M.I. there. {Venn, i. 118; Vis. of Shrops., 1623.) 

BANNESTER, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at King's, c. 1593. Men- 
tioned in Edw. Elmer's Will, May 24, 1593. One of these 
names R. of Acle, Norfolk, 1628. 

BANISTER, ROGER. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 
1545; B.A. 1549-50, as ' Robert." One of these names R. of 
Appleby Magna, Leics., 1566. 

BANISTER, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 
1578; B.A. 1582-3; M.A. 1586. FeUow, 1585. V.of WesthaU, 
Suffolk, 1591-6. R. of Swindon, Gloucs., 1619-27. V. of 
Staverton, 1598-1627. Buried there June 11, 1627. (F. S. 
Hockaday.) 

BANNASTER, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from King's, Michs. 
1612; B.A. 1616-7; M.A. 1620. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) 
May 23, 1619; priest (Gloucester) Jan. 11, 1620. Curate to 
the R. of Swindon, Gloucester (? his father) in 1622. (F. S. 
Hockaday.) 

BANNISTER, WILLIAM. LL.B. 1632 (incorp. from Oxford). 
S. of Richard, of Ainsworth, Lanes. Matric. (Oxford) Dec. 5, 
1623, age 18; B.C.L. 1630. Died Mar. 22, 1633. {Al. Oxon.) 

BANNASTER, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Trinity, 
Mar. 28, 1705. S. of Thomas, of Wonersh, Surrey. School, 
Horley. Matric. 1705; B.A. 1708-9; M.A. 1722. Ord. priest 
(Ely, letters dimissory from Canterbury) May 31 17x3. 
V. of Wonersh, Surrey, 1718-55. R. of Guildford, 1721. 
Died Oct. 29, 1753. 

BANISTER. . M.A. 1483. 

BANKS, ADAM. Adm. sizar (aie 18) at Trinity, Apr. 11, 1713. 
S. of William, of Wigan, Lanes. School, Wigan. Matric. 
1713-4; B.A. 1716-7; M.A. 1721. Ord. priett (Lincoln) 



Banks, Henry 

Dec. 19, 1726. V. of UphoUand, Lanes., 1726-8. Chaplain 
of the Collegiate Church, Manchester, 1727. FeUow, 1732. 
Non-juror. Died 1751. (Mumford, Ma»ick. Gr. Sck,) 
BANKS, ALEXANDER. Matric. sizar from Jksus, Lent, 1580-1. 

BANKS, ALEXANDER. Matric. sizar from Peterhousk, Easter, 
1605, as 'Backs'; B.A. 1608-9; M.A. 1612. 

BANKES, ANDERSON. Matric pens, from Magdalxnb. Easter. 

1626. 

BANCKES, BERNARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, 
Oct. 14, 1640. S. of Richard, of Win ton, near Kirkby 
Stephen, Westmorland. B. there. School, Kirkby Stephen. 
Matric. 1640. Probably ord. deacon (Lincoln) July 17, 1662, 
'B.A.' 

BANKES, CALEB. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', Apr. 27, 1675. 
Of Kent. S. of Sir John (1644), Bart. Matric. 1675. Adm.at 
Gray's Inn, Feb. 2, 1674-5. Of Maidstone. M.P. for Maid- 
stone, 1689; for Queenborough, 1685, 1695-6; for Rochester, 
1691. Diad Sept. 13, 1696, aged 37; vita patris. Buried at 
Aylesford. M.I. (Kent Vis., 1663; G.E.C.) 

BANCKES, CHARLES. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Lent, 
1593-4- 

BANKS, CHRISTOPHER. M.A. 1436. Probably R. of Chehns- 
ford, 1467-74. Died 1474. 

BANKE, CHRISTOPHER. B.A. l527-«. 

BANCKES, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, 
June 8, 1631. Of Vorks. S. of William and Alice Banks, of 
Giggleswick. School, York. Matric. 1631; B.A. 1634-5; 
Scholar, 1636; M.A. 1638. Fellow, 1638-45, ejected. Became 
a Roman CathoUc in 1642. Entered the EngUsh College at 
Rome, Nov. 1, 1642. Ord. priest (R.C.i Jan. 27, 1647. Sent 
to England, 1649. Died in Englana, 1678. Brother of 
Matthew (1640). {Records S.J. iii. 190.) 

BANKE, EDWARD. B.A. 1527-8. 

BANKES, EDWARD. B.A. 1545-6- Incorp. at Christ Church, 
Oxford, 1547-8. Sup. for license to practice medicine, as 
M.A., 1574. One of these names, M.A., R. of Winston, 
Durham, 1570-2; of Wolsingham, 1572-85. R. of Eggles- 
clige, 1585-8. R. of Long Newton, 1562. Buried there, 
June 23, 1588. {Al. Oxon.) 

BANKES, ED. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Clare, Michs. 1569. 

BANKS, EDWARD. Matric. from Christ's, 1602; B.A. 1604. 
Incorp. at Oxford, 1608. M.A. (Broadgates Hall, Oxford), 
1608. 

BANKS, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, c. 1593; 
B.A. 1597-8; M.A. 1601. Fellow, 1601. Taxor, 1615. 
V. of Little St Mary, Cambridge, 1628. V. of Cherry 
Hinton, Cambs., 1629 till 1638. R. of Stathem, Leics., 1638. 
Will proved by brother Simon, Aug. 11, 1641 (P.C.C). {T.A. 
Walker, 2.) 

BANKE, GILES. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, Feb. 9, 
1621-2. S. of Henry, Esq., of Bank Newton, Gargrave, 
Yorks. School, York. Matne. 1622; B.A. 1625-6; M.A. 1629. 
Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 20; priest, Sept. 21, 1629. R. 
of Shamford, Leics., 1637, afterwards ejected. Buried at 
Shamford, June, 1687. (Vis. of Yorks., 1612; Nichols, iv. 
920.) 

BANKES, HENRY. 'M.A. of King's Hall, aged 61; ordained 
priest by Bishop of Lincoln (i.e. Suff. Bishop, Dr Rob. King) 
1538. V. of Beeby, Leics., and of Sa.xelby. V. of Huaiber- 
ston-on-Hill, 1553; resigned forSaxelby, 1575-6. {Lib. Cleri, 
Line., 1576.) 

BANKES, HENRY. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1334. 

BANKS, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Michs. 
1564; B.A. 1567-8; M.A. from Queens', 1571. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) Mar. 6. 1572-3. R. of Willin^e-Spaln, Essex, 
1372-6. R. of White Roothing, Essex, 1576. Licensed to 
marry Emma EUett, 1577. Will (Cons. C. Lond.) 1615. 

BANKS, HENRY Matric. sizar from Christ's, June 1577; 

B.A. 1580-1. Incoip. at Oxford, 1583. M.A. (Oxford) 1583. 

D.D. from Christ's, 1608. V. of Seamer, Vorks., 1584-93. 

R. of West Heslcrton, 1587. R. of Scrayingham, 1392. R. of 

Settrington, 1599. Canon of York, 1595. Precentor, 1613. 

Preb. of Southwell, 1615. Died before Aug. 27, 1617. {PeiU, 

1. 142.) 
BANKES, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1609; 

B.A. 1612-3. Incorp. at Oxford, 1614. Ord. deacon (York) 

Sept. 1614. One of these names R. of Little Packington, 

Warws., 1628-9. {Peile, 1. 273-) 
BANKS, HENRY. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1624. 

Of Lanes. B.A. 1627-8. 
BANKES, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Maodalsne, Micba. 

1637. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Dec. 1638. Of York. B.A. from 

Jesus, 164X-2; probably D.D. (LU. Reg.) 1671. R.of Thake- 

ham, Susses, 1640-80. Died Oct. 1680; 'aged 70.' M.I. 



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BANKS, HENRY. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 1719. 
S. of John, of Kingston Hall, Wimbome, Dorset., Esq. 
Matric. 1720; B.A. 1723-4; M.A. 1728. Fellow, 1723. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 16, 1719-zo. Barrister, K.C. Suc- 
ceeded to famUy estate, 1772. M.P. for Corfe Castle, 1741- 
62. Brother of Ralph (1716). Died 1776. (Burke, L.G.) 

BANKES, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, Sept. 10, 

1678. S. of William. B. in Lanes. School, St Paul's. Matric. 

1679; B.A. 1682-3; M.A. 1686. Incorp. at Oxford, 1700. 

R. of Lilley, Herts., 1706-9. R. of Bury, Lanes., 1710-43. 

V. of Heywood, 1729-42. Died 1743. (^^«- of Lanes., 1664.) 
BANK, JOHN. Scholar at King's Hall, 1424. Re-admitted, 

as LL.B., 1429. R. of Hildersham, Cambs., 1439. 

BANKS, JOHN. D.Can.L. 1467 (non incepit). Probably R. of 
Ashingdon, Essex, 1472-84. 

BANKE, JOHN. Fellow of Corpus Christi, 1473. Of Cambs. 
Perhaps the above. 

BANKS or BANK, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Michael House, 
Easter, 1544; B.A. 1550-1. Fellow of Trinity, 1548. Re- 
tired to Strasburgh under Queen Mary. Author. (Cooper, i. 
542.) 

BANKES, JOHN. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Clare, Michs. 1569. 
One of these names, s. of Edward, alderman of London, 
adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 22, 1571. 

BANKES, JOHN. Matric. sizar from King's, Michs. 1581. 

BANKS, JOHN. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1582; B.A. 1584-5; 
M.A. 1589. One of these names R. of E. Bradenham, Norfolk, 
1597-1614. 

BANKES, JOHN. University Counsel, 1634-5. B. at Keswick, 
Cumberland, 1.589. Of Queen's College, Oxford. Barrister, 
Gray's Inn, 1614. M.P. for Morpeth, 1626, 1628. Knighted, 
1631. Attorney-General, 1634. Chief Justice C.P., 1641. 
Accompanied the King to Oxford, where he was created 
D.C.L. Dec. 20, 1642. Devoted royalist. Died at Oxford, 
Dec. 28, 1644. M.I. at Christ Church. (D.N.B.) 

BANKS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 28, 1*44. Of 
Kent. S. of Caleb, of Maidstone. B. c. 1627. Father of 
Caleb (1675). Created Baronet, 1661. M.P. for Maidstone, 
1654, 1656, 1695; for Rochester, 1679, 1685, 1689; for 
Queenborough, 1690. Of the Fryars, Aylesford, Esq. Died 
Oct. 18, 1699, aged 72. M.I. at Aylesford. (Suss. Vis., 1663; 
G.E.C.) 

BANKES, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 22) at Sidney, May 20, 1735. 
S. of Thomas. B. at ( ? ) Farlington, Yorks. School, Coxwold. 
Matric. 1736; B.A. 1738-9. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 18, 
1738-9. 

BANKS, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Christ's, Nov. 3, 1750. 
Of Yorks. School, Giggleswick. Matric. 1751; Scholar, 1752; 
LL.B. 1757. Ord. deacon (Chester) Mar. 1757; priest 
(Norwich) July, 1762. P.C. of South Elmham St Michael, 
Suffolk, 1764-85. (PeiU, 11. 255.) 

BANKS, JONATHAN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Pembroke, 
June r, 1671. S. of Richard, farmer. B. at St Bees, Cumber- 
land. Matric. 1671 ; B.A. 1676-7. Headmaster of Carlisle, 
1682. Headmaster of St Bees, 1683-6. Headmaster of 
Appleby, 1686. Died there 1721. (W. Jackson's Cumb. and 
Westm. Papers, 11. 205-6.) 

BANKS, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, Apr. 22, 
1708. S. of Robert, derk (1667). B. at Hull, Yorks. School, 
Sedbergh. Matric. 1708; B.A. 171 1-2. R. of Hooton- 
Roberts, Yorks., 1714-57. Died 1757. (Burke, E:d. Bart.) 

BANKS, LAURENCE. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Easter, 1561. 

Ord. deacon (Ely) Apr. 1568, age 22; priest, Sept. 21, 1570. 

V. of Dronfield, Derbyshire, 1577. 
BANKS, LOWDE. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Oct. 28, 1707. Of 

Yorks. S. of Thomas (1685), V. of Newport PagneU, Bucks. 

Matric. 1708; B.A. 1711-2. Ord. priest (Lincoln) July 5, 

1713. Succeeded his father, 1716-57. 
BANKES, MATTHEW. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse, 

March 30, 1640. Of Yorks. S. of William and Alice, of 

Giggleswick. Matric. 1640. Brother of the Roman Catholic 

priest Christopher (1631). 
BANCKE, NICHOLAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1582; 

B..\. 1585-6. One of these names V. of Gilcrux, Cumberland, 

i6ii. P.C. of Flimby and Camerton. (B. Nightingale.) 

BANCKES, PEREGRINE. Matric. from Trinity, Lent, 1593-4. 

BANKS, RALPH. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 1716. 

S. of John, of Kingston Hall, Wimbome. B. at Wimbome. 

Died in College, of small-pox, Dec. 1718. Brother of Henry 

(1719)- 
BANKES, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Magdalene, 

May 28, 1668. S. of Bernard, derk. School, Lincoln. 

Matric. 1669; B.A. 1671-2. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 24, 

1671; priest, Jime2, 1672. For a contemporary s«.^;.04;on. 



Banks, William 

BANKES, ROBERT. B.A. 1533-4; M.A. 1537. Fellow of 
St John's, 1536. Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, 1546. 
R. of Moreton, Essex, 1548. Buried at Moreton, Aug. 9, 
1591. WiU, P.C.C. (Cooper, 11. 108.) 

BANCKS, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Jesus, July 5, 1622. 
Matric. 1622. Probably ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 19; 
priest, Sept. 20, 1629; 'of Peterhouse, literate.' (? Of Beck 
Hall, Yorks., derk; see the next.) V. of Limpenhoe, Norfolk, 
1631. (Burke, Ext. Bart.) 

BANKS, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, May 3, 
1667. S. of Robert, of Beck Hall, Giggleswick. B. there. 
School, Giggleswick. Matric. 1667; B.A. 1670-1; M.A. 1675. 
R. of Thrybergh, Yorks., 1671-8. R. of Hooton Roberts, 
1678. V. of Conisbrough, 1680-1681. V. of Holy Trinity, 
Hull, 1689-1715. Preb. of Southwell, 1689-95. Preb. of 
York, 1695-1715. Died 1715. Father of Joseph (1708). 
(Peile, II. II.) 

BANKS, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, May 5, 
1718. S. of Thomas, of Winstanley, Lanes. School, Peover, 
Cheshire. 

BANKS, ROBERT. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 1720. 
S. of Thomas. B. in St Mary-at-Hill, London. Matric. 1721; 
B.A. 1724-5; M.A. 1728; M.D. 1735. Fellow, 1723. Prof, 
of Anatomy, 1735-46. Physician to Christ's Hospital, 1737. 
F.R.S. 1736. F.R.C.P. 1737. Gulstonian lecturer, 1738. 
Harveian orator, 1743. Practised in London. Died Nov. 
1746. (Harwood; Munk, 11. 134.) 

BANKS, ROGER. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1658. 
Of Herts. B.A. 1661-2; M.A. 1665. Signs for deacon's and 
priest's orders (London) Sept. 18, 1663. V. of Shepreth, 
Cambs., 1663-71. R. of Teston, Kent, 1673-82. V. of Chris- 
hall, Essex, 1682-9. Died 1689. 

BANKES, SAMUEL. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, Nov. 2, 
1608. Matric. 1608. Perhaps the Sam. Banck, gent., of 
Suffolk, adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Aug. i, 1608. 

BANKES, SIMON. M.A. 1605, incorp. from Oxford. Of Cumber- 
land. Matric. (Oxford) Nov. 26, 1596, age 18; B.A. 1600; 
M.A. 1603. R. of Felpham, Sussex, 1604. R. of S. Stoke, 
1616. Will proved (P.C.C.) Nov. 15, 1642. (H. G. Harrison.) 

BANKES, SUTTON. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, July 3, 
1741. S. of Langley, gent., of Lines. B. at Wilsford. School, 
Grantham. Matric. 1741. Migrated to Trinity, Jan. 31, 
1744. M.B. 1749- 

BANKES, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Easter, 1575. 
B. atClapham, Yorks. B.A. 1578-9; M.A. 1582. Ord. deacon 
(London) Mar. 25, 1578; 'aged 22; of High Ongar, Essex." 
Perhaps R. of St Benet Sherehog, London, 1583-8. R. of 
Stody, Norfolk, 1585, and probably R. of Hardwick, 1614. 
One of these names R. of St John Zachary, London, for 
four months to Feb. 1630-1; died 1631. 

BANKS, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1576; 
B.A. 1579-80; M.A. 1583. One of these names V. of S. 
Elkington, Lines., 1600-7. R- of Lutterworth, Leics., 1588. 

BANKES, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Easter, 1579. 
Of Denbighshire. B.A. from Corpus Christi, 1581-2; M.A. 
from Christ's, 1585. Grace for D.D. 1628. R. of Caerwys, 
Flints., 1582; of Pennant, Montgoms., 1583; of Llangwyn, 
1583; of Llansaintffraid, i585;andof Llandrillo, 1600. Preb. 
of St Asaph, 1585; Dean, 1587-1634. Died July 31, 1634; 
buried in the Cathedral. (Browne Willis, St Asaph.) 

BANKES, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, c. 1592; 
B.A. 1595-6. 

BANKS, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Michs. 
1609; B.A. 1612-3; M.A. 1616. 

BANKS, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1615. 
Of Ely. B.A. 1618-9. 

BANKS, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1618; 
B.A. 1622-3; M.A. 1626. Ord. deacon and priest (Norwich) 
Sept. 24, 1626. One of these names R. of Owmby, Lines., 
1627. 

BANKS, THOMAS. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1658. Of Yorks. 
B.A. 1661-2. Perhaps the same as the next. 

BANKES, THOMAS. Incorp. M.A. 1685, from Trinity College, 
Dublin. D.D. from Corpus Christi, 1685. R. of Newport 
PagneU, Bucks., 1688-1716. Father of Lowde (1707). 

BANKS, VALENTINE. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 
1589; B.A. 1592-3; M.A. 1596. 

BANKS, WILLIAM. B.Can.L. 1455-6; D.Can.L. 1464-5- 
Perhaps R. of Winfarthing, Norfolk, 1477-88. One of these 
names preb. of Lincoln, 1473-88. Died 1488. 

BANKS, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1548. 
One of these names V. of Beckford, Gloucs., 1554-8- R. o* 
Alderton, 1558-77- WiU proved (P.C.C.) 1578. (F. S. 
Hockaday.) 

BANKES, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1609. 



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BANKES, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1614; 
B.A. 1617; M.A. i6ai. Incorp. at Oxford, 1627. R. of 
Scrayingham, Yorks., 1627; and of Settrington, 1633-41. 
One of these names V. of Saltby, Leics., till 1639; died Jan. 
19. i639. (Nichols* Leics. 11. 305; Al. Oxon.) 
BANKS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Trinity. May 25, 1641. 

Matric. 1641. Possibly the same as the next. 
BANKS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, Michs. 
1649. B.A. 1649-50; M.A. 1654. Ord. deacon (Ely) Mar. 
14, 1662-3; priest, June 13, 1663. R. of East Hatley, 
Cambs., 1663. 
BANKS, WILLIAM. M.A. 1650 (Incorp. from Oxford). S. of 
William, of Gildersome, Yorks. School, Wakefield. Matric. 
(Oxford) Dec. 16, 1634, age 16; B.A. 1638; M.A. 1641. 
Ejected from a fellowship at University College, 1649. 
BANKS, WILLIABl Matric. sizar from Corpus Chiusti, Easter, 

1658 {impubes). 
BANKES, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, Jan. 20, 
1659-60. S. of William, of Cambridge. B. there. School, 
Bury St Edmunds. Matric. 1660; B.A. 1663-4; M.A. 1667. 
Si^s for priest's orders (London) June i, 1667; C. of Samp- 
ford, Essex. 
BANKS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, May 31, 
1670. S. of John, yeoman, of Clapham, Yorks. B. there. 
School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1670; B.A. 1673-4. V. of Mitton- 
in-Craven, Yorks., 1696. Died 1719. One of these names 
V. of St Mary Magdalen, Whalley, Lanes., 1675. 
BANCKS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, June 26, 
1678. S. of John. School, Westminster. Matric. 1679; 
Scholar, 1679. Migrated to Pembroke. B.A. 1681-2; Fellow, 
1682-5; M.A. 1685. Moderator, 1685. Taxor, 1693. Classical 
scholar; edited Catullus for the University Ftess. Died 
1699. 
BANKES, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 4, 
1698-9. S. of William, of Dawley, Shropshire. School, 
Hadley. Matric. 1699. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 19, 1703; 
priest (Lincoln) Dec. 24, 1710. V. of Whitwick, Leics., 
1710-15. 
BANKS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Sept. 2?, 
1716. S. of William, lawyer, of Yorks. B. at Skipton. 
School, Skipton. Matric. 1716; LL.B. 1724. Ord. deacon 
(York) Aug. 15, 1725. Master of Skipton School, 1727-30. 
Died Dec. 11, 1730. {Scott-Mayor, iii. 307.) 

BANKS, , Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1544. 

BANKHOUSE, ROBERT. B.A. 1517-8. 
BANKHOUSE, THOMAS. B.A. 1503-4; M.A. 1515-6. 
BANKWORTH, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 
1607; B.A. 1610-1; M.A. 1614; D.D. 1626. Fellow, 1612. 
Ord. priest (Peterb.) May 26, 1621. Canon of Hereford, 
1621-3. 
BANNE, NATHANIEL Adm. pens, at Jesus, May 13, 1654. 
Of Cheshire. School, Manchester. Matric. 1654; Scholar, 
1655; B.A. 1657-8; M.A. i66i; M.D. 1690 {Lit. Reg.). 
Ejected minister from Caldecote, Rutland, 1662. After- 
wards practised physic at Manchester. Governor of Chet- 
ham's Hospital, 1681. Father of the next. {Calamy, 11. 
314.) 
BANN, NATHANIEL Adm. pens, at Jesus, Mar. 16, 1686-7. Of 
Manchester. S. of Nathaniel, above. Matric. 1687; Scholar, 
1689; B.A. 1690-1; M.A. 1694. Librarian, Chetham's 
HospiUl, 1693. P.C. of Blackley, Lanes., 1705-11. R. of St 
Ann's, Manchester, till 1736. Chaplain to Bishop Gastrell. 
Died 1736. (Mumford, Mane*. Gr. ScA.) 
BANN, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 1548. 
BANNATINE, ANDREW. M.A. 1629 (Incorp. from Edinburgh). 

M.A. (Edinburgh) 1623. 
BANNISTER, see BANISTER. 
BANNOCKE, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Cokpus Christi, 

Lent, 1384-5; B.A. 1588-9. 
SANSON, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Christ's, July lo, 1703. 
S. of George. B. at Langley, Essex. School, Bishop's Stortford. 
Matric. 1705; Scholar, 1704-5; B.A. 1707-8. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Feb. 1707-8. C. of Felbrigg, Norfolk. R. of Mees- 
den, Herts., 1711-30. V. of Little St Bartholomew, London. 
Died Feb. 9, 1750. (G. Mag.; Peile, 11. 157.) 
SANSON, JOHN. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Jan. 3, 1740-1. 
S. of John (above), V. of Meesden, Herts. B. there, 1720. 
Colleger at Eton, 1729-38. Matric. sizar, April, 1739; LL.B. 
1743; LL.D. 1730. Fellow, 1743-53. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
Dec. 19, 1742; priest. May 20, 1744. R. of Swannington, 
Norfolk, I75I-9- V. of Wood Dalling, 1751-9. 
SANTOFT, SAMUEL Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Michs. 1637. 
Of Suflolk. Matric. 1638; B.A. 1641-2; M.A. from Jesus, 
1643. Fellowofjccut, 1644-1630; ejected. V. of Stebbing, 
EMex, 1634; ejected 1662. Died at Ipcwich, Aug. 21, 1692, 
a«ed73. M.L at St Heieo's, Ipswich. (Dmidt, 9. A7i.) 

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BANYARDE, EDMUND. Matric. pens, from Christ's. May. 

1552. 
BANYER, see also BANIER. 
BANYER, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Nov. 3, 1713. 

Of Wisbech, Cambs. B.A. x7iy-%; M.A. 1721; D.D. 1735. 

Fellow, 1719. Ord. deacon (Lincohi) May 1; priest, May 3, 

1724. R.of Southwick,Northants.,i73i. Afternoon preacher 

at Gray's Inn. V. of Royston, Herts. Died Oct. 1751, aged 53. 

Buried at Royston; M.I. there. Father of the next. 
BANYER, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, May 29, 

1746. S. of Edward (above), V. of Royston, Herts. School, 

Westminster. Matric. 1747; Scholar, 1747; B.A. 1749-50. 

Adm. at Gray's Inn, July 17, 1741. Died Apr. 1782. (Al. 

Westmon. 339.) 

BANYER, LAURENCE. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, July 7. 1721. 

Of Cambs. 

BARADALL, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Michs. 
1568. B. c. 1548. B.A. from Peterhouse, 1571-2. Ord. 
by Bishop of Gloucester, c. 1571-3. R. of Hathem. Leics. 
(F. S. Hockaday.) 

BARADELL, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, 
Jtme 25, 1679. S. of Thomas, attorney at-law. B. at Swan- 
nington, Leics. School, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Matric. 1679. 
One of these names V. of Shepeshead, Leics., 1689-98. 

BARBAULD, THEOPHILUS LEWIS. Adm. pens, (age 15) at 
Trinity, June 27, 1724. S. of Ezekiel, of Hoxton, London, 
clerk. School, Hoxton. Matric. 1724; Scholar, 1723; B.A. 
1727-8; M.A. 1731. R. of St Vedast, Foster Lane, London, 
1744- Died 1779. 

BARBEE or BERBE, ROBERT. B.A. 1527-8. 

BARBER, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, May 9, 1634. 

Of Lines. Matric. 1634; M.B. 1640. Perhaps of Hanbeck, 

Wilsford, Lines. {T. A. Walker.) 
BARBER, EDMUND. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Lent, 1598-9. 

For possible suggestions see Peile, i. 230. 
BARBER, EDMUND. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, 

Michs. 16x9. Of Suffolk. B.A. 1622-3; M.A. 1626. R. of 

Somerleyton, Suffolk, 1644-62; ejected. 

BARBER, EDMUND. Scholar of King's, 1674 {extraord. eleUus). 
B. at Bury, Suffolk, c. 1656. Matric. 1674; B.A. 1677-8. 
Fellow, 1677. 

BARBER, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1582; 
B.A. 1585-6; M.A. 1589; M.D. 1599. 

BARBER, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, July 6, 
1698. S. of Thomas (1671-2), gent., of Denver, Norfolk. 
B. at Downham. School, Bradenham. Matric. 1698: 
Scholar, 1698-1701. Resided at Wilburton, Cambs. Died 
before 1727. Brother of Robert (1698). (K«tn, i. 501.) 

BARBER, FRANCIS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1622. 

BARBER, FRANCIS. Adm. sizar at Caius, Feb. 13, 1638-9, 
age 16. S. of Edmund, husbandman, deceased. Of Redisham, 
Suffolk. School, Botesdale. Matric. 1639; Scholar, 1642-6; 
B.A. 1642-3; M.A. 1646. V. of Stoke Holy Cross, Norfolk, 
1663. One of these names ejected from S. Rainham, 1660. 
{Venn, i. 334.) 

BARBER, GABRIEL. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, 
Easter, 1631. Of Herts. S. of Gabriel, of Hertford. B.A. 
1632-3; M.A. 1636; Lie. Med. 1639; M.D. 1645. Practised 
physic at Hertford. Died 1691. Buried at St Andrew's, 
Hertford. WiU (P.C.C.) 1691. {Vis. of Herts., 1634; Misc. 
Gen. et Her. i. 59.) 

BARBER, GABRIEL Adm. pens, at Jesus, July 4, 1668. Of 
Beds. Matric. 1668. Migrated to Corpus Christi, 1671. B.A. 
1671-2; M.A. 1675. Fellow, 1674-5. Adm. extra-licentiate. 
College of Physicians, June 7, 1678. Probably s. of John 
(1635, brother of Gabriel, above). Inherited from his unrJe, 
above. Buried at South Weald, Essex. {Misc. Gen. et Her. i. 
59.) 

BARBER, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, May 12, 
1722. S. of William, husbandman, of Yorks. B. at Kippax 
near Pontefract. Schools, Sherburne and Sedbergh. Matric. 
1723; B.A. 1725-6. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) May 28, 1727; 
priest, Sept. 21, 1729; C. of Maiston, and of Ampthill, 
Beds., 1729. Perhaps P.C. of Tarleton, Lanes., 1746-65. 
Died Jan. 1765. {Scott-Mayor, in. 348.) 

BARBOR, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 17, i74fr-7- 
S. of Robert, attorney at law, of Middlesex. B. in London. 
School, Westminster. Matric. 1747. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Oct. 31, 1750. 

BARBER, GREGORY. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Mar. 3, 
1644-5, S. of Robert (1626}, of Denver, Norfolk, gent. 
Schools, Bex well and Downham. Matric. 1645; Scholar, 
1646-30; B.A. 1648-9. Of Denver, Esq. Buried there, Nov. 
16, 1673. {Venn, 1. 336.) 



Barber, Henry 

BARBER, HENRY. Adm at King's a scholar from Eton, 1580. 

B. at Prestbury, Cheshire, c. 1562. Matric. 1580. Fellow, 
1583-4. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 6, 1588, age 27. 

C. of Barking. Ord. priest, Apr. 30, 1589. V. of Grays 
Thurrock, Essex, 1598-1605. 

BARBER, HENRY. B.A. from Trinity, 1625-6. 
BARBER, J. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 1496. 
BARBER or BARBAR, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Pem- 
broke, May 21, 1640. S. of Geoffrey, farmer. B. in Suffolk. 

Matric. 1640; B.A. 1643-4. 
BARBER, JAMES. Adm. sizar at Pembroke, Jiyie 19, 1671. 

S. of James, gent. B. at Stradbroke, Suffolk. Matric. 1671 ; 

B.A. 1674-5; M.A. 1678. 
BARBER or BARBOR, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Corpus 

Christi, c. 1595. B. at Gt Stukeley, Hunts., 1577. B.A. 

1598^; M.A. 1602. Ord. priest (Lincoln) June 15, 1606. V. 

of Leighton Bromswold, Hunts., 1607-23. 
BARBER, JOHN. B.A. from Trinity, 1612-3. 
BARBOUR, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Sidney, June 12, 

1633. S. of Roger, shoemaker. B. in Chancery Lane, London. 

Schools, Hertford and Westminster. 
BARBER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 11, 1633-4. 

Of Suffolk. Matric. 1634; B.A. 1637-8; M.A. 1641. 
BARBER, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, Michs. 

1635. Of Herts. 

BARBER, JOHN. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, Aug. 25, 

1636, age 15. Of Windsor. Matric. 1637; B.A. 1640-1. 
Fellow, 1639-42. 

BARBER, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Clars, May 19, 1637. Matric. 

1637. 
BARBER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Nov. 16, 1681. 

One John Barbor adm. at the Middle Temple, 1687. 
BARBOR, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Jan. 30, 
1744-5. S. of William (1717-8), M.D., of Barnstaple, Devon. 
B. at Landkey. School, Barnstaple. Matric. 1745; Scholar, 
1745-7. Brother of William (1741). (Venn, 11. 56.) 
BARBER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. i, 1747. B.A. 

from St John's College, Oxford. 
BARBER, MATTHEW, Of St Catharine's. Ord. deacon 

(Lincoln) Mar. 10, 1754. Should have resided c. 175 1. 
BARBER, NICHOLAS. B.A. 1506-7. 

BARBER, RALPH. Matric. sizar from Clare, Michs., 1621; 

B.A. 1625. V. of Keelby, Lines., 1631. V. ofGk)ulceby, 1637. 

BARBER, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, 

Easter, 1628; B.A. 1631-2. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 17, 

1632-3; priest, Dec. 22, 1633. C. of Spexhall, Suffolk, 1637. 

BARBAR, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Christ's, May, 1580; 

B.A. 1583-4. Licensed to teach grammar in Norwich diocese, 

Nov. 1584. 

BARBER, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, x6io. 

BARBER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Caius, July i, 1626, age 20. 

S. of Robert, gent B. at Carleton Rode, Norfolk. School, 

Bunwell. Matric. 1626; Scholar, 1626-30; B.A. 1629-30; 

M.A. 1633. Of East Hall, Denver. Died before 1644. 

Father of Gregory (1644-5). (Venn, i. 277.) 

BARBER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, Jan. 30, 

1626-7. S. of William. B. at Kensworth, Herts. Schools, 

Flamstead, Berkhampstead, and Sutton, Beds. Matric. 

1627. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1631. (Peile, i. 379.) 

BARBER, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from St Catharine's, Michs. 

1642. Of Suffolk. B.A. 1645-6; M.A. 1649. 
BARBER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 9, 1668. S. of 
Thomas, gent., deceased, late of Denver, Norfolk. B. there. 
Schools, Swafiham Market and Thetford. Matric. 1668; 
M.A. 1671 (Lit. Reg.). Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 27, 
1672. Buried at Denver, Nov. 6, 1677. (Venn, 1. 435.) 
BARBER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, July 6, 
1698. S. of Thomas (1671-2), gent., of Denver, Norfolk. 
B. there. School, Bradenham. Matric. 1698; Scholar, 1698- 
1704; B.A. 1701-2. Died 1711. Buried at Denver, Sept. 8. 
Brother of Edward (1698). (Venn, i. 501.) 
BARBER, ROGER. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Nov. 1559. 
One of these names (s. of Roger, of Bury St Edmunds, gent.) 
was adm. at the Inner Temple, Feb. 12, 1582-3, late of 
Lyon's Inn. (Peile, i. 69.) 
BARBER, ROGER. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. 11, 1592, age t6. 
S. of Roger, gent. B. at Bury, Suffolk. School, Bury. B.A. 
from Trinity, 1596-7; M.A. 1600. Perhaps V. of Atcham, 
Salop, 1622; and R. of Stapleton, 1625. One of these names, 
of Bury, Suffolk, was adm. at the Inner Temple, 1597. 
BARBOUR or BARBAR, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age ij) at 
Magdalene, Feb. 24, 1670-x. S. of Gerald, of Uttoxeter, 
Staffs. School, Uttoxeter. Matric. 1671. Adm. at Gray's 
Inn, May 16, 1674. Barrister, 1681. 



Barclay, John 

BARBER, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, July 6, 
1725. S. of John, husbandman, of Beds. B. at Southill. 
School, Southill. Matric. 1725. 

BARBOUR, THOMAS. B.A. 1509-10. One of these names V. 
of Ehnstead, Essex, 1511; perhaps also R. of Dengey, 1557-8. 

BARBOR, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 155a. 

BARBER, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 
1560. Of Middlesex. B.A. 1563-4; M.A. 1567; B.D. 1576. 
Fellow, 1565. Ord. deacon (Ely) July 29, 1565. Perhaps 
V. of Stoke Newington, Midds., 1575. Preacher at St Mary- 
le-Bow; suspended for non-conformity, 1587. Puritan author. 
Belonged to the presbyterian church at Wandsworth. 
(D.N.B.; Cooper, 11. 236.) 

BARBER, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Sidney, May 12, 
1671. ist s. of John, R. of Whenby, Yorks. School, York. 
Matric. 1671; B.A, 1674-5; M.A. 1680. Perhaps V. of 
Aby, Lines. 

BARBER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Jan. 31, 
1671-2. S. of Thomas, gent., of Denver, Norfolk. Schools, 
Denver, Ely and Eton (where he was a colleger). Matric. 
1672-3; Scholar, 1672-78; B.A. 1675-6; M.A. 1679. Fellow, 
1678-80. Buried Jan. 7, 1687-8. Father of Edward (1698) 
and Robert (1698). Brother of Robert (1668). (K«nn, i. 446.) 

BARBER, THOMAS GAUNT. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, 

May 17, 1742. S. of William, of Tickhill, Yorks. School, 

Doncaster. Matric. 1742; B.A. 1745-6. 
BARBOUR, WALTER. Adm. at King's, scholar, 1457. B.A. 

1461-2; M.A. 1467-8. Headmaster of Eton, 1475. One of 

these names R. of Church Langton, Leics. Died 1500. 

(Nichols, II. 666.) 
BARBOUR (? WILLIAM). M.A. 1481-2. Probably William, 

of York diocese, fellow of the Hospital of St John, Cambridge; 

ord. deacon (Norwich) Apr. 1, 1480. 

BARBER, WILLIAM. Of Peterhouse. B.A. 1502-3. 
BARBER, W. Matric pens, from Trinity Hall, Michs. 1561. 
BARBER, WILLIAM. Matric pens, from Qweens', Easter, 1571. 

BARBER, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Michs. 

1583, Probably scholar of Emmanuel, Sept. 1587 ; nominated 

by the founder. B.A. 1589-90. Ord. deacon and priest 

(Peterb.) Apr. 11, 1595. R. of Low Toynton, Lines., 1605 

('B.A.'). 
BARBER, WILLIAM. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1619. Of 

Suffolk. 
BARBOR, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Emmanuel, Easter, 

1620; B.A. 1623-4. Probably s. of Gabriel, of Herts. Died 

s.p. before 1649. (Misc. Gen. et Her. i. 58.) 
BARBOUR, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 1664. Scholar 

from Westminster. Scholar, 1665; Matric. Lent, 1667-8; B.A. 

1667-8; M.A. 1685. Ord. priest (Chester) Sept. 15, 1670. 

R. of Fritton, Suffolk, 1674-1675. R. of Famdish, Beds., 

1675-84. V. of Chicheley, Bucks., 1685-1724. Died 1724. 

Buried at Chicheley. 
BARBER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 19, 1681. 

Of Suffolk. Matric. 1681; B.A. 1690-1. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 

Sept. 20, 1691; priest (Norwich) Sept. 1693. R. of Flordon, 

Norfolk, 1695. 
BARBER, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, Jime 8, 

1715. S. of William (1681), R, of Flordon, Norfolk. B. there. 

School, Norwich. Matric. 1715; Scholar, 1715-9; B.A. 

1718-9. 
BARBOR, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Mar. 19, 

1717-8. S. of William, M.D., of Barnstaple, Devon. B. there. 

School, Barnstaple. Matric. 1718; Scholar, 1718-23; M.B. 

1723 ; M.D. 1735. Lived at Barnstaple. Probably practised 

medicine there. Buried there, Nov. 21, 1767. (Venn, 11. 9.) 

BARBOR, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, June 10, 

1741. S. of William {1717-8), M.D., of Barnstaple, Devon. 

B. there. School, Barnstaple. Matric. 1741; Scholar, 1742-6; 

M.B. 1746. Buried at Fremingtoo, July 12, 1800. Brother 

of John (1745). (Venn, 11. 50.) 
BARBAR, . Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Easter, 1544. 

BARBETT, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 20, 
1612. Matric. 1612; B.A. from Magdalene, 1615-6. V. of 
Chislett, Kent, 1633. 

BARBON, HUGH. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1373. 

BARBRUNE, . B.A. 1486-7. 

BARCLAY, see also BARKLEY and BERKELEY. 

BARCLAY, EDWARD. B.A. from Trinity, 1604-5; M.A. x6o8. 
Old. deacon and priest (Peterb.) Mar. 8, 1611-2 

BARCLAY, JOHN. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 1750. 
S. of James, canon of Windsor. B. Mar. 28, 1732. Matnc. 
1750; B.A. 1735; M.A. 1758. Fellow, 1753. 



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Barcock, James 

BARCOCK, JAMES. Matric pens, from Pkmbrokx, ICchs. 

1677; B.A. 1679-80; M.A. 1683. 
BARCOCKE, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity Haix, c. 

1593; Scholar, 1594; LL.B. 1608-9. Fellow, 1608-19. Ord. 

deacon (Lincoln) Mar. i, 1618-9; priest (Peterb.) May 31, 

16x9. R. of Gazeley, Suffolk; sequestered. Buried there. 

May 6, 1658. 
BARCOCK, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from St John's, Lent, 

1557-8. 
BARCOCK, WILLIAM Matric pens from Magdalene, c. 

1597; B.A. i6oo-i; M.A. 1604. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 

July 18, 1602; C of Gt Linstead, Suffolk, 1604; priest 

(Norwich) Sept. 29, 1604. Perhaps R. of Stuchbury, 

Northants., 1605-17. Died 1617. (Baker, i. 691.) 
BARCOT, JOHN. M.A. Licensed, by Bishop of Ely, to preach 

in Latin or English in the diocese, 1456. 
BARCROFT, ut also BEARCROFT. 
BARCROFT, GEORGE. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 

1574; B.A. 1577-8. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Aug. 30, 1590; 

'M.A.' Minor Canon of Ely, and organist, 1579. V. of 

Dullingham, Cambs., 1589. Died c. 1610. (Cooper, iii. 14; 

D.N.B.) 
BARCROFT, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 4, 1751. 

S. of William, clerk. School, Felstead. Matric. 1751, age 18. 
BARCROFT, HUGH. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Apr. 19, 1620, 

age 17. S. of Humphrey. B. in St Giles, Cripplegate. 

School, Westminster. Matric. 1620; B.A. 1623-4; M.A. 1627; 

B.D. 1634; D.D. 1660. Incorp. at Oxford, 1627. R. of 

Wyberton, Lines., 1638; and of S. Hykenham, 1639. Canon 

of Lincoln, 1661-7. R. of Edmundthorpe, Leics., 1662. Died 

1667. (Al. Oxon.) 
BARCROFT, HUMPHREY. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, June 25, 

1587. S. of Thomas, of IghtenhiU Park, Lanes. Matric. 1587; 
Scholar; B.A. 1590-1; M.A. 1594. V. of Mucking, Essex, 
1602-10. Died 1610. Will (P.C.C.) 1610; 'Minister of St 
Giles', Cripplegate.' 

BARCROFT, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Magdalene, 
July 2, 1740. S. of John. B. at Colne, Lanes., Aug. 16, 
1724. School, Halifax. Matric 1740; B.A. 1743-4; M.A. 
1747, Fellow, 1747. Ord. deacon (Chester) June 14, 1747. C, 
of TrenthamandLongdon. Died Sept. i8, 1748. His father is 
wrongly called James in the Magdalene Register. (J. Parker.) 

BARCROFT, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, June 27, 
1627. S. of Humphrey, elerk. B. in St Giles, Cripplegate. 
Schools, Bimtingtord and Bramfield. Matric. 1627; B.A. 
1630-1; M.A. 1634. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 9; priest, 
Dec 22, 1639. Ejected from Broughton Gifford, Wilts., 
1663. Died c. 1665. Brother of Hugh (1620). (Calamy, 11. 
499-) 

BARCROFT, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 9, 1676. Of 
Middlesex. Matric. FelLA^om. 1676. 

BARCROFT, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 
1614. Probably s. and h. of William, of Barcroft, Lanes. 
Bapt. at Burnley, Dec 5, 1595. B.A. (?) 1618-9; M.A. from 
Emmanuel, 1622. Compounded for Knighthood, 1631. Died, 
immarried, 1647. (J. Parker.) 

BARCROI^, SAMUEL. Adm. scholar (age 17) at Sidney, 
June lo, 1712. 2nd s. of William (1673), D.D., of Chichester. 
School, Winchester. Brother of William (1708). 

BARCROFT, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 

1588. S. of Robert, of Barcroft, Lanes. B.A. 1591-2; M.A. 
1595. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Apr. 19; priest, July 31, 1596. 
v. of Gt Limber, Lines., 1596. (Vis. 0/ Lanes., 1664.) 

BARCROFT, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 
1622. Probably 3rd s. of William, of Barcroft (and brother 
of Robert and William). According to Al. Oxon. he matric. 
from Brascnose, Oxford, Dec. 5, 1623, age 18; B.A. 1626; 
M.A. 1631. Of Barcroft. Died "1668. (J. Parker.) 

BARCROFT, WILUAlrL Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 
1566; B.A. 1569-70; M.A. 1573. One of these names V. of 
Fordham, Cambs., 1571. Named in a list of 'poor scholars' 
who had a gift of 6s. 8d. out of the estate of Robert Nowell, 
of Reade, Lanes., Apr. 1569. (J. Parker.) 

BARCROFT, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 
1615; B.A. 1618-9; M.A. 1622. Perhaps V. of Habrough, 
Lines., 1631. But see Al. Oxon. for a contemporary. 

BARCROFT, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Sidney, 
Apr. 24, 1673. Only s. of Paul, mercer, deceased. B. at 
York. School, York. Matric. 1673; B.A. 1676-7; M.A. 1680; 
D.D. 1706. Ord. priest (London) Mar. 12, 1681-2. Treasurer 
of Chichester, 1692 -1712. Father of the next and of Samuel 
(1712). (East Anglian, 11. 243.) 

BARCROFT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Sidney, 
June 2, 1708. ist s. of William, D.D., of Chichester (above). 
B. in London. School, Winchester. Matric. 1708; Scholar; 
B.A. 17x1-2; M.A. 17x5. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 20, 



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Barfoot, Edward 

17x3; priest, Jan. i, 1713-4. V. of Hockham, Norfolk, 
1714-7. R. of Fairstead, Essex, 1727-58. V. of Kelvedon, 
1729-58. Died 1758. Benefactor to Sidney College. (Hist, 
of Sidney, 181.) 

BARDE or BEARD, GEORGE. Matric. from Trinity, Easter, 
1584. S. of WiUiam, of Talbygath, Lines. V. of Staines, 
Middlesex, 1586-1616. Died 1616. Will (P.C.C.) 1616. (CoU. 
Top. et Gen. iv. 59.) 

BARD, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1589. 
Of N. Kelsey, Lines. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Jan. 29, 1592-3. 
S. of Ralph, of N. Kelsey. (Lines. Pedigrees.) 

BARD, HENRY, Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, in 1632. 
S. of George {1584), V. of Staines, Middlesex. B.A. 1636-7; 
M.A. 1641. Fellow, 1635-45. D.C.L. (Oxford) 1643. Royalist 
colonel. Governor of Worcester. Knighted, Nov. 22, 1643. 
Created Viscount Bellomont, 1645. Travelled much m 
Europe and the East. Taken prisoner by the Parliamentary 
forces, during the Civil War, and exiled. Sent by Charles II 
(before his restoration) as ambassador to Persia. Perished 
in a sandstorm, 1660. (Harwood; D.N.B.) 

BARD, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs, 1589. 
Of North Kelsey, Lines. S. and h. of Ralph. Adm. at 
Gray's Inb, Oct. 11, 1591. Of North Kelsey, Esq. Barrister, 
1617. Ancient, 1617. Married Elizabeth, dau. of Richard 
Rossiter, of Somerby. Brother of George (1589). (Lines. 
Pedigrees.) 

BARDOLPHE, EDMUND. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 
1607. 

BARDOLF, WILLIAM. Pensioner at King's Hall, 1387. 

BARDON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Michs. 
1579; B.A. 1583-4; M.A. 1587. One of these names V. of 
St Nicholas, Beverley, 1591-1613. Preb. of York, 1600-13. 

BARDON, WILLIAM B.A. from St John's, x6oo-i. Perhaps 

V. of Silkstone, Yorks., 1615-25. 
BARDON, WILLIAM Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 

1619. 
BARDEN, WILLIAM Adm. sizar (age 20) at St John's, Feb. 19, 

1630-1. S.ofWilliam,V.of Feliskirk,Yorks. B. at Rudding- 

ton, Notts. School, Lockington, Yorks. (private). Matric. 

1631; B.A. 1634-5; M.A. 1638. 
BARDON, WILLIAM Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, Nov. 22, 

1639. S. of Alexander, V. of Rillington, Yorks. B. there. 

School, York. Matric. 1639. 
BARDS, ADRIAN DE. LL.B. Pens, at Gonville Hall in 1491. 

A Florentine. Treasurer of Hereford Cathedral, 1478-86. 

Preb. of Hereford, 1479; of Lincoln, 1480-1501. R. of St 

Mary Lothbury, London, 1498. (Venn, 1. 14.) 
BARDSEY, EDBIUND. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 

1602. Of Leics. Probably s. of Neville, of Scalford. B.A. 

1605-6; M.A. 1609; D.D. 1622. Fellow, 1608-13. Ord. 

deacon (Peterb.) June 2, 1616. V. of Scalford, 1617-53. 

R. of Hickling, Notts., 1617-53; where he gave the com- 
munion cup. Buried at Scalford, Feb. 27, 1653. (Nicliols, 

II. 315; Godfrey, Notts.) 
BARDSEY, GEORGE. Matric. Fell. -Com. from Queens', Lent, 

1622-3 (adm. pens. 1620). S. of Neville, of Scalford, Leics. 

B.A. 1622-3; M.A. 1626; B.D. 1633; D.D. 1638. FeUow, 

1625-44: ejected. Incorp. at Oxford, Aug. 12, 1645. Ord. 

deacon (Peterb.) May 23; priest. May 24, 1630. V. of 

Arkesden, Essex, 1635. Died at Oxford; buried Jan. 20, 

1645-6. (Al. Oxon.; Lines. Pedigrees.) 
BARDSEY, JAMES. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1631. 

OfLeics. S.ofJames.ofLittleGonerby, Lines., Esq. B. 1616. 

B.A. 1634-5; M.A. 1638. Created B.D. at Oxford, 1643. 

Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Mar. 1, 1639-40. R. of Hickling, 

Notts., 1641. Died Oct. 27, 1651. M.I. at Scalford, Leics., 

according to which he was s. of Edmund (1602), D.D. 

(Lines. Pedigrees; Al. Oxon.; Nichols, 11. 317.) 
BARDWARE, THOMAS. Conduct of Kino's College. Admon. 

(V.C.C.) 1541. 
BARDWELL, JAMES, see BERDWELL. 
BARDWELL, Rector of (JOHN MORGELL). B.Can.L. 149a. 
BARENHAM, see BARNHAM. 
BARESBY, WILLIAM Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 24, 

1 72 1. OfLeics. School, Oakham. Matric. 1721; Scholar; 

LL.B. 1727. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 19, i7*5; P^est, 

Sept. 20, 1730. R. of Lowesby, Leics., 1738. V. of 

Ratcliffe-on-the-Wreake, 1745. Died 1763- (NtchoU, iii. 

347, 382.) 
BARESLEY, ELLIS. Matric. sizar from Clare, Michs. 1366. 
BARFOOT or BAIRFOTE, EDWARD. Matric pens, from 

Christ's, Mich*. 1368. One of these names of Furnival s 

Inn, and afterwardb of Lincoln's Inn, 1576. Probably of 

Lamboum HaU, Essex. (PtiU, 1. 108.) 

6—2 



Barfoot, Francis 

BARFOOTE, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Emmanukl, May 28, 

1606. Matric 1606. 

BARFOTE, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Michs. 1572. 
B. at Lamboume, Essex. B.A. 1576-7. Incorp. at Oxford, 
1581. M.A. (Oxford) 1582. Ord. deacon (London) May, 1578, 
age 24. R. of Fyfield, Essex, 1578. Probably brother of 
Edward. 

BAREFOOT, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, May 14, 
1706. S. of John, wool stapler, of Norwich. B. there. 
Schools, Norwich and Reepham. Matric. 1706; Scholar, 
1706-10; B.A. 1709-10. Ord. deacon (Norwich) July 6, 
1712; priest, Jan. 18, 1712-3. R. of Sidestrand and Over- 
strand, 1713-48. {Venn, 1. 514.) 

BARFOOT, JOHN. Grace for degree (B.Can.L., or B.D.), 1467-8; 
for absence from processions, 1478. V. of St Clement's, 
Cambridge, 1474-1516. V. of Etedham, Essex, 1509-16. 
Died 1516. 

BARFOOT, THOMAS. A priest. B.Can.L. 1522-3. R. of St 
Dionis Backchurcb, London, 1530-48. Buried there, July 
X5, 1548. Will (P.C.C). Probably of Lamboume, Essex. 
(J. C. Smith.) 

BARFOOTE, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 1580. 

BAREFOOT, WILLIAM Adm. sizar at Jesus, Jan. 24, 1661-2. 
Of Herts. Matric. 1661-2; B.A. 1665-6. 

BARFORD, BARFOOT or BEARSFORD, JAMES. Scholar at 

King's Hall, 1470-1515. Probably the same as James 

Basforth, whom see. 
BARFORD, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Emmanuel, Lent, 1623-4. 

School, Market Bosworth. B.A. 1627-8; M.A. 1631. Ord. 

deacon (Peterb.) July 6, 1628. Dixie fellow of Emmanuel. 

V. of Gt Finborough, Suffolk, 1630-2. Died 1632. 

BARFORD, ROBERT. B.Civ. (or Can.) L. 1458-9. Probably 
archdeacon of Barum, 1478-^5. Treasurer of Exeter, 1477. 
Died Oct. 8, 1485. 

BARFORD, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 
1585; B.A. 1589-90; M.A. 1593. 

BARFORD, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 
1628. OfNorthants. B.A. 1631-2; M.A. 1635. One of these 
names R. of Beeby, Leics., 1663. 

BARFORD, THOMAS. M.A. from King's, 1715. School, 
Charterhouse. B.A. (New College, Oxford) 1708. V. of 
N. Newnton, Wilts., 1711. V. of Winterboume Stoke, Wilts., 
1711. R. of Chalbury, Dorset, 1714. V. of Horton, Dorset, 
1719. Died Feb. 21, 1765. Father of the next. (Al. Oxon.; 
G.M.; Hutchins, in. 159.) 

BARFORD, WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
1737. B. at Chalbury, Dorset. S. of Thomas (above). 
Matric. 1738; B.A. 1742-3; M.A. 1746; D.D. 1771. Fellow, 
1741- Taxor, 1748, 1757. Proctor, 1761-2. Public orator, 
1762-8. Fellow of Eton College, 1784. Ord. deacon (Lincohi) 
June 13, 1742. V. of Milton, Cambs., 1751. V of Fording- 
bridge, Hants., 1768-73. R. of Kimpton, Herts., 1773. 
R. of All Hallows, Lombard St, 1778-92. Preb. of Canter- 
bury, 1770. Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Com- 
mons. Died at Kimpton, Nov. 1792. (Harwood, 98; D.N.B.) 

BARGAR, JOHN. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Clare, Easter, 1588. 
Perhaps of Kent, adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 7, 1590. 

BARGER, JOHN. B.A. from Clare, 1604-5; M.A. from Trinity, 

1609 as 'Bergeus.' 
BARGAR or BARGRAVE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from 

Clare, c. 1596; B.A. 1599-1600; M.A. 1603; B.D. i6ro; 

D.D. 1621, as Bargrave. R. of Jevington, Sussex, 1614-21. 

Died 1621. 

BARGRAVE or BARGER, ISAAC. B.A. from Pembroke, 1606 
-7; M.A. 1610; D.D. from Clare, 1621. S. of Robert, of 
Bridge, Kent. Taxor, 1612. Ord. deacon and priest 
(Peterb.) May 10, 1612. Incorp. at Oxford, 1608, and 1611. 
Adm. at Lincohi's Inn, 1622. R. of Eythom, Kent, 1614- 
42. R. of St Margaret's, Westminster, 1622. Canon of Can- 
terbury, 1622-5. Dean, 1625-43- V.ofTenterden, 1626-7; of 
Lydd, 1627; and R. of Chartham, 1628-43. Buried in 
Canterbury Cathedral, Jan. 25, 1642-3. M.I. Father of 
Robert (1641-2) and Thomas (1636-7). (Walker, Sufferings; 

BARGRAVE, JAMES. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi. 
Easter, 1657. Of Kent. Nephew of Isaac 

BARGRAVE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Pkterhouse, Lent, 
1629-30. Of Kent. S. of John, of Bifrons, Kent (brother of 
Isaac, above). B.A. 1632-3; M.A. 1636; D.D. 1660 (Lit. Reg.). 
Incorp. at Oxford, 1663. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1637; ejected, 
1644; restored 1660-3. R- of Harbledown, Kent, 1661-70; 
and R. of Pluckley, Kent, 1662-76. Canon of Canterbury, 
1662-80. Travelled during the Commonwealth in the Low 
Countries, France, Germany, Italy. Returned at the Restora- 



Barker, Benoni 

tion. Chosen to go on a mission to redeem English captives 
from the Algerines, 1662-3. Married Frances, dau. of Sir 
John Wild, Knt. Died May 11, 1680. Buried in Canterbury 
Cathedral. {T. A. Walker, 40; D.N.B.) 

BARGRAVE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 5. 1654. 
Of Kent. S. and b. of Robert, of Patrixboume, Kent, Esq. ; 
adm. ^t Gray's Inn, Oct. 31, 1654. (Bargrave pedigree in 
Vis. of Kent, 1619.) 

BARGRAVE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Clark, Mar. 23, 1641-2. 
S. of Isaac (above). Dean of Canterbury. Adm. at Gray's 
Inn, Aug. 14, 1640. Married Elizabeth, dau. of Robert 
Turner, of CanterbiUTf. 

BARGRAVE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Peterhouse, 
Mar. 10, 1636-7. S. and h. of Isaac (above). Dean of Canter- 
bury. School, Eton. Matric. 1637. Became Fell.-Com. 1638-9. 
Adm. at Gray's Inn, Aug. 14, 1640. Of Eastry Court, 
Kent. Married a niece of Sir Henry Wotton. Died 1682. 
{Vis. of Kent, 1619; T. A. Walker, 58.) 

BARRHAM, ANTHONY. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, 
Michs. 1567. 

BARHAM, ARTHUR. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter. 
1634. B. at Buxted, Sussex, Nov. 22, 1618. B.A. 1644-5. 
Lecturer at St Olave's, Southwark. R. of St Helen's, London, 
1647-62; ejected. Died Mar. 6, 1692-3. Buried at St 
Helen's. {Calamy, i. 114.) 

BARHAM, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Magdalbne, Easter, 
1637. 

BARRHAM, HENRY. Matric. sizar from Jksus, Easter, 1616. 

BARHAM, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 
Michs. 1625. Of Kent. B.A. 1628-9. S. of Robert, of 
Boughton Mondielsea, Kent, age 10 in 1619. {Vis. of Kent.) 

BARHAM, JAMES. M.A. from Emmanuel, 1725. S. of William 
of Rye, Sussex. Matric.(University College, Oxford), June 25, 
1712, age 20; B.A. (Oxford) 1716. V. of Headcom, Kent, 
1723. V. of Bethersden, 1728-34. Buried at Bethersden, 
Mar. 17, 1734. {Al. Oxon.) 

BARHAM, JOHN. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1668. Of Kent. 
Matric. 1668; B.A. 1671-2. Ord. priest (London) May 21, 
1676. R. of Hawkinge, Kent, 1676. R. of Chariton, 1679-90. 
Died 1690. 

BARRHAM, MARTIN. Matric. FeU.-Com. from St John's, 
Easter, 1598. 

BARRHAM, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Sidney, Easter, 
1615; B.A. from Peterhouse, 1618-9. 

BARRAM, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 1544 
{impitbes) ; B.A. 1550-1, as Burham. 

BARRHAM, . Student at Trinity, 1560. An Ed. Burram 

matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1560. 

BARK, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Mar. 5, 1707-S. 
S. of Israel, deceased. B. at Goldsborrough near Knares- 
borough, Yorks. School, Threshfield. Matric 1708; B.A. 
1711-2. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Jime 12, 1715. Curate of 
Snaith, Yorks., 1715-46. 

BARKBY, . M.Gram. 1474-5- 

BARKBY, . M.Gram. 1490. 

BARKER, ABEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 5, 1634. 

S. of Samuel. Of North Luffenham, Rutland. Matric. 1635; 

B.A. 1637-8; M.A. 1641. Dixie fellow. Ord. deacon and 

priest (Lincoln) Oct. 5, 1645. R. of Lyndon, Rutland. 

Died 1661. {Baker, 11. 45.) 
BARKER, AIMES. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, Lent, 

1653-4; B.A. 1656. 
BARKER, AMBROSE. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Easter, 

1568; B.A. 1571-2; M.A. 1575; B.D. 1582. Fellow, 1573-83. 

ftwbably s. of Ambrose, of Chignal, Essex. Ord. deacon 

and priest (Peterb.) Dec. 19, 1573. Died in College. WiU 

proved (V.CC.) 1583. {Peile, 1. 106; Vis. of Essex.) 
BARKER, ANDREW. Adm. pens, at Clare, Nov. 9, 1641. 

Matric. 1642. One of these names, s. and h. of John, of 

Bristol, Esq., deceased; adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 22, 

1646. 
BARKER, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 25, 1639. 

Matric. 1639; Scholar, 1640; B.A. 1642-3; M.A. 1646. 

Master of Louth Grammar School, 1647-51. Author. 
BARKER, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 

Jan. 9, 172 1-2. S. of Anthony, late of Cambridge. 
BARKER, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Feb. 15, 

1695-6. S. of Francis (1662), mercer, of London. B. there. 

Schools, London (private) and Cranford, Northants. Matric. 

1696; Scholar, 1696-1700. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 

23, 1699-1700. {Venn, 1. 498.) 

BARKER, BENONI. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1647. 
Of Yorks. (Barke, in Register.) 



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BAkKEI^, CHARLES 

BARKER, CHARLES. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
1622, age 16. Of Datchet, Bucks. Matric. 1622. Fellow, 
1623-6, but did not graduate. Married, and died soon after. 
S. of Rol)ert, of Southley, Bucks., King's printer, and 
Rachel, dau, of Dr Day, provost of Eton. (Harwood; Vis. 
of Bucks., 1634.) 

BARKER, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Pembroke, 
Easter, i6io. S. of Robert, of Southley, Bucks., Esq., and 
brother of Charles (1622) above. Succeeded his father at 
Southley, and as King's printer, 1635. Died 1646. {Vis. of 
Bucks., 1634; Nichol's Illustrations, iv. 164.) 

BARKER, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. FeU.-Com. from King's, 
Easter, 1639. Probably s. and h. of Christopher (above), 
of Colnbrooke, Bucks., gent., adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 
13, 1640. Age 13 in 1634. Of Southley. {Vis. of Bucks., 
1634.) 

BARKER, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Caius, 
Feb. 3, 1672-3. S. of William, gent., o£ Topdiffe, Yorks. 
Schools, Topcliffe, Sunderland, Diu-ham, and Kttington 
Hall, Garth. Matric 1672-3; Scholar, 1673-4. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 18, 1675-6. {Venn, i. 448.) 

BARKER, DANIEL. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 27, 1579, age 18. Of Wobum, Beds. Matric. 1579; 
B.A. 1583-4; M.A. 1587. FeUow, 1582-92. 

BARKER, EDMUND (1554), su CHAPMAN, 

BARKER, EDMUND. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 
1559; B.A. 1562-3; M.A. 1566. Ord. priest (Ely) Aug. 24, 
1566. V. of Rrittlewell, Essex, 1569-93. Died 1593. Perhaps 
R. of Westerfield, Suffolk, 1563-74. 

BARKER, EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Oct. 10, 
1578. Of Sibton, Suffolk. S. of John, yeoman. Schools, 
Halesworth and Dalling. Matric. 1578. Perhaps adm. at 
Gray's Inn, 1582. Lord of the Manor of Peasenhall, Suffolk. 
Died July 21, 1626. {Venn, 1. 98.) 

BARKER, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at King's, Easter, 1579. 

BARKER, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 30, 
1632. Matric. 1632. Afterwards Fell.-Com. Doubtless s. of 
Thomas, of Sibton, Suffolk, Esq.; adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Oct. 10, 1632. Probably Knighted, 1661; 'of Sibton, a 
gentleman pensioner.' 

BARKER, EDMUND. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, Apr. 18, 
1637. S. of John, gent. B. at Aylsham, Norfolk. Scholar, 
1637-44; B.A. 1640-1; M.A. 1644; D.D. 1661 (Lit. Reg.). 
Fellow, 1646-53. Incorp. at Oxford, 1649. Ord. priest 
(Lincoln) May 22, 1646. University preacher, 1651. R. of 
Buriton, Hants., 1660. R. of Chalton, 1670. Father of John 
(1683). {Venn, i. 325.) 

BARKER, EDMUND. Adm. sizar at Queens', May 17, 1677. 
Of Suffolk. Matric. 1677; B.A. 1680-1; M.A. 1684. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) May, 1684. R. of Chilton, Suffolk, 1685- 
91. Died 1691. 

BARKER, EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, Nov. 8, 
1717. S. of Edmund, of Gleaow, Leeds. School, West- 
minster. Matric. 1719; Scholar, 1720. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 
Nov. 8, 1718. Barrister, 1726. Bencher, 1742. Treasurer, 
1750. Of Chapel Allerton and Potter Newton, Yorks., 
Esq. Died unmarried. {F.M.G. 963.) 

BARKER, EDWARD. B.A. from Queens', 1533-4; M.A. 1537. 
Of UflSngton, Lines. Fellow of Clare in 1536. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) Mar. 11, 1535-6. Probably V. of ToUeshunt 
D'Arcy, Essex, 1556-60. 

BARKER, EDWARD. Scholar of Trinity, 1602; B.A 1603-4 
(' Baker' in ordo). Ord. deacon and priest (Norwich) Sept. 
21, 1606, age 25. R. of Hales, Norfolk, 1621-39. Buried 
there Nov. 4, 1639. Father of the next. 

BARKER, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 32, 1637, 
age 16. S. of Edward, R. of Hales (above). B. at Bedfield, 
Suffolk. School, Thetford. Scholar, 1638-9; B.A. 1640-1. 
Ord. priest (Lincoln) May 22, 1646. Minister of Eye, Suffolk; 
ejected 1663. Will proveil (Norwich) 1665 : 'clerk; of Hoxne.' 
(Venn, i. 327.) 

BARKER, EDWARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Corpus Christi, 
1662. Of Surrey. S. and h. of Edward, of Wandsworth, 
age 18. Matric. 1662. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 23, 
1662. Brother of Joseph (1669). {Vis. of Surrey, iftf>2.) 

BARKER, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Peterhouse, 
June 22, 1681. Of Bucks. School, Chenies, Bucks. 

BARKER, EDWARD. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1688. S. of 
James. B. at Wandsworth, Surrey, 1671. Matric. Easter. 
z688; B.A. 1691-3. Adm. to the Inner Temple, 1690. Called 
to the bar, 1608. Bencher, 1721. Treasurer, 1733. Cursitor 
Baron of Exchequer, 1743-55. Died June 10, 1739; buried 
at Waodsworth. (Vo», Judge*.) 



Barker, John 



BARKJgR, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius, Apr. 14, 
1662. S. of Francis, silk merchant, citizen of London. B. in 
York. Schools, York, Ripon and Lynn. Matric 1662: 
Scholar, 1662-4. Citizen and haberdasher of London. Died 
Sept. 7, 1710. Father of Arthur (1695-6) and brother of 
Ralph (1663). (Venn, i. 416.) 

BARKER, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, July 7, 
1711. S. of Francis, deceased. B. in London. School, 
Northampton. Matric. 1711. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Sept. 24, 1713. 

BARKER, FRANCIS. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Pembroke, 
Feb. 15, 1715-6. S. of Francis, of Sibton, Suffolk, ^. 
Matric. 1715-6. Died 1734. 

BARKER, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Lent, 1610-1 . 
Probably s. of Oswald, of Durham city, gent.; adm. at 
Gray's Inn, Mar. 15, 1613-4. One of these names R. of 
Crayke, Yorks., and 'petty canon' of York, buried at 
St Oswald's, Durham, I>ec. 18, 1621. 

BARKER, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, 
Easter, 1645. Of Yorks. B.A. 1648-9; M.A. 1652; B.D. 1659. 
Fellow, 1650-61. 

BARKER, GERVASE. Matric sizar from Clare, Easter, 
1557-8. 

BARKER, GREGORY. B.A. 1536-7; M.A. 1540. Of Glaston, 
Rutland. Fellow of Christ's at his ordination as priest at 
Lincoln, Apr. 6, 1538. Proctor, 1544-5. Admon. granted 
(V.C.C.) 1547. 

BARKER, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Michs. 1582; 
Scholar in 1586; B.A. from St Catharine's, 1586-7. One of 
these names R. of Wycliffe, Yorks., 1609-43. 

BARKER, HENRY. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1587. According 
to Masters he was M.A. in 1594; but no record found. 

BARKER, HENRY. M.A. 1634 (Incorp. from Oxford). S. of 
Henry, of Hurst, Berks. Matric. (Oxford) Dec. 5, 1623, age 
i8; B.A. 1625-6; M.A. 1628. Fellow of All Souls, 1631-48 
(ejected). (Al. Oxon.) 

BARKER, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, July 10, 1685. 
Of Otley, Yorks. Matric. 1685-6; Scholar, 1686. Migrated to 
Corpus Christi, 1686. B.A. 1689-90; M.A. 1694. Ord. priest 
(Peterb.) May 22, 1693. V. of Ryhall, Ruts., 1693-5. V, of 
Essendine, 1695. R. of (med. of) Stoke, Lines., 1697. V. of 
Pinchbeck, 1699. Will dated Feb. 4, 1720. 

BARKER, HENRY, Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 15) at Sidney, 
June 34, 1697. ist s. of Scory, Esq., of Chiswick, Middlesex 
(bencher of the Middle Temple). B. at Essex Court, London. 
School, Private. Matric. 1697. Perhaps adm. at the Middle 
Temple, May 27, 1697. 

BARKER, ISAAC. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Nov. 33, 1603. 
Matric. 1603. 

BARKER, JAMES. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, July 3, 1684. 
Of Middlesex. Matric. 1688; B.A. 1688-9. Ord- priest 
(London) Oct. 4, 1690. V. of Walthamstow, Essex, 1690. 
Preb. of St Paul's, 1701-36. V. of Cocking, Sussex, 1707. 
R. of Nuthurst, 1708. Archdeacon of Chichester, 1708-36. 
Preb. of Chichester, 1724-55. Died 1755. Father of James 
(1725) below. (A. B. Beavan.) 

BARKER, JAMES. M.A. from Clare, 1725. S. of James, of 
Walthamstow, Essex, clerk, above. Matric. (Merton Col- 
lege, Oxford) Mar. 9, 1710-1, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1715-6. 
R. of Woodmancote, Sussex, 1725. R. of Newhaven, 1727. 
(Al. Oxon.) 

BARKER, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, July 6, 1731. 
S. of James, Esq., late of Shropham, Norfolk. B. there. 
School, Botesdale. Scholar, 1731-6; Matric 1732; LL.B. 
1737- Fellow, 1738-43. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 21, 
1740; priest, June 26, 1743. R. of Bacton, Suffolk, 1743-70. 
Probably V. of Yaxley, 1746-67. Died Jan. 33, 1770. 
Brother of John (1714). {Venn, 11. 34.) 

BARKER, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1464. 
Afterwards a Franciscan friar. Author : Scutum inexputnabiU , 
a work on logic used in King's College. (Cooper, i. 8; D.N.B.) 

BARKER, JOHN. B.A. 1476-7; M.A, 1480. 

BARKER, JOHN. B.A. 1533-4; M.A. 1537. Probably Fellow 

of St Catharine's; of Lancashire. 
BARKER, JOHN, B.A, 1339-40. Probably scholar of Gonville 

Hall, 1541, 
BARKER, JOHN, Adm, at King's, a scholar from Eton, 

Aug. 14, 1548, age 16. Of Sawston, Cambs. Matric. 1548; 

B.A. 1553-3; M.A. 1566. Fellow, i55i-5- Fellow of Eton 

College, 1566. V. of Chesham, Bucks., 1572. R.ofEverdon, 

Northants., 1576-^93. Perhaps R. of Sculthorp«, Norfolk, 

1556-8. 
BARKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 1350. Matric. 

Mi( hs., 1552. Perhaps resident at Christ's, 1533-6. {PeiU, 

I, 63.) 



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BARKER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Queeks', Michs. 1562; 
B.A, 1565-6. 

BARKER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Pembroke, Micbs. 1575; 
B.A. 1579-80; M.A. from Christ's, 1583. Incorp. at Oxford, 
1586. One of these names V. of Long Horsley, Northumber- 
lajid, 1586-7. Another, R. of Ashby-by Partney, Lines., 
1598-1623. (PeiU, I. 140.) 

BARKER, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Caius, Oct. 29, 1598, age 17. 
S. of Thomas, of Thurston, Suffolk. B. at Hoxne. Schools, 
Hoxne and Thurston. Matric. 1598; Scholar, 1600-4; B.A. 
1601-2. One of these names R. of Nacton, Sufiolk, 1602-24. 

BARKER, JOHN. B.A. 1600 (Incorp. from Oxford). Probably 

matric. at Oxford, June, 1596, age 16. S. of Rowland, of 

Shropshire, Esq. B.A. 1597. Student of Gray's Inn, 1599. 

Of Haughmond, Shropshire, Esq. M.P. for Shrewsbury, 

1601. Died 1618, age 40. {Al. Oxon.; Vis. of Shropshire, 

1623.) 
BARKER, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, Oct. 17, 1606. 

Probably s. of Sir Robert, of Trimley, Suffolk, Knt. Matric. 

1606. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 27, 1609-10. Created 

Bart. 1622. Sheriff of Suffolk, 1634-5. Died 1652. {G.E.C.i. 

192.) 
BARKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 7, 1611. 

Matric. 1611; Scholar; B.A. 1614-5; M.A. i6i8. Ord. 

deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 20; priest, Sept. 21, 1618. 
BARKER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Pembroke, Easter, 1613; 

B.A. 1616-7; M.A. 1620. 
BARKER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Clare, Michs. 1617; B.A, 

1621-2. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Apr. 12, 1623. 
BARKER, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Clare, Lent, 1618-9; 

B.A. 1622. 
BARKER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Clare, Michs. 1620; 

B.A. 1623-4. 
BARKER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1621; 

B.A. from Magdalene, 1625; M.A. from Trinity, 1629. 
BARKER, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, Easter, 

1624. Of Suffolk One of these names adm. at the Middle 

Temple, Aug. 7, 1624, 'of Berkshire.' 
BARKER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1627; 

B.A. 1630-1. 
BARKER, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Pembroke, June 30, 

1627. B. at Newark, Notts. B.A. 1630-1. 

BARKER, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, June 21, 
1632. S. of William. B. at Burton, Richmondshire. Schools, 
Coxwold and Maiske (private). Matric. 1632. 

BARKER, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 16) at Pembroke, Feb. 
28, 1638-9. S. of Sir John, Bart. B. at Teversham, Cambs. 
Matric. 1640. Of Grimston Hall, Suffolk, Bart. Succeeded 
as Bart., 1652. Sheriff of Suffolk, 1654-5. Died 1664. 
{G.E.C. I. 192.) 

BARKER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1641. 
Of Lanes. 

BARKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 18, 1641-2. 
Of Suffolk. Matric. 1642. 

BARKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, June 14, 
1647. S. of John. B. at Boreham, Essex. School, Chelms- 
ford. Matric. 1647. 

BARKER, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Aug. 8, 1675. 
Of Suffolk. Matric. 1675; B.A. 1679-80. Incorp. at 
Oxford, 1692, as M.A. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June, 1680; 
priest, June, 1682. Perhaps C. of Feisfield, Norfolk, 1681; 
K. 1685-1729. Died Mar. 13, 1728-9, aged 72. 

BARKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, April 9, 
1681. Of Suffolk. Matric. 1681; B.A. 1684-5. 

BARKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Apr. 20, 1683. 
S. of Edmund, D.D. (1637), of Petersfield, Hante. B. at 
Buriton, Hants. Schools, Petersfield and Winchester. 
Matric. 1683; Scholar, 1683-90; B.A. 1686-7; M.A. 1690. 
Elected FeUow, 1691. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1691-2; priest 
(Ely) 1694-5. P.C. of St Martin-at-Plain, 1692-1730. R. of 
Lammas with Little Hautbois, 1700-30. Chaplain of St 
Martin -at-Palace, Norwich. Buried there, Sept. 1730. 
{Venn, 1. 473.) 

BARKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, May 1, 
1 69 1. S. of William, clerk. B. at Thorp Morieux near 
Bildeston, Suffolk. School, Bury. B.A. 1694-5. 

BARKER, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Nov. 8, 
1698. S. of John, shoemaker. B. at Cambridge. School, 
King's, Cambridge. Matric. 1698; B.A. 1702-3. Perhaps 
ord. priest (Norwich) July 1710 as ' B.A. of Sidney.' 

BARKER, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, Apr. 15, 
1703. S of John, of London. School, Westminster. Matric. 
1703. 



Barker, Peter 

BARKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Apr. 3, 1714. 
S. of James, gent., of Shropham, Norfolk. B. at Breccles, 
Norfolk. Sdiools, Stow Bedon and Norwich. Matric. 1714; 
Scholar, 1714-9; B.A. 1717-8. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
May 3, 1718. Of Shropham, Esq., where he built the Hall. 
Lord of the Manor at Thompson, Norfolk. Sheriff of Norfolk. 
Died during office, Jan. 26, 1756. Buried at Shropham. 
Father of John (1749-50), brother of James (1731). {Venn, 
II. 2.) 

BARKER, JOHN. Matric. from Pembroke, Lent, 1721-2. 

BARKER, JOHN. M.A. 1728 {Com. Reg.). Perhaps ord. priest 
(Norwich) June, 1735. One of these names R. of Billingford, 
Norfolk, 1742. Perhaps R. of Troston, Suffolk, 1749-74; 
and of Whepstead, 1772-4. Died 1774. 

BARKER, Sir JOHN, Bart Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Pem- 
broke, Feb. 28, 1732-3. S. of Sir William, of Ipswich, Bart. 
(1702). Matric. 1732-3; B.A. 1735-6. Succeeded as Bart. 
1731. Sheriffof Sufiolk, 1742-3. Died June 7, 1757. {G.E.C.) 

BARKER, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Christ's, June i, 
1745. S. of George. B. at Seghill, Northumberland. School, 
Newcastle. Matric. 1745; Scholar, 1745; B.A. 1748-9; 
M.A. 1752; D.D. 1781 {Lit. Reg.). Fellow, 1749. Master, 
1780-1808. Vice-Chancellor, 1780-1. Ord. deacon (Ely) May 
24, 1752; priest, Dec. 25, 1752. V. of Bourn, Cambs., June 6, 
1763. V. of Caldecot, Dec. 14, 1772-85. R. of Wadingham, 
Lines. Married, at Newcastle, Dec. 13, 1787, Hannah, dau. 
of Robert Ellison, and widow of Thomas liockwray, D.D. 
Died Feb. 18, 1808; buried in the Ante-chapel. {Peile, 
II. 247.) 

BARKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Jan. 16, 
1749-50- S. of John (1714), of Shropham, Norfolk. B. there. 
Schools, Bury and Horstead. Matric. 1750. Adm. at Lin- 
coln's Inn, Nov. 20, 1751. Of Shropham, Esq. Col. of the 
West Norfolk Militia. Died Feb. 1792, at Dawlish, Devon. 
{Venn, ii. 64.) 

BARKER, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Trinity, Dec. 28, 
1751. S. of John, of Bury, Sufiolk. School, Bury. Matric. 
1752; B.A. 1756. Ord. priest (Norwich) Oct. 1758. Perhaps 
R. of Gt Fakenham, Suffolk, 1762-1803. Died 1803. 

BARKER, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, May 20, 
1669. S. of Edward, gent., of Wandsworth, Surrey. Schools, 
Wandsworth and Westminster. Matric. 1669. Brother of 
Edward (1662). 

BARKER, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, May 3, 
1671. Matric. 1674; B.A. 1674-5; M.A. 1678. For a con- 
temporciry namesake see A I. Oxon. 

BARKER, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Sidney, May 30, 
1705. S. of Roger, yeoman. B. at Thompson, Norfolk. 
School, Watton. Matric. 1705; B.A. 1708-9. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) June, 1709; priest, July 2, 1710. V. of Wiggen- 
hall St Mary, Norfolk, 1716-55. R. of Islington, Norfolk, 
1727-55. 

BARKER, LAWRENCE. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Lent, 
1582-3; B.A. 1588-9; M.A. 1592; B.D. 1599. Fellow, 1591. 
R. of St Mary Bo thaw, London, 1 599-1 600. V. of St 
Botolph Without, Aldersgate, 1601-3. Died 1603. {Cooper, 
II. 388.) 

BARKER, LEONARD. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
1551. B. in London, 1534. Matric. 155 1. Left c. 1552-3. 
Identified by Cooper (11. 302) with the author of Quid hoc 
ad te (Sermons, 1600). V. of Rainham, Essex, 1569; and R. 
of Stifford. 

BARKER, LEONARD. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Nov. 1568. 
Possibly s. of Leonard, mercer, of London. Of New Inn; 
adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 11, 1570. {Peile, i. 106.) 

BARKER, MATTHEW. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 
1634. B. at Cransley, Northants., 1619. B.A. 1637-8; M.A. 
1641. Taught school at Banbury for some years. Minister 
of St James's, Garlickhithe, 1641-6. Lecturer at Mortlake. 
R. of St Leonard's, Eastcheap, 1650-62: ejected. Died 
Mar. 25, 1698. WiU proved (P.C.C.) 1698; of St GUes', 
Cripplegate. Author, Natural Theology, etc. {Calamy, 1. 
120; D.N.B.; J. C. Smith.) 

BARKER, MICHAEL. Adm. sizar at Jesus, June 19, 1740. 
Of Notts. Scholar; B.A 1743-4. 

BARKER, NATHANIEL. Matric. pens, from Emmanuel, Michs. 
1631. One of these names s. of Samuel, of Luffenham, 
Ruts.; died 1669. {Misc. Gen. et Her. 11. 515; Baker, 11. 45.) 

BARKER, NICHOLAS. B.A. 1537-8. 

BARKER, NICHOLAS. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Nov. 1553. 

BARKER, PETER. Matric. sizar from Clare, Lent. 1580-1; 
B.A. 1584-5 ; M.A. 1588. Ord. deacon and priest (Lincoln) 
1585-6. V. of Stower Payne, Dorset, 1590. R. of Steepleton, 
I597- {HuUhitts, I. 314.) 



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BARKER, PETER. Adm. pens, (age i6) at Caius, Apr. i8, 
1693. S. of Lionel, grocer, of Dereham, Norfolk. B. there. 
Schools, Saham Toney and W. Bradenham. Matric. 1694-5; 
Scholar, 1693-1700; B.A. 1696-7. Died Aug. 10, 1741. 
M.I. in Watton Church, Norfolk. The V. of Stevington, 
Beds., was probably an Oxford namesake. {Venn, 1. 492.) 

BARKER, RALPH. B.A. 1509-10; M.A. 1513- 

BARKER, RALPH. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, Apr. 18, 
1655. S. of Francis, Esq., deceased. B. at Topcliffe. Yorks. 
Schools, Topclifie, Danby Wiske and Coxwold. Matric. 1655 ; 
B.A. 1658-9; M.A. 1662. 

BARKER, RALPH. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius, Apr. 18, 
1663. S. of Francis, silk merchant, citizen of London. B. 
there. Schools, Ripon and Lynn. Scholar, 1663-7; Matric. 
1664-5: B.A. 1666-7; M.A. 1670. Fellow, 1670-95. Incor- 
porated at Oxford, 1671-2. D.D. Lambeth; incorporated 
at Cambridge, 1692. University Praelector in Logic, 1671. 
University preacher, 1676. R. of St Mary Magdalene, Old 
Fish St, and St Gregory by St Paul, 1690-1. Chaplain to 
Abp. Tillotson. R. of Brasted, Kent, 1693-1708. Preb. of 
Bath and Wells, 1694. Treasurer of Wells, 1695. Sinecure R. 
of Llanfawr, Merioneth, 1697. Died at Wells, June 6, 1708. 
Brother of Francis (1662). (Venn, 1. 418.) 

BARKER, RICHARD. Proctor, 1442-3. 

BARKER, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Michs. 

1614. 
BARKER, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, June 15, 

1669. S. of Robert. B. at Bolton-le-Sands, Lanes. School, 

Warton near Camforth. Matric. 1669. 
BARKER, ROBERT. M.A. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1455-69. 

Of York diocese. Ord. subdeacon (Ely) Dec. 22, 1459; 

priest, Mar. 29, 1460. Perhaps R. of Lound, Suffolk, 1482-9. 

BARKER, ROBERT. Of Corpus Christi. B.A. 1483-4; M.A. 
1487. V. of Grantchester, Cambs., 1488-1503. Administra- 
tion granted (V.C.C.) 1503. 

BARKER, ROBERT. B.A. 1487-8. 

BARKER, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 

Easter, 1573. 
BARKER, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 

1577. One of these names adm. at the Inner Temple, 1578; 

s. of John, of Grimston Hall, Suffolk. K.B. 1603. M.P. for 

Ipswich, 1592. Died Oct. 8, 1618. Father of John (1606) and 

Thomas (1618). 
BARKER, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1581; 

B.A. from Pembroke, 1584-5. One of these names, of 

Suffolk, adm. at Lincohi's Inn, Apr. 29, 1583. Perhaps M.P. 

for Colchester, 1597, 1601, 1603, 1614. 
BARKER, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Mar. 14, 

»593-4- Scholar; B.A. 1597-8; M.A. 1601. Ord. deacon 

and priest (Lincoln) Dec. 8, 1608. R. of Bow Brickhill, 

Bucks., i6oa-32. Died 1632. WiU (P.C.C). 

BARKER, ROBERT. Matric pens, from St John's, Easter, 

1609. 
BARKER, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1611; 

B.A. 1614-5. 
BARKER, ROBERT. Matric. Fell.-Com. from King's, Michs. 

1635. 
BARKER, ROBERT. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age ly) at St John's, 

June 27, 1678. S. of Francis, Esq. B. at Lees-Hall, Norton, 

Derbs. School, Sheffield. Matric. 1679-80; M.A. (Lit. Reg.) 

1682. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 31, 1679. 

BARKER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Queens', Feb. 10, 1680-1. 
Of Suffolk. Matric. 1680-1; M.B. 1686; M.D. 1691. Died 
at Lynn, Apr. 3, 1717, age 53. M.I. at Middleton, Norfolk. 

BARKER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, June 17, 
1693. S. of Edmund, gent. (Steward of Otley Manor). B. at 
OUey, Yorks. Schools, Otley and Wakefield. Matric. 1693; 
B.A. 1696-7; M.A. 1702. R. of Cherry Burton, Yorks. 
Sometime chaplain to the Cambridge man of war. Father 
of Robert (1725) and Thomas (1728-9). (F.M.G. 962.) 

BARKER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pembroke, Apr. 7, 
1702. S. of Robert, of Bredfield, Suffolk, Esq. School, 
Ipswich. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 25, 1701. In the army. 
Fell in action. (J. Foster, Gray's Inn.) 

BARKER, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, June 25, 
1720. S. of Richard, of EUcl (? Eccles), Lanes. School, Wy- 
versdale. Lanes. Matric. 1720J B.A. 1726-7. One of these 
names, B.A., ord. priest (Norwich) Sept. 1726; perhaps R. of 
Mellis, Suffolk, 1736-47. Died 1747, 

BARKER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, May 31, 
1725- S. of ftobert (1693), R. of Cherry Burton, Yorks. 
B. there. School, Beverley. Matric. 1723; B.A. 1728-9. 



Barker, Walter 

BARKER, ROGER. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 1582; 
B.A. 1586-7. R. of Halsham, Yorks., 1600-33. Perhaps 
preb. of Lichfield, 1603. Died 1633. 

BARKER, ROGER. Adm. sizar at Clare, July i, 1727. B. at 
Midhurst, Sussex. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 1727; 
B.A. 1731-2; M.A. 1735. Fellow, 1733-8. Taxor, 1737, 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec 23, 1733; priest, Sept. 19, 1736. 
R. of Horseheath, Cambs., 1738-58. R. of Castle Camps, 
1758-72. Died there, July 10, 1772. 

BARKER, SAMUEL. Matric sizar from Christ's, Easter, 
1607, as 'Baker.' B.A. 1610-11. 

BARKER, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Magdalene, 
Aug. II, 1675. S. of John, deceased, citizen of Westminster. 
B. there. School, Eton. Matric. 1675; B.A. 1679^0; M.A. 
1683. Fellow, 1682. P.O. of St Sepulchre, Cambridge, 1685. 
R. of Borough Green, Cambs., 1699-1707. V. of Chippenham, 
1699. Died June 19, 1707. Adm. at Trinity, Apr. 1, 1702. 

BARKER, SIMON. Matric pens, from Clark, Michs. 1617. 

BARKER, STEPHEN. Scholar at King's Hall, 1459-61. B.A. 
Received letters dimissory from the Bishop of Ely for ordina- 
tion. Mar. 26, 1468. Of Linton. 

BARKER, THOMAS. (B.A.) FeUow of Clare, 1507. Of Yorks. 
Ord. sub-deacon (Lincoln) Feb. 18, 1507-8. Perhaps fellow 
of St John's, Apr. 9, 1511. One of these names R. of Swan- 
nington, Norfolk, 1512-9. 

BARKER, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Easter, 
1549. Will of Thomas Barker, Scholar, of Magdalene, 
proved (V.C.C.) 1549. (Camb. Ant. Soc. lviii. 186.) 

BARKER, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Clare, Michs. 1568. 

BARKER, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Michs. 
1576; B.A. 1579-80. One of these names, B.A., licensed 
to teach grammar at Newmarket, 1584. 

BARKER, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1576; 
B.A. 1579-80. Perhaps re-admitted, as Fell.-Oam. in 1579; 
'of Northumberland.' 

BARKER, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Easter, 1582. 

BARKER, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity. 1589. S. of 
Baldwin of Hambleton, Rutland. B. at Luffenham, Rutland, 
1572. Ord. priest (Lincoln). R. of All Saints' and St Peter's, 
Stamford, 1601. Perhaps R. of Yelden, Beds. ('M.A.') 
1603-17. Buried Nov. 12, 1617. (Baker, 11. 45.) 

BARKER, THOMAS. B.A. from Trinity, 1597-*; M.A. 1601; 
B.D. 1608. Incorp. at Oxford, 1602 and 1609. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Sept. 29, 1604, age 26. C. of Stowlangtoft, 
Suffolk. V. of Grimley, Worcs., 1608-32. V. of Churchill, 
1612. Buried there Aug. 18, 1654, aged 77. (Nash, Worcs. 
I. 195) 

BARKER, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, c. 1601. 

BARKER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius, May 17, 
1604. Of Gt Dunham, Norfolk. S. of Henry, gent. School, 
Dunham. Matric. 1605; Scholar, 1604-6. One of these 
names, ord. priest (Oxford) June 11, 1611, was R. of 
Holton, Suffolk, 1620: sequestered 1645. (Venn, i. 185.) 

BARKER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 1617. Of 
Suffolk. Matric. Easter, 1618; B.A. from Corpus Christi, 
1 62 1-2. 

BARKER, THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 20) at Pembroke, 
Nov. 20, 1618. S. of Robert, of Trimley, Suffolk. Matric. 
1618-9. Of Besford, Suffolk. Brother of John (1606). 

BARKER, THOBtAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pembroke, Apr. 
13, 1642. S. of Sir John, of Trimley, Suffolk, Baronet. 
Matric. 1642. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 6, 1644-5. Bapt. 
at Grimston, Suffolk, Mar. 31, 1625. Buried there May 15, 
1656. 

BARKER, THOMAS. Adm. at Pembroke, 1652. 

BARKER, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Dec. 26, 1674- Of 
Lanes. Matric. 1674; B.A. 1678-9. Ord. deacon (London) 
Sept. 22, 1678; priest, Sept. 21, 1679. One of these names 
R. of Wentworth, Cambs., 1690. 

BARKER, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Magdalene, 
Feb. 11, 1680-1. S.of John, deceased, citizen of Westminster. 
B. there. School, Westminster. Matric. 1681; B.A. 1684-5; 
M.A. 1688. Fellow, 1690. Taxor, 1701. 

BARKER, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Jan. 31, 1728-9. 
Of Yorks. S. of Robert (1693), clerk, deceased, R. of Cher^' 
Burton. Matric. 1729; Rustat scholar; B.A. 1732-3; M.A. 
1740. Ord. deacon (Uncoln) Dec. 21, 1735- R- of Leven, 
Yorks., 1737. R. of Cherry Burton, 1740-74. Died Aug. 
1774. Brother of Robert (1725)- (f.M.G. 963.) 

BARKER, URIAH. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 1572. 

BARKER, WALTER Matric pens, from St John's, MWte. 
1562. Of Middlesex. B.A. 1564-3; M.A. 1568; B.D. X575. 
FeUow, 1366-76. Preb. of lichfield, '367;;9. «Jj«»v«sUy 
preacher, 1572. Died 1376. Admon. granted (V.C.C.) to his 
brother Samuel, of Teveishaia. (Cooper, 1. ]370 



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BARKER, WILUAM. B.A. 1506-7; M.A. 1510. Probably of 

Christ's. 
BARKER, WILLIAM. B.A. 1534-5; M.A. 1538. Scholar, and 
afterwards fellow, of Gonvillk Hall. A native of Norwich, 
and close friend of Dr Caius. Proctor, 1546-7- Benefactor 
to the College. Died 1579- {Venn, t. 27-) 
BARKER, WILLIAM. FeUow of Clare. B.A. 1534-5; M.A. 
1538; B.D. 1548. Proctor, 1546-7. Preb. of Hereford, i547- 
55. R. of Langdon Hills, Essex, 1558-9; V. of Mucking, 1558- 
60. Probably R. of St Michael's, Crooked Lane, i575-8x. 
Died 1581. {Cooper, i. 275> 556.) 
BARKER, WILLIAM. Of St John's; educated at cost of 
Queen Anne Boleyn. B.A. (? 1536-7); M.A. 1540. Fellow, 
1539. M.P. for Yarmouth, 1558, 1559, 1571; for Bramber, 
1562. Secretary to the Duke of Norfolk, and implicated in 
his plots. Author of translations, poetry, etc. (Cooper, i.275i 

556; D.N.B.) 
BARKER, WILLIABt Of Qoeems*. Scholar, 1535-9; B.A. 

1536-7; M.A. 1540. 
BARKER, WILLIAM. Of Christ's. B.A. 1536-7; M.A. 1540. 

Fellow, 1537-47. Died c. 1547-8. The account by Peile (i. 20) 

seems confused. 
BARKER, WILLIAM Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, July 9, 

1573. S. of Edmund. B. in Norwich. School, Norwich. 

Matric. 1573; B.A. 1576-7. 
BARKER, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 

1575; B.A. 1578-9; M.A. 1582; B.D. 1589. Fellow, 1581. 

R. of Gilling, Yorks., 1585-1616. V. of Trumpington, Cambs., 

1589-1590. Perhaps R. of Washington, Durham, 1611-6. 
BARKER, WILLIAM. Matric sizar from Clare, Lent, 1579-^0; 

B.A. 1583-4; M.A. 1587. 
BARKER, WILLIAM. B.A. from Trinity, 1585-6; M.A. 1589; 

D.D. 1600. (Perhaps matric. Fell.-Com. 1583.) R. of Portis- 

head, Somerset, 1594; of Saltford, 1596-11; of Weston- 
super-Mare, 1599-1611. Chancellorof Wells, 1603-11. I*reb. 

ofWeUs, 1605. WiU (P.C.C.) 1611. (J. Ch. Smith.) 
BARKER, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Christ's, c. 1593. 
BARKER, WILLIAM M.D. 1609 (Incorp. from Oxford). S. of 

Thomas, of London, M.D. B.A. (Oxford) 1596-7; M.A. 

1599; M.B. and M.D. July 14, 1607. In Shropshire, 1623. 
BARKER, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1621 ; 

B.A. 1624-5. 
BARKER, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, 

Easter, 1640. Of Suffolk. 
BARKER, WILLIAM Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 1642. 

Of Suffolk. Matric. 1644; B.A. 1645-6; M.A. 1649. Perhaps 

V. of Hacheston, Suffolk, 1665, and R. of Thorpe Morieux, 

1673-1701. Died 1701. 
BARKER, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Queens', Aug. 7, 

1667. Of Ixjndon. Matric. 1667-8; M.A. 1669 {Lit. Reg.). 

Probably s. and h. of William, of St Andrew's, Holbom, Esq., 

adm. at Gray's Inn, July 12, 1670. B. 1652. Created Bart. 

1676. Emigrated to Ireland. {G.E.C.) 
BARKER, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, Apr. 9, 

1678. S. of Thomas, brewer, of Thomham Magna, Suffolk. 

School, Botesdale. Matric. 1678. Died in College. Buried 

at St Michael's, Oct. 23, 1678. 
BARKER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 

May 31, 1681. S. of William. B. at Earsbam, Norfolk. 

School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. 1681. One of these 

names, 1st s. of William, of Homersfield, Suffolk, Esq., 

adm. at Gray's Inn, May 24, 1684. 
BARKER, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Christ's, Feb. 9, 

1698-9. S. of James. B. at Win wick, Lanes. School, 

Warrington. Matric. 1699; Scholar, 1700-1; B.A. 1702-3. 
BARKER, Sir WILLIAM, Bart Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 16) at 

Pembroke, Apr. 7, 1702. S. of Sir John, late of Ipswich, 

Suffolk, Bart. Of Ipswich and Sproughton, Bart. B. c. 1680 

{sic in G.E.C). Succeeded as Bsut., 1696. M.P. for Ipswich, 

1708, 1710; for Thetford, 1713; for Suffolk, 1722, 1727. 

Died July 23, 1731. Father of John (1732-3). (G.E.C. 1. 192.) 
BARKER, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, June 5, 

1731. S. of William, gent., of Derbs. B. at Edensor. School, 

Chesterfield. Matric. 1731; B.A. 1734-5; M.A. 1738. Ord. 

deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 21, 1735. Probably V. of S. Wingfield, 

Derbs., 1737-57- R- of Pleasley, 1741-57. (ScoU-Mayor, iii. 

437.) 
BARKER, WILLIAM BELL. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, 

June 30, 1749. S. of Robert, alehouse keeper, of Suffolk. 

B. at Lowestoft. School, Halesworth. Matric. 1750; B.A. 

1753; M.A. 1756. Ord. deacon (Ely) Dec. 25, 1753; priest, 

July, 1754. R. of Rushmere All Saints', Suffolk, 1756-91. 

R. of Frostenden, 1756-91. Died Jan. 28, 1791. 
BARKER, WILUAMS. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, May 21, 

1720. Of Essex. Matric. 1720; B.A. 1723-4; M.A. 1731. 
BARKER, . B.A. 1463-4; M.A. 1468-9. 



Barkley, William 
barker, . b.a. 1466-7; m.a. 1470-1. 

BARKER, . B.A. 1475-6; M.A. 1479. 

BARKER or BERCAR, . B.Can.L. 1483-3. 

BARKER, . B.Civ.L. 1496-7. 

BARKER, . B.A. 1516-7. 

BARKER, . B.A. 1527-8. Scholar of Gonville Hall. 

BARKER, . B.D. 1544. Chaplain to Bishop of Chichester. 

(Perhaps Edward, of Queens'.) 

BARKER, . Scholar of Sidney, 1600. 

BARKER, . M.A. from King's, 1605 (in ordo). 

BARKER, , Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1670. 

BARKHAM, EDWARD. Matric. FeU.-Com. from King's, 
Easter, 1611. Of Southacre, Norfolk. S. of Sir Edward, of 
London, Knt. B. 1595. B.A. 1612-3 (on visit of Prince 
Charles). Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 13, 1613-4. Knighted, 
1623. Created Bart., 1623. M.P. for Boston, 1625-6. Sheriff 
of Norfolk, 1635-6. Died at Tottenham, Middlesex, Aug. 2, 
1667. Father of Edward (1648) below. (Lines. Pedigrees; 
G.E.C. I. 219.) 

BARKHAM, EDWARD. Matric. FeU.-Com. from King's, 
Easter, 1648. S. and h. of Sir Edward, of Southacre, Norfolk, 
Bart, (above). B. 1628. Succeeded as Bart., 1667. Sheriff of 
Norfolk, 1667-8. Died s./>. 1688. (Lines. Pedigrees; G.E.C. 
I. 219.) 

BARKHAM or BARCHAM, JOHN. D.D. 1622 (Incorp. from 
Oxford). S of Lawrence, of St Leonard's, Exeter. Matric. 
(Oxford) Dec. 8, 1587, age 15; B.A. 1590-1; M.A. 1594; 
B.D. 1603; D.D. 1616. R. of Finchley, Middlesex, 1608-15. 
R. of Latchingdon, Essex, 1615. Chaplain to Abp. Bancroft. 
R. and Dean of Bocking, Essex, 1623. Canon of St Paul's, 
1610. Died Mar. 25, 1642. Will proved (P.C.C.) 1642. 
Author: Display of Heraldry. (Al. Oxon.; D.N.B. ; Vis. of 
Essex, 1634; Vis. of Dorset, 1623.) 

BARKHAM, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Pembroke, Michs. 1627. 

BARKHAM, ROBERT. Matric. FeU.-Com. from King's, 
Michs. i6i8. Probably s. of Robert, of Southacre, Norfolk. 
B. 1599. Knighted, 1641. Of Tottenham High Cross, Knt. 
Died 1661. (Lines. Pedigrees.) 

BARKEHAM, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Caius, age 16, Jan. 23, 
1644-5. S. of Edward, of Walton, Norfolk, gent. Schools, 
Narford, Bilney and Swafiham. Matric. 1645-6. Of South- 
acre, gent. Admon. at Norwich, Dec. 11, 1690. (Kenn, 1.355.) 

BARKHAM, Sir ROBERT, Bart Adm. FeU.-Com. at Trinity, 
Nov. 10, 1675. S. of Sir Edward, of Wainfleet, Lines., 
Bart. Matric. 1675-6. Succeeded as Bart., 1669. Died 
c. 1701. (Lines. Pedigrees; G.E.C.) 

BARKEHAM, . Adm. FeU.-Com. at Trinity, Oct. 27, 1645. 

Probably Edward, s. of Sir Robert, of Tottenham, Knt. 
B. Mar. 20, 1630-1. Created Bart., 1661. Sheriff of Lincoln- 
shire, 1664-5. Died Sept. 14, 1669. Buried at Wainfleet. 
(Lines. Pedigrees; G.E.C.) 

BARKING or BERKYNG, THOMAS DE. Scholar at King's 
Hall, 1337-49. Died Apr. 10, 1349. Founded a 'chest' in 
the CoUege. 

BARKLETT, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 
1656. 

BARKLEY, see also BARCLAY and BERKELEY. 

BARKLEY, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Christ's, May, 1549. 

BARKLEY, FRANCIS. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Emmanuel, Nov. 30, 
1639. B. in London. Perhai>s s. and h. of William, of 
Wormley, Salop; adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 18, 1639. William, 
the father, was a merchant in London. (Vis. of Shrops., 
1623.) 

BARKLEY, HUGH. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1569. 

BARKLEY, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Emmanuel, 1596. 

BARKLEY or BERKLEY, SAMUEL. Adm. at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, 1733. S. of SamueL Bapt. at St Anne's, West- 
minster, Oct. 17, 1714. B.A. 1737-8; M.A. 1741. FeUow, 
1736-50. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 2, 1736-7; and at 
Gray's Inn, Jan. 24, 1740-1. Barrister-at-Law, Gray's Inn. 

BARKLEY, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Trinity, June 19, 1654. 
Of Salop. Matric. 1656. One of these names R. of Cotgrave, 
Notts., 1662-8. Buried there, Feb. 11, 1667-8. (Godfrey, 
Notts.) 

BARKLEY, WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 11, 1619. Of Kingston, Hants. B.A. 1622-3. FeUow, 
1622-4. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 8, 1623. Died 1624. 

BARKLEY or BARCLAY, WILLIAM Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, Jtme 14, 1647. Of Middlesex. Matric. 1647. 
Migrated to Brasenose, Oxford, Nov. 16, 1*50. B.A. 1650-1; 
M.A. 1653. R. of ClophUl, Beds., 1665-84. (Al. Oxon.) 

BARKLAY, . Matric. pens, from Christ's, May, 1544. 



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Barksdale, Francis 

BARKSDALE, FRANCIS. !*LA. 1644 (Inoorp. from Oxford). 
S. of John, of Newburv, Berks. Fellow of Qokens", 1644-8. 
Matiic. Magdalen Hall, Oct. 11, 1633, age 15; B.A. 1636; 
M.A. 1639; M.D. 1649. Taxor, 1645. Fellow of Magdalen 
College, Oxford, 1648-53. Adm. candidate R.C.P. 1656. 
{Munk, I. 257; Al. Oxon.) 
BARKSDALE, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Trinity Hall, 
Easter, 1615; B.A. 1618; M.A. 1622. Incorp. at Oxford, 
16x8. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Dec. 21; priest, Dec 22, 1623. 
V. of Mareton St Lawrence, NorthanU. Will proved (P.C.C.) 
1630 (H. G. Harrison.) 
BARKSDALE, WILUAM. Adm. at Queens', Sept. 2, 1647. 
From Karlsburg, Transylvania. B.A. 1647-8. Incorp. at 
Oxford, 1648. Fellow of Queen's College, Oxford, 1648-60 
(ejected). 
BARKSTON, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, 
May 23, 1660. S. of Samuel, yeoman, of Notts. B. there. 
School, Nottingham. 
BARKWAY (alias GAMON), RICHARD. Benedictine monk. 

B.D. 153X-2; D.D. 1535. V. of Docking, Norfolk, c. 1550. 
BARKWITH, FRANCIS. Matric sizar from Queens', Easter, 
1632. S. of Francis, of Saltflettby, Lines. B.A. 1635-6; 
M.A. 1639. Ord. priest (Peterb.) June 9, 1639. V.ofUtterby, 
1642. {Lines. Pedigrees, 1145.) 
BARKWORTH, MILES. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 
1565. Ord. priest (Lincohi) May 8, 1569. V. of Long Sutton, 
Lines., 1569. 'Aged 30, marrieid; skilled in Latin; preacher.' 
{Lib. CUri, 1576.) 

BARLET, . B.A. 1527-8. 

BARLEY or BARLEE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Jan. 13, 1682-3; re-admitted. May, 1690. Of Essex. Charles 
Barlee, 3rd s. of Haynes, of Clavering, Essex, Esq., adm. 
at the Middle Temple, May 19, 1685. Brother of William 
(1679). 
BARLEY, EAST. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Christ's, July i, 1704. 
S. of East. B. at Ashwell, Herts. Scho-jl, Buntingford. 
Matric 1705-6; Scholar, 1706-7; B.A. 1708-^9; M.A. 1712. 
Fellow, 1712. Ord. priest (London) Mar. 1712-3- Senior Dean, 
1719. Died Aug. 20, 1720; buried in Ashwell Church. Will 
proved (V.C.C.) 1721. [PeUe, 11. 160.) 
BARLEY, HENRY. B.A. 1546-7; M.A. 1550. Perhaps Scholar 
or Fellow of Trinity, Dec 19, 1546, as Barkeley. Proctor, 
1553-4. Identified by Cooper and Al. Oxon with Henry 
Barclay, who was of Winchester and New College, Oxford; 
probably a different man. {Cooper, 11. 14.) 
BARLY, JOHN. B.A. 1460-1; M.A. 1465; D.D. 1475-6. Fellow 
of GoNviLLE Hall, 1466; Master, 1483-1504. R. of Bar- 
ningham Winter, Norfolk, 1459-66. V. of Mattishall, 146&- 
79. R. of Winterton, 1479-1504. R. of S. Michael Coslany, 
Norwich, 1501-4; buried there, 1504-5. Large benefactor to 
the College buildings. Brother of William (1460-1). {Venn, 
I. II.) 
BARLEY, JOHN. Adm. <:izar (age 15) at Caius, Feb. 28, 1564-5. 
Of Elsenham, Essex. S. of Averis. School, Elmdon. Matric 
1565. 
BARLEY, JOHN, Matric pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1568; 

B.A. from Queens', 1572-3; M.A. 1576. 
BARLEY, JOHN (Captain). M.A. 1614-5. (On King's visit.) 
BARLEY, OLIVER. B.Can.L. 1492-3. 

BARLEY, THOMAS. Matric. FelL-Com. from Christ's, c. 

1590. Probably of Elsenham, Essex (s. of Richard, Esq.); 

adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. ir, 1593. Donor to the 

building of the College Library. {Peile, 1. 200; Vis. of Essex.) 

BARLEY, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1623. 

BARLY, WILLIAM. B.A. 1460-1; D.Can.L 1467-8. Fellow 

of Trinity Hall when ordained priest (Norwich) Sept. 21, 

1465. Fellow of Gonville Hall, 1483-1502. Brother of 

John Barly, the Master. Died c. 1502. 

BARLEY, WILLIAM. B.Can.L. 1512-3. Perhaps V. of Dagen- 

ham, Essex, 1530-3. 
BARLEY, W. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1568. 
BARLEE, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Emmanuel, Mar. i, 
167^0. Of Essex. M.A. 1682 {Com. Reg.). S. and h. of 
Haynes, of Clavering, Essex, Esq.; adm. at the Middle 
Temple, May 14, 1681. Brother of Charles (1682-3). 

BARLEY, . Scholar or fellow of King's Hall, 1516-22. 

BARLING, CLEMENT. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, 
June 30, 1632. S. of Thomas, clothier, of Ulcombe, Kent. 
B. there. School, Maidstone (private). Matric. 1632; B.A. 
l633-€; M.A. 1639. C. of Appiedore, Kent, 1639-43. R. of 
Denton, 1644-63 (ejected). Benefactor to St John't. Died 
X671. 
BARLING, WALTER Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 
1623; B.A. 1626-7; M.A. 1630. R. of St Mary, Hoo, Kent, 
1661-79. Buried there Feb. 18, 1678-9. 



Barlow, William 

BARLOTT or BARLATT, WALTER. Matric. pens, from 

Trinity, Michs. 1602. 
BARLOW, ALEXANDER Adm. sizar at Clark, May 3, 1645. 

Matric 1645; B.A. 1648-9. 
BARLOW, BARNABAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
May 6, 1615, age 16. Of Baston, Hants. Matric 16x5; B.A. 
x6x8-9; M.A. 1622; B.D. 1629. Fellow, 16x8-37. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) June 8, 1623. Chaplain to Aichbishop of 
York. R. of Barton-in-Fabis, Notts., ejected. Preb. of 
Southwell, 1636. Canon of York, 1640. Died 1644. Brother 
of William (1598). (Walker. Sufferings, 85.) 
BARLOW, CHARLES. Adm. FelL-Com. at Emmanuel, Apr. 31, 

1733. 
BARLOW, HUGH. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, July 4, 1640. 
S. of Robert, of Broughton Sulney, Notts., carpenter. 
School, Newark. Matric. 1640, as ' Barton.' Ord. deacon 
(Chichester) Feb. 14, 1662-3. V. of Ruddington, Notts. 
Buried there, Mar 8, 1682. {Venn, i. 340.) 
BARLOWE, JOHN. B.A. 1533-4; M.A. 1537. Perhaps 
Preb. of Peterborough, 1541. Dean of Worcester, 1544-54. 
Preb. of Bristol, 1545-53. Preb. of Hereford, 1547-54. 
Archdeacon of Carmarthen, 1547. Deprived of his prefer- 
ments in 1554. 
BARLOW, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Dec. 12, 1610. 
Matric. 161 1 ; B.A. 16x3-4. Perhaps R. of Godalming, Surrey, 
1616-40. Died Oct. 28, 1640. 
BARLOW, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Queens', July 5, 1672. Of 
Cheshire. Matric 1674. One of these names P.C. of Lower 
Peover, Cheshire, 1675-86. 
BARLOW, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age x8) at St John's, Apr. xo, 
1747. S. of John, woolweaver, of Lanes. B. at Water, near 
Bury. School, Water. Matric. 1748; B.A. 1750-x. Ord. 
priest (Chester) 1752. P.C. of Ainsworth, Lanes., 1759. 
V. of Leigh, 1767-84. {Scott-Mayor, lu. 566.) 
BARLOW, IilATTHEW. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Sept. 2, 1637, age x6. Of Sombome, Hants. Matric 1639; 
B.A. 1641; M.A. 1644; M.D. 165X. Fellow, 1640-65. Vice- 
provost, till 1664. Brother of William (1633). 
BARLOWE, RANDOLPH. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Feb. 
1563-4. Scholar, 1564. Probably ord. priest (Norwich) 
Apr. 1588. R. of Brundall, Norfolk, 1595-16x4. V. of Wit- 
ton, 1613-27; of Little Plumstead, 16x4-27. Licensed to 
teach grammar at Bamham, Suffolk, 1586; probably curate 
there. Will proved (Norwich) 1627. {Peile, 1. 81; Fr. 
Johnson.) 
BARLOW, RALPH. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Michs. 1586. 
B. at Malpas, Cheshire, c. 1573. B.A. from Pembroke, 
1590-1; M.A. 1594; B.D. 1604; D.D. X623. Fellow of 
Pembroke, 1593. Incorp at Oxford, x6oo. Ord. priest (Ely). 
R. of King's Ripton, Hunts., 160X-14. Canon of Kildare, 
16x2-7. Archdeacon of Meath, 16x3. Dean of Leighlin, 
16x4. Precentor of Ossory, X615. Dean of Christ Church, 
Dublin, 1618-34. Archbishop of Tuam, 1629-38. Died 
Feb. 33, 1637-8. Buried in Tuam Cathedral, aged 66. {Al. 
Oxon.) 
BARLOW, RALPH. M.A. 1604 (Incorp. from Oxford). Of 
Cheshire. S. of Henry. Matric. (Oriel College, Oxford) 1594, 
age 20; B.A. 1596; M.A. 1599; B.D. 1606; D.D. 16x0. R. of 
Radnage, Bucks., 1606; of Farthlngstone, Northants., 1609; 
of Fawley, Hants., x6xx. Preb. of Lincoln, i6o8-x8. Preb. 
of Winchester, 1610. Dean of Wells, x62x. Buried in Wells 
Cathedral, July 27, 1631. Will, P.C.C. {Al. Oxon.; Vis. of 
Suss.) 
BARLOW, ROGER. Matric pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1557. 
Probably adm. at the Middle Temple, Feb. 15, 1564, as s. of 
Roger, of Thombury, Gloucs. 
BARLOW, SAMUEL Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Apr. 32, 1645. 
Of Lanes. S. of John, of Manchester. 5>chool, Manchester. 
Matric 1645; B.A. 1648-9. (Mumford, Manchester Grammar 
School.) 
BARLOW, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1557. 
BARLOW, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Christ's, Oct. 31, 1720. 
S. of John, clerk. B. at Marwood (? Harwood), Lanes. 
Matric. 1720; Scholar, 172X; B.A. 1724-5. Probably suc- 
ceeded his father as R. of Colne, Lanes., 1727, for a few 
weeks. Buried there May 5, X727. {Pe*l*, "• 200.) 
BARLOW, WILUAM, alias FINCH. Augustinian Canon at 
St Osyth, Essex. Studied at Cambridge. Prior of Blackmore, 
Tiptree, and Lees (in Essex); and of Bromehill, Norfolk. 
R. of Gt Cressingham, 1523. Prior of Haverfordwest; and 
finally of Bisham, Berks., 1535. Bishop of St Asaph, 1536; 
and, same vear, of St David's. Bishop of Bath and Wells, 
1349-53. TTien an exile in Germany. Bishop of Chichester, 
1559, and Canon of Westminstec Died Aug. 13, 1568. 
{Cooper I. 277 ; D.N.B.) He was a son of Thomas, of Barlow, 
Lanes., according to the pedigree in Thoreiby's Due. Leod. 
and grandson of Sir Thomas. 



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Barlow, William 

BARLOW, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from St JohnS, Michs. 
1580; B.A. 1583-4; M.A. 1587; B.D from Trinity Hall, 
1594; D.D. 1599. Fellow of Trinity Hall, 1590-7. Incorp. 
at Oxford, i6oi. R. of Orpington, Kent, 1597. R. of St 
Dunstan-in-the-East, 1597-1606. Preb. of St Paul's, 1601-8; 
of Westminster, 1601-13. Dean of Chester, 1602. Chaplain 
to Queen Elizabeth; Canon of Canterbury, 1606-8. R. of 
Southfleet and Bishop of Rochester, 1605. Bishop of Lincoln, 
1608-13. Died Sept. 7, 1613. Buried at Buckden, Himts. 
Will, P.C.C Benefactor to St John's. Controversial author. 
{D.N.B.; Al. Oxon.) 

BARLOW, WILLIAM Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 25, 1598, age 15. Of Winton, Hants. Matric. 1598; 
B.A. 1601-2; M.A. 1606; B.D. 1620. Fellow, 1601-11. 
V. of Sombome Regis, Hants., i6ir-8. Preb. of Southwell, 
1614; sequestered. Brother of Barnabas (1615). (Harwood.) 

BARLOW, WILLIAM Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton. 
Aug. 31, 1633, age 15. Of Sombome, Hants. S. of William 
(1598). Matric. 1633; B.A. 1637-8; M.A. 1641. Fellow, 
1636-44 (ejected). Possibly V. of Chalgrave, Beds., in 1663. 
Brother of Matthew (1637). 

BARLOW, WILLIAM M.D. 1661 (LU. Reg.). One of these 
names M.P. for County Pembroke, 1685. 

BARLOW, WILLIAM Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 
Jan. 22, 1673-4. S. of Alexander, deceased, of Ossington, 
Notts. B. there. School, Kelham. Matric. 1674. 

BARLOW, WILLIAM Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, 1676. 
Matric 1677; B.A. 1680-1: M.A. 1614. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) July, 1681; priest, Dec. 1682. One of these 
names R. of Tasburgh, Norfolk, 1682. Buried there, 1693. 

BARLOW, WILLIAM Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, May 3, 
1710. S. of William, tailor. B. at Derby. School, Derby. 
Matric. 1710; B.A. 1713-4; M.A. 1717. FeUow, 1718-25. 
Ord. deacon (London) Sept. 25, 1715; priest (Lincoln) 
Sept. 23, 1716. R. of Sutcomb, Devon. R. of Stoke 
Damerel, 1728. Died Mar. 28, 1753. Author, (T. P. Dorman.) 

BARLOW, WILLIAM Adm. pens, at Jesus, Jan ri, 1724-5- 
Of Middlesex. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 1725; Scholar; 
LL.B. 1730. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) May 24, 1730. V. of 
Hinxton, Cambs., 1731. V. of Elmstead, Essex, j7S^-5S- 
Died 1755. (A. Gray.) 

BARLOW, . B.A. 1510-1. 

BARLOE, . Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1544. 

BARBdASON or BARNARDISTON, GEORGE, Matric. pens, 
from Christ's, Easter, 1604. Probably s. of John, of 
Northill, Beds. Died May 1, 1638. (PeiU, i. 249.) 

BARN, JOHN, Fellow of Peterhouse, 1339, 

BARNABY, ANTHONY, Adm, sizar at Peterhouse, Oct. 9, 
1624. Of Lines, Matric, 1624; Scholar; B.A, 1628-9; M.A. 
1632. V. of Humberstone, Lines., 1634-5. {T.A. Walker, 29.) 

BARNARD, see also BERNARD, 

BARNARD, ANDREW, Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 15, 1505, age 17. Of Wallop, Hants. B.A, 1508-9. 
Fellow, 1508-10. 

BARNARD, BALDWIN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1569. S. of Francis. Of Abington, Northants. Died Sept. 7, 
1610, age 56. Buried at Abington. M.I. there. (Lipscomb, 
Pedigree, i. 522.) 

BARNARD, BENJAMIN, Adm. sizar at Caius, Aug. 20, 1613, 
age 18. S. of Thomas, minister, of Dorset. School, Bland- 
ford. 

BARNARD, CHARLES, Adm. pens, at St Cathakinb's, May 14, 
1684. 

BARNARD, CHRISTOPHER, Matric, pens, from Trinity, 
Easter, 1615. S. of Robert, of Langham, Norfolk. B.A. 1619. 
R. of Dickleburgh, Norfolk, 1622-43 : ejected. Restored 1660. 
Died Oct. 5, 1680, aged 83. Father of Edward (1642-3). 

BARNARD, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Caius, July 2, 1639. 
S. of John, of Wymondham, Norfolk, gent. Bapt. there, 
1621. Schools, Wymondham and Norwich. 

BARNARD or BERNARD, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) 
at Christ's, Jan. 21, 1642-3. S. of Christopher (1615), 
R. of Dickleburgh, Norfolk. B. there. School, Diss. B.A. 
1646; M.A. from King's, 1650. Perhaps ord. priest (Lincoln) 
May 25, 1662. R. of Diss, Norfolk, 1662-78 (died), (Peile, i, 
484.) 

BARNARD, EDWARD, Adm. pens, (age 15) at St John's, 
Sept. 4, 1646. S. of Henry, mercer (and mayor) of Hull. 
B. there. School, Hull. Matric. 1646. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 
Oct. 26, 1648. Barrister, 1655. Ancient, 1671. Knighted, 
1669. Of North Dalton, Yorks. Father of Henry (1670) and 
the next. 

BARNARD or BERNARD, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at 
St John's, Aug. 13, 1671. S. of Sir Edward (above), Knt., 
of Hull, Yorks. B. there. School, Private, Matric, 1671. 



Barnard, John 

BARNARD, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, 
June 4, 1735. S. of George (1723), clerk, R. of Knebworth, 
Herts. B. at Harpenden. School, Eton. Matric. 1735; 
B.A. 1738-9; M.A. 1742; B.D. 1750; D.D. 1756. Fellow, 
1744-56. rtivate tutor at Eton to Mr Charles Townshend. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) May 24, 1741; priest (Ely) Mar. 
1744-5- Headmaster of Eton, 1754-64. R. of St Paul's Cray, 
Kent, 1752. V. of Ospringe, 1756-77. Canon of Windsor, 
1760. Chaplain to the King, 1760. Provost of Eton, 1764. 
Died Dec. 2, 1781, Buried at Harpenden. {Harwood; 
D.N.B.) 

BARNARD, FRANCIS, Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1572. 
Probably s. of Francis, of Kingsthorpe, Northants. and 
brother of Baldwin. (Lipscomb, Pedigree, 1. 522.) 

BARNARD, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs, 
1583- 

BARNARD or BERNARD, FRANCIS, Adm. pens, (age 13) at 
Christ's, Apr. 22, 1645. S. of Robert (1646). B. at 
Northampton. School, Huntingdon. Matric. 1645; B.A. from 
Corpus Chris ti, 1648-9; M.A. from Pembroke, 1652. Fellow 
of Pembroke, 1650-4. R. of Houghton, Hunts., 1656-79. 
Died 1679. Brother of John (1645). 

BARNARD, FRANCIS, Adm. pens, at Cu^re, June 13, 1707. 
B. at Caxton, Cambs. Matric. 1707; B.A. 1710-1; M.A. 
1714; D.D. 1728. Fellow, 1713-21. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
Sept. 21, 1718. Preb. of Norwich, 1720-56. V. of St Giles, 
Cambridge, 1720. R. of St Bartholomew Exchange, London. 
Died Sept. 20, 1756. Will (P.C.C.) 1756. (G. Mag.) 

BARNARD, GEORGE. B.A. from St John's, 1609-10; M.A. 
1613. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 4; priest, June 5, 1615. 
Preb. of Southwell, 1616-39. Died 1639. 

BARNARD, GEORGE. M.A. from Emuani/ei., 1723. S. of G. 
of St Giles, Middlesex, clerk. Matric, (St Mary Hall, Oxford) 
Oct. II, 1707, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1711. Ord. priest 
(Ely) Feb. 21, 1713-4; C. of Bushey, Herte. R. of Knebworth, 
1737-60. V. of Luton, Beds., 1745-60. Died June 14, 1760. 
Father of Edward (1735). (Al. Oxon.) 

BARNARD, HENRY. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 16) at St John's, 
June 3, 1670. S. of Sir Edward (1646), Knt., of Hull, Yorks. 
B. there. School, Hull. Matric 1670. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 
June 21, 1669. Brother of Edward (1671). 

BARNARD, HENRY, Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 
Apr. 20, 1695. S. of Sir Edward, Knt. B. at Beveriey, 
Yorks. School, Sedbergh. Matric, 1695; M.B. 1700. Of 
Beverley. Died June 25, 1769. 

BARNARD or BERNARD, ISAAC Matric pens, from Clare, 
Easter, 1604; B.A. as Bernard, 1607-8; M.A. 1611. 

BARNARD or BERNARD, JAMES, Matric. sizar from Queens', 
Easter, 1588. Of Kent. Perhaps R. of Warden, Kent, 1595- 
1617. Died 1617. 

BARNARD, JEROME. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 23, 1537, age 17. Of Ingatestone, Essex, Fellow, 
1540-5, B.A. 1541-2. 

BARNARD, JOHN. In residence at Jesus, 1535-6. 

BARNARD, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs, 1562, 

BARNARD, JOHN, Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1569. 

BARNARD, JOHN. Scholar of Trinity, 1591. Probably s. of 
John, of Chesterton, Cambs. B.A. 1592-3; M.A. 1596. 

BARNARD or BERNARD, JOHN. Matric. Fell.-Com. from 
King's, Lent, 1620-1. S. of Baldwyn. B. 1605. Knighted, 
1661. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 3, 1624. Died Mar. 13, 
1673-4. Buried at Abington, Northants. One of these names 
(Knt.) M.P. for Northampton, 1664, but name erased from 
the Return and another substituted. (Le Neve, Mon.; 
Lipscomb, Pedigree, 1. 523.) 

BARNARD or BERNARD, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 15) at 
Christ's, Apr. 27, 1627. S. of Thomas. B. at Bishop's Stortford. 
School, Stortford. Matric. 1627; B.A. 1 630-1; M.A. 1634. 
One of these names V. of Berwick St James, Wilts., 1635-8. 
V. of Eling, Hants., 1638; died before 1667. {PeiU, 1. 383.) 

BARNARD, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', Feb. 32, 1644-5. 
S. of John, of Caistor, Lines. B. there. Bapt Nov. 10, 1628. 
School, Caistor. Migrated to Oxford, 1648. B.A. (Oxford) 
1648; M.A. 1650-1; B.D. and D.D. 1669. FeUow of Lincoln 
College, 1650. R. of Waddington, Lines., 1656. V, of 
Gedney. Preb. of Lincoln, 1672. Author, Censura Cleri, 
Theologo-Historicus, etc Died Aug. 17, 1683. {D.N.B. ; Ak 
Oxon. ; Lines. Pedigrees.) 

BARNARD or BERNARD, JOHN, Adm. pens, (age 14) at 
Christ's, Apr. 12, 1645. S. of Robert (1646). B. at Northamp- 
ton, 1630. School, Huntingdon. Matric 1645. Adm. at 
the Middle Temple, Jan. 21, 1644-5; s. of Robert, 'Master 
of the Utter Bar,' Middle Temple. M.P. for Huntingdon, 
1654,1656,1659,1660. Succeeded as Bart., 1666. Died June, 
1679. Buried at Brampton. Brother of Francis (1645), 
{PeiU, I, 493; G.E.C.) 



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BARNARD, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age i6) at St John's, June z8, 
1647. S. of George, clerk, of W. Heslerton, Yorks. B. there. 
School, Coxwold. Matric 1647. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Nov. 23, 1650. 

BARNARD or BERNARD, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at 
Christ's, July 3, 1669. S. of Robert. B. at Sampford, 
Essex. School, Brentwood. Matric 1670; B.A. 1672-3. 
Ord. deacon (London) Sept. 1672. C. of Little Warley, 
Essex. R. of Hazeleigh, 1674-81. {PeiU, 11. 25.) 

BARNARD or BERNARD, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, 
Michs. 1671 ; impubes 

BARNARD, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, May 24, 
1672. S. of William, deceased, of Hatclifle, Lines. B. there. 
School, Lincoln. Matric. 1672. Migrated to Trinity Hall. 
LL.B. 1678. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 19, 1680; priest (lie. 
from Canterbury) 1681. R. of Thoresby, Lines., 1681. 

BARNARD, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, Aug. 19, 
1702. S. of John, lawyer, of London. B. at ' P*inest,' Essex. 
School, Eton. One of these names adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Nov. a, 1700. 

BARNARD, JOHN, Adm. sizar at Jksus, Apr. 17, 1706. S. of 
Robert (1680), clerk, of Laughton, Yorks. Malxic. 1706; 
B.A. 1709-10. For possible M.A. see next entry. 

BARNARD or BERNARD, JOHN. 'B.A. from Jesus, 1712-3.' 
Perhaps a mistake for the M.A. degree of the last. 

BARNARD or BERNARD, Sir JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) 
at Trinity, July 6, 1716. S. of Sir Robert, Bart., of Bramp- 
ton, Hunts. School, Bishop's Stortford, Herts. Matric. 1716; 
M.A. 1722. Succeeded as 4th Bart., c. 1703. Died Dec. 15, 
1766. (Lipscomb, P«iitgr««, I. 523; G.£.C.) 

BARNARD, JOSIAS. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, June 17, 
1625. S. of James, of Harrow, Middlesex, husbandman. 
School, Harrow. Matric. 1625. Died in College; buried 
at St Michael's, Nov. 27, 1628. 

BARNARD, MANISTER. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, May 22, 
1721. Of Herts. Matric. 1721-2; B.A. 1724-5; M.A. 1728. 
Ord. deacon (London) June 5, 1726. 

BARNARD or BERNARD, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, May 12, 1614. B. at Barrington, Cambs., 1598. 
B.A. 1618-9; M.A. 1622. Incorp. at Oxford, 1628. Lecturer 
at St Sepulchre, London. Imprisoned during the Common- 
wealth, about 1656; died soon afterwards. 

BARNARD, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, 
Oct. 19, 1706. ist s. of John, gent. B. in Coleman Street, 
London. Schools, Oakham, and Westminster. Matric. 1707. 
Perhaps adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 27, 1707. 

BARNARD or BERNARD, NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, May 24, 1617. Matric. 1617; Scholar; B.A. 1620-1; 
M.A. 1624. Fellow. Incorp. at Oxford, 1628. Chaplain to 
Archbishop Usher. R. of St Peter's, Drogheda, 1628. Dean 
of Kilmore, 1627; and of Ardagh, 1637. Canon of Dromore, 
1637. R. of Whitchurch, Salop, 1660. Chaplain and Almoner 
to Oliver Cromwell. Preacher at Gray's Inn, 1651-61. Died 
Oct. 15, 1661. Buried at Whitchurch. (Al. Oxon.; D.N.B.) 

BARNARDE, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1344. 

BARNARD, RICHARD. Original Fellow of Trinity, 1546. 

BARNARD, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 
1563; Scholar, 1564; B.A. 1367-8, as Bernard. Possibly s. 
of Thomas, of Spilsby, Lines. (Peile, i. 79.) 

BARNARD, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at EMHANtncL, 1584-5. 
Matric. 1584-5. 

BARNARD, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Sidney, Apr. 16, 
1669. S. of John, yeoman, of Fdstead. B. at Dunmow. 
School, Felstead. Matric. 1669; B.A. 1672-3. Ord. deacon 
(London) Dec. 1673; priest (Norwich) Sept. 1674. R. of 
Hepworth, Suffolk. Probably R. of IJry Drayton, Cambs., 
1679. R. of Gilston, Herts., Apr. to Dec. 1680. 

BARNARD or BARNATT, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Em- 
MANUBL, May 22, 1738. S. of George, of York, gent. School, 
Beverley. Scholar; Matric. 1739; LL.B. 1744. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln), Dec. 19, 1742. P.C. of St Michael le-Belfry, York, 
1753. Preb. of Southwell, 1781-3. Died 1783. 

BARNARD, ROBERT. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
147a. B.A. (? 1476-7); M.A.1480. Ord. acolyte (Lincoln) Sept. 
1473. Master of the College of Fotbcringhay, 1309. Died c, 
1521. (Cooper, I. 26.) 

BARNARDE or BERNARD, ROBERT. Matric. FeU.-Com. from 
Trinity, Easter, 1643. One of these names, s. and h. of 
Robert, 'Master of the Utter Bar,' Middle Temple; adm. at 
the Middle Temple, June, 1640. 

BARNARD or BERNARD, ROBERT. University Counsel, 1646. 
S. of Francis, Esq.; adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 13, 
1613. U. at Kingsthorpe, Northants., 1601. Recorder of 
Huntingdon. M.P. for Huntingdon, 1640. Steward and Judge 



Barnard, William 

of the Court of the Isle of Ely, 1649. Created Bart. 1663. 

Died 1666. Buried at Abington, Northants. Father of 

John (1645) and Francis (1645). (G.E.C.) 
BARNARD, ROBERT (1661), see BERNARD, 
BARNARD, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Queens', Dec 4, 1680. Of 

Yorks. Matric. i68i; B.A. 1084-3; M.A. 1690. V. of 

Laughton, Yorks., 1686-1728. Father of John (1706). 
BARNARD, STEPHEN. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Easter. 

1571. 
BARNARDE, THOMAS. B.A. 1539-40; M.A. 1545. One of 

these names, M.A., R. of Northwold, Norfolk, 1554-6. 
BARNARD, THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St Catharine's 

June 16, 1664. ' 

BARNARD or BERNARD, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 15) at 
St John's, Feb. 25, 1668-9. S. of Thomas, farmer, of Chelms- 
ford, Essex. B. there. School, Walden. Matric. 1669- 
B.A. 1672-3; M.A. 1676. Perhaps R. of LitUe Barfield, 
Essex. Married Elizabeth GlanviMe, of Wimbish, May 20 
1684. Died 17x8. (Morant, 11. 524.) ' 

BARNARD, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, May 23, 
1697. S. of Richard, deceased, of Petworth, Sussex. B. at 
Horsham, School, Petworth. 

BARNARD, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Magdalene, 
July 7, 1703. S. of Thomas, of Pontefract, deceased. School, 
Leeds. Migrated to St John's, July 2, 1705. Matric. 1705 ; B.A. 
1708-9; M.A. 1713. Headmaster of Leeds Granmiar School, 
1712-50. Died May 20, 1750. Father of Thomas (1737). 

BARNARD, THOMAS. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1715. Of 
Herts. Matric. 1717; B.A. 1718-9. 

BARNARD, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, June 24, 
1737. S. of Thomas (1703). B. at Leeds. School, Leeds. Matric. 
1737; B.A. 1740-1; M.A. 1744; B.D. 1752. Fellow, 1743-58. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 13, 1742; priest, Dec. 20, 1747. 
R. of Newmarket St Mary, with Wood Ditton, 1752-81. 
R. of Withersfield, Suffolk, 1756-81. Chaplain to the King, 
1762. Died Nov. 8, 1781. [ScoU-Mayor, iv. 485.) 

BARNARD, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, July 1, 
1740. S. of George, C. of Harpenden, Herts. B. there. 
Educated at his father's school, Harpenden. Matric. 1740; 
B.A. 1743-4; M.A. 1757. Ord. deacon (Ely) May, 1746. R. 
of St. Michael's, Barbados, 1748-56. V. of Maple Durham, 
Oxon., 1766-84. Fellow of Eton College, 1772. Buried at 
Maple Durham, Dec. 27, 1784. (H. C. Barnard.) 

BARNARD, THOMAS. M.A. 1749. S. of William (1717), Bishop 
of Londonderry. B. in Surrey. School, Westminster. Adm. 
Fell.-Com. at Dublin, Oct. 27, 1744, age 17; B.A. (Dublin) 
1748; D.D. (Dublin) 1761. Archdeacon of D«rry, 1761. 
Dean of Derry, 1769. Bishop of Killaloe, 1780. Bi^op of 
Limerick, 1794- F.R.S. 1783. Friend of Burke, Johnson, 
etc. Died June 7, 1806. {D.N.B.; Al. Westmon. 323.) 

BARNARD, WALTER. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 
1575- One of these names adm. at Gray's Inn, 1577. 

BARNARD, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Queens', Easter, 1574. 
Of Essex. 

BARNARD, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, c. 1596; 
B.A. (? 1602-3) ; M.A. 1609. Ord. deacon and priest (Peterb.) 
Mar. 8, 1603-4. R. of Orwell, Cambs., 1608-44. Buried at 
Orwell, Sept. 25, 1644. 

BARNARD, WILLIAM. Matric. FoU.-Com. from St John's, 
Lent, 1615-6. 

BARNARD, WILLIAM. M.A. 1627 (Incorp. from Oxford). 
Of London. Matric. (Oxford) June 30, 1615, age 17; B.A. 
1618; M.A. (Gloucester Hall) 1621. {Al. Oxon.) 

BARNARD, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 
1634; B.A. 1638-9; M.A. 1642. One of these names R. of 
Ash, Surrey, till 1662, Perhaps R. of Reepham, Lines.; 
buried there Aug. 22, 1670, 

BARNARD orBERNARD, WILLIAM. Adm.sizarat Magdalene, 
May 28, 1650. S. of George, clerk, of Heslerton, Yorks. 
School, Coxwold. Matric. 1650; B.A. 1652-3. Of West 
Heslerton. 

BARNARD, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
June 23, 1709. S. of Edward. B. at N. Dalton, Yorks. 
School, Beverley. Matric. 1709; B.A. 1712-3; M.A. from 
Trinity, 1716. 

BARNARD, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 30) at Trinity, 
June 19, 1717. S. of John, of the Middle Temple, and of 
Clapham, London. B. there. School, Westminster. Matric. 
1718; Scholar, 1718; B.A. 1720-1; M.A. 1724; D.D. 1740. 
Fellow, 1723. Ord. deacon (Ely) Dec. 19, 1725 ; priest, Mar. 6, 
1725-6. R. of Esher, Surrey, 1726-44. Chaplain to the King, 
1728. Preb. of Westminster, 1732-43. V. of St Bride's, 
London, 1739-47. Dean of Rochester, 17^3. Bishop of 
Raphoe, 1744. Bishop of Derry, 1747. Died Jan. 10, 1768. 
Buried in Westminster Abbey. Father of Thomas (1749). 
{D.N.B.; A I. Wtttmon. 370.) 



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Barnardiston, Arthur 

BARNARD, . B.Can.L. 1511-3. 

BARNARD, . B.D. 1547. Pexhaps Fellow of Tbinity, 1550. 

BARNARDISTON, ARTHUR. Matric. pens, from St John's, 
Michs. 1608. S. of Sir Thomas, of Witham, Essex. Of the 
Inner Temple. Master in Chancery, 1655. Died Nov 1677. 
{Lines. Pedisrut', Burke, L.G.) 

BARNARDISTON, GEORGE (1604), see BARMASON, 

BARNADISTON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
April 6, 1668, Matric 1670; B.A 1671-2; M.A. 1673. Ord. 
priest (Lincoln) Feb. 9, 1699-1700. Preb. of Southwell, 
1709-12. Died 1712. 

BARNARDISTON, GILES. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, 
Michs. 1641. Of Suffolk. S. of Giles, of Clare, Suffolk. B.A. 
1644. Bapt. Jan. 26, 1624-5. Became a quaker. Died 1680. 
{Lines. Pedigrees.) 

BARNARDISTON, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, 
Easter, 1641. 

BARNARDISTON, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, 1737. 
S. of George, of the Middle Temple. B. in London. Exhi- 
bitioner from Tonbridge School. Matric. Michs. 1737; B.A. 
1740-1; M.A. 1744; B.D. 1752; D.D. 1764. Fellow of Corpus 
Christi, 1745-59. Taxor, 1749. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1747; 
priest, June 5, 1748. R. of Brinkley, and Borough Green, 
Cambs., 1751. V. of Stow-cMW-Quy, 1754. V. of St Benet, 
Cambridge, 1758. R. of Fulmodeston and Thiming, 
Norfolk, 1759-78. Master of Corpus Christi, July 7, 
1764-78. Vice-Chancellor, 1764-5. Protobibliothecarius, 
1769-78. Preb. of Lincoln, 1769. Died in College, June 17, 
1778. {Mailers; Lines. Pedigrees.) 

BARNARDISTON, ROBERT. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St Catha- 
rine's, 1637. Of Bedfordshire. S. and h. of Henry, of 
Ickwellbury, Beds. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Oct 24, 1638. Of 
Ickwellbury, Esq. Married Ann, dau. of Sir William Vaughan , 
of Terracoed, Carmarthen. (J. Foster, Gray's Inn; Vis. of 
Beds., 1634; Lines. Pedigrees.) 

BARNARDISTON, THOMAS. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Queens', 
Lent, 1579-80. Perhaps s. of Sir Thomas, Knt, of Keding- 
ton, Suffolk; adm. at Uie Inner Temple, 1582. 

BARNARDISTON, THOMAS. Matric. FeU.-Coin. from St 
Catharine's, Michs. 1633. Of Suffolk. Probably s. and h. 
of Nathaniel, of Kedington. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 1, 
1635. Knighted, 1641. Created Bart. 1661. M. P. for Bury, 
1645-53; for Suffolk, 1654, 1656, 1658; and for Ipswich, 1661. 
Died Oct. 4, 1669. Buried at Kedington. {D.N.B.; G.E.C.) 

BARNARDISTON, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. atSiCATHARiNE's, 
June 16, 1664. S. and h. of Thomas (above), of Kedington, 
Suffolk, Knt. and Bart. Matric. 1664. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 
June 19, 1667. Succeeded as Bart. 1669. M.P. for Grimsby, 
1685, 1689; for Sudbury, 1690-98. Died Oct. 7, 1698, aged 52. 
Father of Thomas, below. (Burke, L.G.; G.E.C.) 

BARNARDISTON, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Jesus, Apr. 25, 
1692. S. of Sir Thomas, Bart., above. B. Aug. 7, 1674. Bapt. 
at Hackney, Middlesex, Aug 18. Matric. 1692. Succeeded 
as 3rd Bart., 1698. Died Nov. 12, 1700, age 26. Buried 
at Kedington. {Lines. Pedigrees; G.E.C.) 

BARNARDISTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, Jan. 10. 
1721-2. B. at Bury, Suffolk, 1706. S. of Thomas, of Wyver- 
stone, and Bury. School, Bury. Matric. 1722. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, 1723. Serjeant-at-law, 1736. Died Oct. 14, 
1752. Buried at Chelsea. Nephew of Sir George Downing, 
founder of Downing College. Had he Uved he would have in- 
herited the estate. Author, Reports in Chaneery. {D.N.B.; 
Lines. Pedigrees.) 

BARNARDISTON, . Scholar at King's Hall, 1336. 

BARNBY, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Caius, May, 1624. 
S. of Thomas, of Beccles, Suffolk, shoemaker. Scholar, 1627- 
9; B.A. 1627-8. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) July 9; priest, July 
10, 1629. V. of Gt Redisham, Suffolk, 1631. {Venn, 1. 266.) 

BARNBY, JOHN. Proctor, 1461-2; at the King's visit. Preb. 
of Southwell, 1471-98. Died 1498. 

BARNBY, RALPH. Adm. sizar at Clare, Jan. 13, 1639-40. 
Matric. 1640; B.A. 1643-4. 

BARNBY , . B.A. 1526-7. Probably William, of Pembroke. 

Chaplain of the Chantry at Orton Waterville, Hunts., 1544. 
(/. E B. Mayor.) 

BARNER, JOHN. 
{impubes). 

BARNES, ADAM. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, Apr. 26, 
1710. S. of Adam, schoolmaster. B. at Dockwray, Cumber- 
land. School, Dockwray. Matric. 1710; B.A. 1713-4; M.A. 
1718. Ord. priest (Norwich) Feb. 1718-9. V. of Stoke-by. 
Nayland, Suffolk, 1719-30. R. of Tattingstone, 1726. R. of 
Polstead, 1730-4. V. of Dedham, Essex. Died 1759. 



Matric. sizar from Tkinity, Easter, 1588 



Barnes, JohN 

BARNES, ANTHONY. Adm. sizar at Clare, Jan. 9, 1678-9. 

Of Donington, Lincoln. Matric. 1679; B.A. 1682-3; M.A. 

1691. Ord. priest (Lincoln) Mar. 2, 1682-3. C. of Mable- 

thorpe St Peter, 1692. R. of WUloughby, Lines., 1694. 

V. of Edenham. Chaplain to the Duke of Ancaster. Preb. of 

Lincoln, 1713-28. 
BARNES, CHARLES. Adm. sizar (age 15) at St John's, Dec 29, 

1676. S. of Simon, deceased, of Homsey, Middlesex. B. 

there. School, Ely. Matric. 1677; B.A. 1680-1; M.A. 1699. 

Minor canon of St Paul's, 1697. Senior 'Cardinal,' 1710. 

{Hennessy.) 
BARNES, CHARLES. Matric sizar from King's, Easter, 1703; 

B.A. 1711-2. 
BARNES, CHRISTOPHER. Matric pens, from Christ's, Easter, 

1608. S. of William, of Bedbome, Darlington. Bapt. Nov. 

19, 1590. Badlifi of Darlington, 1625. Buried Mar. 5, 1630-1, 

in Darlington Church. (Longstaffe, Darlington; Vis. of 

Durham.) 
BARNES, DANIEL. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1636. 

Exhibitioner from St Paul's School, 1635. 

BARNES, EDMUND. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Caius, Nov. 14, 

1615. Of Taverham, Noriolk. S. of William, husbandman. 

School, Norwich. Matric 1615; B.A. 1619-20; M.A. 1623. 

Ord. priest (Peterb.) June 11, 1620. R. of Pakefield (med.), 

Suffolk, 1623. {Venn, 1. 231.) 
BARNES, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at Petkrhouse, Apr. 9, 1620. 

Matric Easter, 1620; B.A. 1623; M.A. 1627. Ord. deacon 

(Peterb.) July 25; priest, Sept. 21, 1623. 

BARNES, EDWARD. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1723. Of 
Norfolk. Matric. Lent, 1724; B.A. 1726-7. 

BARNES, EMANUEL. M.A. 1586 (Incorp. from Basle). S. of 
Richard, Bishop of Durham. Matric. from Magdalen College, 
Oxford, 1577, age 16; B.A. (Oxford) 1579; M.A. 1581. Canon 
of Durham, 1585; and of York, 1602. R. of Houghton-le- 
Spring, Durham, 1584; of Wolsingbam, 1585-1614; and of 
Crayke, Yorks., 1612. Died 1614. {Al.Oxon;Vis,of Yorks., 
1612.) 

BARNES, GEORGE. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 17, 1584, age 16. Of Wobum, Beds. Matric 1584; 
B.A. 1588-9; M.A. 1592. Fellow, 1587-94. Preacher at 
Hounslow, Middlesex, 1596, when licensed to marry Elizabeth, 
widow of — Newton, of Somerset. R. of Middleton-on-the- 
Wolds, Yorks., 1601-17. Died 1617. (J. C. Smith.) 

BARNES or BARNE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age ij) at St 
John's, Feb. 27, 1687-8. S. of John, merchant B. in 
London. School, Leicester. Matric 1688; B.A. 1691-2; 
M.A. 1695. Fellow, 1694-6. Nephew of Miles, D.D. Died 
s.p. (Suckling, Suffolk, i. 95.) 

BARNE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pembroke, Mar. 16, 
1729-30. S. of John, of London, mercer. Matric 1730; 
LL.B. 1736. Adm, at the Inner Temple, June 13, 1730. 

BARNES, HENRY. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 
1629; B.A. 1631-2. 

BARNES, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June, 1749. Only s. 
of Allin, miller. B. at Yaxley, Hunts. Schools, Fotheringhay 
and Oakham. Matric 1749. 

BARNES, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Michaelhouse, Michs. 
1546. Original Fellow of Trinity, 1546. One of these names 
R. of Wormley, Herts., till his death, 1566. 

BARNES, JOHN. Adm. pens, at King's, Easter, 1562. 

BARNES, JOHN. LL.B. 1562-3. Of Corpus Christi. One of 
these names 'LL.D.' s. of John, of Bold, Lanes., R. of 
Haughton le Skeme, 1578. Buried there Apr. 17, 1591. 
(H. P. Stokes; Longstaffe, Darlington.) 

BARNES, JOHN. Matric pens, from Queens', Michs. 1567. 
One of these names R. of Ashy, Westmorland, 1572-8. 

BARNES, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, Aug. 24, 
1573, age 17- Of Wobum, Beds. Matric. 1573; B.A. 1577- 
8; M.A. 1581; B.D. 1587. Fellow, 1576-88. Vice-Provost, 
1585-8. University preacher, 1585-6. R. of St Peter's, 
Dunstable, Beds., 1588. R. of Basingham, Lines., 159a- 
1612. Preb. of Lincoln, 1610-2 (perhaps also 1587-9). 

BARNE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1586. 

BARNES, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Jan. 13, 1592-3. 
Of Tibbenham, Norfolk. S. of John, yeoman. School, 
Tibbenham. Matric. c. 1593; B.A. 1596-7. Perhaps R. of 
Spexhall, Suffolk, 1609-20. {Venn, i. 146.) 

BARNE, JOHN, see BERNE. 

BARNES or BARNE, JOHN. Scholar of Trinity, Easter, 1633; 
B.A. 1627-8. 

BARNES, JOHN. Matric pens, from Clare, Michs. 1637; B.A. 
1630-1. 



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BARNES, JOHN. Adm. at St Catharine's, Hay 9, 1645. 

Matric. 164s. S. of John, gent., of St Mary Overies, Surrey. 

B. there. Migrated to St John's, July 10, 1646. 
BARNES, JOHN. Adm. at Clare, June 13, 1651, as B.A. from 

Oxford. Matric. from St Mary Hall, Oxford, 1650. 

BARNES, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June z8, 1661. 
Of Bucks. Matric. 1661; B.A. 1664-5; M.A. 1668. Incorp. 
at Oxford, 1669. Ord. priest (London) Sept. 1669. R. of 
W. Hanningfield, Essex, 1679-90. Died 1690. 

BARNES or BARNE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peter- 
house, Feb. I, 1685-6. Of London. School, St Paul's. 
Matric. 1686; Sdiolar, 1686. Adm. at Emmanuel, July i, 1687. 

BARNES, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Nov. 27, 1740. 
S. of Andrew, grocer, of Lakenheath, Suffolk. B. there. 
Schools, Brandon and Bury. Matric. 1740-1; Scholar, 1741- 
5; B.A. 1744-5. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 9, i745; 
priest, Sept. 22, 1745. R. of Coney Weston, Suffolk, i745- 
i8i8; of Bamingham, 1745-1818. Died at Lakenheath, 
Jan. 21, 1818, aged 97. M.I. there. {Venn, ir. 48.) 

BARNES, JOSEPH. M.A. 1639 (Incorp. from Oxford). S. of 
Robert (1604), of Rotherfidd, Oxon., clerk. Matric. at Ox- 
ford, Apr. 13, 1632, age 17; B.A. 1634; M.A. 1637. R- of 
East Ilsley, Berks., 1639. Will (Cons. C. of Sarum) 1671. 
{Al. Oxon.; J.C.Smith.) 

BARNES, JOSHUA. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Dec. 11, 1671. 
Of Middlesex. S. of Edward, merchant-taylor, of London. 
B. Jan. 10, 1654. School, Christ's Hospital: exhibitioner. 
Matric. 1672-3; B.A. 1675-6; M.A. 1679; B.D. 1686. Incorp. 
at Oxford, 1706. Fellow, 1678-1701. Regius Professor of 
Greek, 1695-1712. F.R.S. 1710. Died Aug. 3, 1712, at 
Hemingford, Hunts., aged 58. M.I. there. Author: Greek 
scholarship, etc. {D.N.B.; Le Neve, Mon. 11. 246.) 

BARNES, JOSHUA. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1731. 
S. of John. B. at Oundle, Northants. Matric. 1731; B.A. 
1735-6; M.A. 1739. Fellow, 1734-47. Assistant master at 
Eton. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 17, 1739. Chaplain 
to the Eari of Berkeley. R. of Thruxton, Hants. V. of 
Latton, Wilts., 1748. In 1749 be became D.D. at Gottingen. 
Vied Feb. 16, 1772; of Thruxton, Hants. (G. Mag.) 

BARNES, MARLION. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pbterhouse, June 
17,1641. Of Middlesex. School, Charterhouse. Scholar, 164 1. 

BARNES, MARTIN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Sidney, Feb. 3, 
1717-8. S. of William. B. in London. School, Merchant 
Taylors'. Matric. 1717; B.A. 1721-2; M.A. 1725; B.D. 1732. 
Fellow, 1724. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Feb. 21, 1724-5; priest, 
Mar. 6, 1725-6. R. of Swanscombe, Kent, 1757-9. Died 
Sept. 27, 1759- M.I. there. 

BARNE or BARNES, MILES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, a scholar 
from Westminster, 1618. S. of Sir William, of Woolwich, Knt. 
Matric. Michs. 1618; B.A. 1622-3; M.A. 1626. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) June 8; priest, June 9, 162S. R. of Brooke, Kent, 
1640-63. V. of Folkestone, i666. R. of Bishopsboume. Died 
Sept. I, 1670. Father of the next. (Suckling, Suffolk, i. 95; 
Burke, L.G.) 

BARNES or BARNE, MILES. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, 
Easter, 1657. S. of Miles (above), R. of Bishopsboume, Kent; 
grandson of Sir William. B.A. 1659-60; M.A. 1663; D.D. 1682 
XlU. Reg.). Fellow, 1662-89. Proctor, 1667-8. Incorp. at 
Oxford, 1664. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1663; priest, Sept. 24, 1664. 
Chaplain to Charles II. V. of Madingley, Cambs., 1662- 
82. Died at Kingbam, Oxon., c. 1709. Buried there. {Al. 
Oxon; T. A. WcUker, no; Suckling, i. 96.) Al. Oxon. is 
wrong as to his preferments. 

BARN, NATHANIEL. Mandate for M.D. 1689. 

BARNES, NICHOLAS. Matric. pens, from Clare, Michs. 1564. 

BARNES, OWEN. Matric. pens, from Queen's, Easter, 1634. 

Of Norfolk 2nd s. of William, of I. of Ely, Esq. Adm. 

at Gray's Inn, June 23, 1637. Town clerk of Lynn, 1662-70. 

Died 1670, aged 52. M.I at East Winch. (Top. and Gen. 11. 

95; Vu. of Norfolk, 1664.) 
BARNES, PETER. Matric. Fell -Com. from Queens', Easter, 

1587. Of London. Probabjy 5th s. of Sir George, of London, 

Knt. Adm. at the Middle Temple, May 11, 1591. 
BARNES, PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 8, 1726. 

Of Derbyshire, Matric. 1726. Afterwards Fell.-Com. S. of 

William, of Derby, Esq. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 3, 

1728. Died Jan. 6, 1770. {Land. Mag.) 
BARNES, RALPH. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1610. 

Of Yorks. 
BARNES, RICHARD. Fellow of Clarx in 1393. 

BARNES, RICHARD. Bishop of Ehirham; said to have Uken 
the B.D. degree at Cambridge, but there seems no record of 
this. He was B.A. at Oxford, 1553-4; M.A. 1556-7; D.D. 
1579-80. Bishop of Carlisle, 1570; of Durham, 1577-87. 
Died Aug. 24, 1587. {Cooper, 11. 15; D.N.B.; Al. Oxon.) 



Barnes, William 

BARNES, RICHARD. Matric pens, from Christ's, Easter, 
1577. 

BARNES, ROBERT. Incorp. as B.D. 1522-3; D.D. 1523. Bom 
near Lynn, Norfolk, c. 1495. Friend and contemporary of 
Bishop Bale. Early became an Augustinlan friar; studied 
at their house in Cambridge, and became prior. Embraced 
Reformed opinions, and was imprison^. Escaped to 
Antwerp. Returned on the invitation of Cromwell, 1531. 
Employed on foreign missions by the King. Finally relapsed, 
and burnt as a heretic, July 30, 1540. {Cooper, 1. 74; D.N.B.) 

BARNES, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1566. 
One Robert Bame; s. of William, of Harlton, Cambs., of 
the Middle Temple; adm. at the Middle Temple, Feb. 1570. 

BARNES, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Easter, 
1584. 

BARNES, ROBERT. M.A. 1604 (Incorp. from Oxford). S. of 
Joseph, printer to Oxford University. Matric. (Oxford) 
Mar. 13, 1589-90, age 13. Chorister and demy of Magdalen. 
B.A. 1597; M.A. 1601; B.D. 1610. Fellow" of Magdalen, 
1597-1612. R. of Swyncombe, Oxon., 1606-12. R. of Sil- 
chester, Hants.; and of Rotherfield Greys, 1612-39. Buried 
at Rotherfield, Mar. 20, 1638-9. Will proved (P.C.C.) 1639. 
Father of Joseph (1639). {Al. Oxon.) 

BARNES, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Pembroke, Feb. 3, 
1690-1. S. of Robert, of 'Bmmlining in Cumbria.' Matric 
1691. 

BARNES, ROGER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 20, 1663. 
Matric. 1663; B.A. 1667-8; M.A. 1671. Perhaps C. of Paken- 
ham, Suffolk; licensed to teach grammar, 1673. One of these 
names s. of Roger, of the Abbey, Bury, Suffolk. {Vis. of 
Suff., 1664.) 

BARNES or BARNE, THOMAS. Probably matric. sizar from 
St John's, Easter, 1578. B. in AD Hallows, Honey I..ane, 
London. B.A. from Trinity, 1579-80; M..\. 1583. Ord. 
deacon (London) Oct. 29, 1585, age 26. R. of Pyecombe, 
Sussex. 

BARNES, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Easter, 1599. 

Of Bedfordshire. 
BARNES, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Caius, Mar. 13, 

1602-3, 3ge 25. B. at Salisbury. Matric. at Magdalen 

College, Oxford, May 9, 1595; B.A. (Oxford) 1598; M.A. 

(Cambridge) 1603. 

BARNES, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1613. 
B. at Soham, Cambs. B.A. 1616-7; M.A. 1620. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) Mar. 16, 1616-7; priest (London) Mar. i, 1617-8, 
age 22. Perhaps preacher at St Mary Magdalene, Old Fish 
St, London. If so, author of a work entitled the Wise Man's 
Forecast, 1624. 

BARNES, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Feb. 14, 1625-6. 

Of Sussex. Matric. 1626; Scholar, 1626; B.A. 1629-30; 

M.A. 1633. 
BARNES, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 1656. 

Of Norfolk. Matric. Easter, 1659; B.A. 1659-60; M.A. 1663. 

Ord. priest (Nonvich) Sept. 1678. R. of Gasthorpe, Norfolk, 

1681. R. of Riddlesworth, 1681-1713. Died Oct. 20, 1713, 

aged 74. (Le Neve, Mon. n. 254.) 

BARNES, THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Trtwity, May 3, 1667. 
S. and h. of William, of E. Winch, Norfolk, Esq. Matric. 
1667. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 22, 1669. 

BARNES, TIMOTHY. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1587. 

BARNES, W. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1583. 

BARNES, WALTER. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, June 7, 
1688. S. of John, gent. B. at Cottenham, Cambs. School, 
Ely. Matric. 1688; B.A. 1691-3; M.A. 1695. Ord. deacon 
(Lmcoln) Sept. 24, 1693. 

BARNES, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Jksus, c. 1595. B. at 

Stapleford, Cambs., c. 1582. B.A. 1598-9. Ord. deacon and 

priest (Ely) Feb. 27, 1602-3. V. of Helpringham, Lines., 

1608 ('M.A.'). 
BARNES, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Queens', 1596. Of 

Cambs. Probably s. of Edward, of Soham, Cambs. J. P. 

Suffered for his loyalty. Retired to E. Winch, Norfolk, 

where he died in 1657, aged 75. M.I. there. Perhaps father 

of William (1634). {Blomefield, iv. 746.) 
BARNES, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Easter, 

1604; B.A. 1606-7. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 30, 1607. 

One of these names, and M.A., V. of Mediety of N. Muskham, 

Notts., 1617. {Peile, i. 249.) 
BARNES, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Kino's, Easter, 1616; 

B.A. 1619-20. 
BARNES, WILLIAM. Matric. pens. fromOuEENS', Easter, 1634. 

Of Norfolk. S. and h. of William, of I. of Ely, Esq. Adm. 

at Gray's Inn, May 19, 1637. Of East Wmch, Norfolk. 

Barrister, 1645. Ancient, 1660. (J. Foster, Gray'i Inn.) 



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BARNES, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, May 15, 
1644. S. of William. B. at Landbeach, Cambs. School, 
Chesterfield (? Chesterford), Essex. Matric. 1644. One of 
these names R. of Patching, Sussex, 1671. (PeiU, i. 487.) 

BARNES, WILLIAM GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Pem- 
broke, July 7, 1 719. S. of Gilbert, citizen 01 London. 
Matric. 1719. ' Grecian ' from Christ's Hospital. B.A. 1722-3; 
M.A. 1726. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 1722-3; Curate 
or lecturer at St Bride's, Fleet St, London. Died Feb. 27, 
1766. 

BARNES, . Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, 1636. 

BARNESSE, ANTHONY. Matric FelL-Com. from Chwst's, 
Michs. 1576. 

BARNETT, see also BURNETT. 

BARNETT, ANDREW. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Sept. 5, 1646. 
B. at Uppington, Salop. P.C. of Church Hulme, Chesh're: 
ejected for refusing the Engagement. R. of Rodington, 
Salop: ejected, 1662. Afterwards practised physic. (Calamy, 
II. 330.) 

BARNETT, DANIELi Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 29, 1730- 
S. of Daniel, R. of Baddiley, Cheshire. Matric. at Brasenose 
College, Oxford, Oct. 10, 1720, age 19, as Burnett; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1724; M.A. (Cambridge), 1730. (Al. Oxon.) 

BARNET, HUMPHREY. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Magdalene, 
June 26, 1668. S. of , of Salop. Matric. 1668. 

BARNET, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, Feb. 10, 
1652-3. S. of Edward, yeoman, of Eryholme, Gilling, 
Yorks. B. there. School, Danby Wiske, Yorks. (private). 
Matric. 1653; B.A. 1660-1; M.A. 1664. According to Scott- 
Mayor {P.I., xxvii) the name should be Burnet. One of 
these names V. of E. Witton, Yorks., 1671-1703. Died 1703. 
(M. H. Peacock.) 

BARNET, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1582. 

BARNETT, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at Trinity, June 30, 1682. 
Matric. 1683-4; B.A. 1685-6. 

BARNATT, RICHARD. Matric. from Emmanuel, Easter, 1739. 
Se« Barnard. 

BARNETT, SAMUEL Adm. pens, at Clare, June 13, 1682. 
Of Rollestone Park, Staffs. 

BARNETT, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Sr Catharine's, May 23, 
1672. Matric. 1672. 

BARNEWTS, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Emmanuel, Easter, 

1628. 
BARNEY, see ako BERNEY and BURNEY. 

BARNEY, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, May 20, 
1689. S. of William. B. at Bradiey, Salop. School, private. 
Matric. 1689. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) Dec. 1693. C. of 
Kynnardley, Salop, Aug. 18, 1697. Perhaps father of Joseph, 
next. {PeiU, 11. 113.) 

BARNY, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 20, 
1718-9. S. of Joseph, of Shrewsbury, clerk (perhaps the 
above). School, Barrow, Shropshire. Matric. 1718-9; B.A. 
1722-3. 

BARNYE, ROBERT. Matric pens, from Pembroke, Michs. 

1578. 
BARNY, WILLIAM. Adm. at Emmanuel, Jime 29, 1750. 

Mistake for Barry, whom see. 

BARNEY, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, 1580. 

BARNFIELD, THOBIAS. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Mar. 14, 1697-S. 

Of Staffordshire. Matric. 1698; B.A. 1701-2. 
BARNHAM, ABRAHAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, 1654. 

BARENHAM, FRANCIS. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Trinity, c. 
1592. S. of Sir .Martin, of Hollingboume, Kent. Bapt. there, 
Oct. 20, 1576. Of Hollingboume. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 
8, 1594. Knighted, 1603. M.P. for Grampound, 1604-11; 
for Maidstone, 1620, 1623, 1625, 1626, 1640. Died 1646. 
(Suss. Vis., 1663; J. Foster, Gray's Inn; J. C. Smith.) 

BARNHAM, JOHN. B.A. from Trinity 1596-7; M.A. 1600. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec 21, 1599, age 24. C. of Oulton, 
Norfolk. Priest, Sept. 21, 1606. C. of E. Wretham. Will 
(Norwich Cons. C.) 1646: 'minister of God's Word.' 

BARNHAM, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 14) at Sidney, July 7, 
1674. 2nd s. of John, shoemaker, of Norwich. School, 
Norwich. Scholar. Brother of William (1668). 

BARNHAM, PETER. Matric sizar from King's, Michs. 1598. 
B. at Thetford, Norfolk. B.A. 1601-2. Ord. deacon (London) 
Mar. 4, 1609-10, age 27. C. of Bowers-Gifford, Essex. Ord. 
priest, June 18, 1614. C. of N. Benfleet. 

BARNAM, THOMAS. Matric pens, from Clare, Lent, 1563-4. 

BARNEHAM, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 
1607. Of Staffs. B.A. 1610-1; M.A. 1614. R. of Milton, 
Cambs., 1620-33; buried there, Jan. 12, 1631-2. 



BarnewellI 

BARNHAM, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at 
June 24, 1668. S. of John, shoemaker. B. at 
School, Norwich. Brother of John (1674). 

BARNHAM, WYNDHAM. Adm. at Corpus Christi, \i 
Norwich. Probably adm. at the Middle Temple, J^ 
1687; and at the Inner Temple, May 8, 1708. 



BARNINGHAM, 



B.A. 1522-3. 



BARNSDELL or BARONSDALE, WILLIAM. Matric pens, from 
St John's, Easter, 1552. Of Gloucs. B.A. 1554-5; M.A. 
1558; M.D. 1568. Fellow, 1556. Linacre lecturer m College. 
F.R.C.P.: Censor, 1581; Treasurer, 1583; President, 1589- 
1600. Died 1608. Will (P.C.C). (Cooler, n. 492; D.iV.B.; 
Munk, 1. 66.) 

BARNSHAW, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 
Sept. 13, 1649. S. of William, husbandman, of Goostrey, 
Sandbacb, Cheshire. School, Goostrey (private). Matric. 
1649; B.A. 1653-4. 

BARNSLEY,GEORGE. Adm. sizar at Magdalene, Feb. 17, 
1660-1, age 16. S. of George, of Hallam, Yorks. School, 
Dronfield. Matric. 1661; B.A. 1664-5; M.A. i668. R. of 
Marksball, Essex, 1670-4. R. of Sedlescomb, Sussex, 1674. 
R. of Northiam, 1677. 



BARNSLEY, 



Adm. Fell.-Com. at King's, Michs. 1599. 



BARNSTON, ROGER. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Apr. 4, 
1727. S. of Roger, of Chester (Churton, Cheshire). School, 
Sedbergh, Yorks. Matric 1727; B.A. 1730-1; M.A. 1734. 
P.C. of St Michael, Chester, 1737. Preb. of Chester, 1739-82. 
R. of Condover, Salop. Died Dec. 6, 1782. Buried at 
Famdon, Cheshire. Brother of the next. (Burke, L. G.) 

BARNSTON, TRAFFORD. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Trinity, 
May 15, 1726. S. of Roger, of Chester. School, Sedbergh, 
Yorks. Matric 1726. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Apr. 5, 
1723. Sheriff of Cheshire, 1735. Banker, Mansion House St. 
Died June, 1782. Brother of Roger, above. (G. Mag.) 



BARNESTONE, 



Adm. Fell-Com. at Trinity, 1555. 



BARNWELL, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Apr. i, 
1671. S. of Charles, gent., deceased. B. at Mattishall, 
Norfolk. Schools, North Walsham and Seaming. Matric. 
1671. Of Mileham, gent. Died 1702. Buried at Mileham, 
Dec 19. (Venn, i. 443.) 

BARNWELL, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
July 10, 1695. Probably s. and h. of Charles, of Mileham 
(above). Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 2, 1698-9. Died July 
24,1750. M.I. at Mileham. Father of the next. (Burke, L.G.) 

BARNWELL, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Nov. 6, 
1723. S. of Charles, gent., of Mileham, Norfolk. B. there. 
Schools, Walsingham and Congham (private). Matric. 1724; 
Scholar, 1724-9; B.A. 1727-8. Ord. priest (Norwich) Feb. 9, 
1734-5. R. of Beeston, Norfolk, 1734-70. R. of Little 
Fransham, 1743-74. Died Apr. 26, 1774. Buried at Beeston. 
Brother of Edward (1729) and half-brother of Frederick 
(1748-9). (Venn, 11. 19.) 

BARNEWELL, EDWARD. Matric Fell.-Com. from King's, 
Easter, 1612. Probably s. and h. of Stephen, of Mileham, 
Norfolk, Esq.; adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jime 30, 1614. Buried 
Nov. 30, 1666. M.I. at Mileham. (Burke, L.G.) 

BARNWELL, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, 
June 24, 1729. Adm. sizar at Caius, Nov. 12, 1729. S. of 
Charles, gent., of Mileham, Norfolk. B. there. School, 
Norwich. Matric. 1729; Scholar, 1729-34; B.A. 1733-4. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Oct. 19, 1735; priest, Feb. 22, 1740-1, 
as R. of Stibbard, Norfolk, to 1753; of Mileham, 1744-3. 
Buried May 10, 1753, unmarried. Will proved (Norw. C.C.) 
1753- Brother of Charles (1723) and half-brother of Frederick 
(1748-9). (K«in, 11.31.) 

BARNWELL, FREDERIC. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Caius, Feb. 3, 
1748-9. S. of Charles, Esq., of Mileham, Norfolk. B. there. 
School, Seaming. Matric. 1749; Scholar, 1749; B.A. 1753. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 23, 1753; priest Sept. 23, 1757. 
R. of Brockley, Suffolk, i766;of Lawshall, i767;of Stanning- 
field, 1771. Died Mar. 9, 1809. Buried at Fomham All 
Saints. Half-brother of Charles (1723) and Edward (1729). 
(Venn, 11. 62.) 

BARNEWELL, HENRY. Matric. sizar from Pembroke, Lent, 
1580-1; B.A. 1584-5; M.A. 1588; B.D. 1600. Incorp. at 
Oxford, 1611. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 6, 1587; priest 
(Rochester) 1588. Chaplain to Archbishop Bancroft. V. of 
Aylesford, Kent, 1593-1617. R. of Banning, 1603-5. R. of 
Ridley, 1605-17. Preb. of Rochester, 1613-7. Buried in 
Rochester Cathedral, 1617. 

BARNEWELL, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Easter, 

1584. 



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BARNBWELL, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age xg) at Trinity, Apr. as, 
1701. S. of John, of Nassington, Northants. School, St 
Paul's, London. Matric 1701; Scholar, 1702; B. A. 1704-5; 
M.A. 1708; B.D. 1725; DD. 1728 (Com. Reg.). FeUow, 1707. 
Proctor, 1720-1. Ord. deacon (London) Mar. 17, 17^4-5 ; 
priest, Apr. 3, 1715. V. of Haslingfield, Cambs., 1719-46. R. 
of Sampford Parva, Essex, 1727. V. of Trumpington, Cambs., 
1732-46. 

BARNWELL, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Sidney, Oct. 13, 
1713. S. of William (1670), R. of Watton, Herts. B. at 
Millbrook, Beds. School, Wrestlingworth. Matric. 1714; 
B.A. 1717-8; M.A. 1728. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 21, 
1718; priest, Sept. 20, 1720. Curate at Watton, 1718. V. of 
Shephall, Herts., 1742-60. 

BARNWELL, LAWRENCE, Matric. pens, from Petkrhouse, 
Michs. 1558; B.A. 1561-2; M.A. 1565; B.D. 1570. FeUow 
of Jesus, 1563-73. Proctor, 1571-a. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
Dec 19, 1563. V. of All Saints', Cambridge, 1566-72. 
University preacher, 1571. Lady Margaret preacher, i57i-*. 
V. of West Wratting, Cambs., 1572-7- R. of Brinkley, 1573- 
V. of Godmanchester, Hunts., 1587-99. R. of Worlington, 
1597-1602. (Cooler, I. 322; A. Gray.) 

BARNWELL, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 
1582; B.A. 1585-6; M.A. 1589. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
Apr. 38, 1588; priest, Sept. 21, 1588. R. of Woodstone, 
Hunts., 1596-1619. Buried at Woodstone, Sept. 8, 1619. 

BARNWELL, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 
1572 ; B.A. 1575-6; M.A. 1579. Perhaps R. of North Witham, 
Lines., 1578-83. Died 1583. 

BARNWELL, WILLIAIS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Christ's, 
Sept. 8, 1670. S. of William, of Aspley, Beds. B. in 
London. Schools, Aspley and Hockley, London. Migrated 
to Sidney, Dec 9, 1670. Matric. 1670; B.A. 1674-5; 
M.A. 1678. Ord. priest (Lincoln) Nov. 6, 1679. Minister of 
Tattenhoe, Bucks., 1679-1734. R. of Watton-at-Stone, 
Herts., 1694-1734. Died July 1, i734. aged 82. M.I. at 
Watton. Father of John (1713). {PeiU, 11. 31 ; Lipscomb, iii.) 

BARODALE, GABRIEL. M.A. from King's, 1718. S. of Joseph, 
of Coventry. Matric. (University College, Oxford) May 9, 
1711, age 20; B.A. (Oxford) 1714-5. V. of Weston-on-Avon, 
Gloucester, 1722. {Al. Oxon.) 

BARODEN, . Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1472. 

BARON or BARO, ANDREW. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peter- 
house, May 2, 1661. S. of Samuel (1615), M.D., of Norfolk. 
School, Lynn. Matric. 166 1; Scholar, 1661; B.A. 1664-5 ; M.A. 
1668. Fellow, 1666. Taxor, 1682; Scrutator, 1700. Incorp. at 
Oxford, 1669. Died Aug. 14, 17x9; buried at All Saints', 
Lynn. M.Ij Will (Norwich) Oct. 6, 1719. {T. A. Walker.) 

BARON, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Nov. 29, 1691. S. 
of Benjamin, V. of Bradford, Yorks. Migrated to Corpus 
Christi, 1692. Matric. 1692; B.A. 1695-6; M.A. 1699. Died 
July 18, 1701, age 28. M.I. at Bradford. Brother of Michael 
(1707-8). (A.Gray.) 

BARON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, Dec. 31, 
1706. S. of Charles, citizen of London. B. at Safiron Walden. 
School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric 1707; B.A. 1710-11; 
M.A. 1714. Ord. deacon (London) Sept. 21, 1712; priest 
(Lincoln) Sept. 22, 1723. R of Stevenage, Herts., 1723-5- 
Died 1725. 

BARON, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Caius, Mar. 38, 1618. 

BARON, GEORGE. Matric. i>ens. from Peterhouse, c. 1595. 

One of these names, of Plymouth, adm. at the Inner Temple, 

1597. 
BARON, HENRY. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, June 30, 

1693. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 1695; B.A. 1696-7. 

Ord. deacon (London) June 21, 1699; priest, Aug. 2, 1706. 

R. of St Mary Somerset, with St Mary Mounthaw, London, 

1706-31. Died Jan. 29, 1730-1. Buried at Windsor. Will, 

P.C.C. (H. G. Harrison.) 
BARON, HUMBERSTON. Adm. pens, at Clare, Sept. 32, 1641. 

Matric. 1641; B.A. 1644-5; M-A. 1649. 

BARON, HUMBERSTONE. Adm. sizar (age 15) at St John's, 
Mar. 4, 1684-s. S. of Robert, gent. B. at Gt Shelford, 
Cambs. School, Bury St Edmunds. B.A. 1688-9. Ord. 
priest (London) Jime 28, 1689. R. of Lawford, Essex, 1699, 
as M.A. WiU (P.C.C.) 1706. 

BARON, JAMES. M.A. 1650 (Incorp. from Oxford). S. of George, 
of Plymouth. Matric. (Oxford) Mar. 20, 163^-5, age 18; 
B.A. 1638; M.A. 1641. Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, 
1648. R. of Tubney, Berks., and P.C. of Horsepath, Oxon , 
1650. Minister of Hendred, Berks., till ejected, 1662. Died 
1683. 

BARON, JOHN. B.A. 1505-6. 

BARONE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Sr John'*. Easter, i960. 



Baron, Thomas 

BARON, JOHNb Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 4, 1617, after- 
wards Fell.-Com. Matric. 1617. Perhaps s. and h. of John, 
of Layer- Breton, Essex, Esq., deceased; adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, May 10, 1621. 
BARON, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 22) at Pembroke, Dec. 30, 
1699. S. of Thomas, gent. B. at Denton, Norfolk. Probably 
the same as the next. 
BARON, JOHN. M.A. 1705 (Com. Reg.). B. Oct. 31, 1677. 
D.D. (Cambridge) 1733. R. of Brome, Norfolk, 1701. R. of 
Chedgrave, 1702. R. of Saxlingham-Nethergate. Arch- 
deacon of Norfolk, 1731-3. Dean of Norwich, 1732-9. 
Died July 11, 1739. Buried in Saxlingham Church. 
BARON, JONATHAN, M.A. from Pembroke, 1738. S. of John, 
of Tintagel, Cornwall. Matric. (Trinity College, Oxford), 
Apr. 2, 1726, age 19; B.A. (Oxford) 1729. Ord. priest, Oct. 
4, 1730. V. of Lostwithiel, Cornwall, 1730. V. of Tintagel, 
1737- V. of Mevagissey, 1755. Died 1771. Buried June 
29. {A I. Oxon.; G.Mag.) 
BARON, MICHAEL. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, Feb. 9, 
1707-8. S. of Benjamin, priest, V. of Bradford. B. at 
Skircoat, Yorks. School, Bradford. Matric. 1708; Scholar, 
1710-1; B.A. 1713-4. Ord. priest (York) Sept. 1719. V. of 
Thornton, 1714-24. Brother of Benjamin (1691). (PeiU, 11. 
169.) 
BARON or BARO, PETER. LL.B. 1575-6 (Incorp. from 
Bourges). S. of Stephen. B. at Etampes, France, Dec 1534. 
D.D. 1576. Studied afterwards at Geneva, where he was 
admitt^ to the ministry by Calvin. Came to England, c. 
1573. Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity, 1574-96. 
Incorp. D.D. at Oxford, 1576. At Cambridge he gave much 
offence to the Puritan party, and retired to London, 1596. 
Buried at St Olave's, Hart St, Apr. 17, 1599. Author: 
Prelectiones, on the prophet Jonas, 1579; and other theo- 
logical works. Father of Peter (1576) below. (Cooper, 11. 
275; D.N.B.) 
BARON or BARO, PETER. Matric sizar from Peterhouse, 
Michs. 1576. S. of Peter, D.D., above. Bom in Orleans. 
Came to England with his father. B.A. 1580-1; M.A. 
1585. Fellow, 1585. He and his wife were naturalised 
in 1606. A physician at Boston. J.P. for Lines. Buried 
there Sept. 7, 1630. WiU (P.C.C.) 1631. Father of Samuel 
(1615). (T. A.Walker; Lines. Pedigrees.) 
BARON, PETER. Matric. pens.from Peterhouse, Easter, 1611 ; 
B.A. 1614-5. S. of Peter (1576). Commissioner of Sewers. 
Buried at Boston, Aug. 31, 1657. (Litics. Pedigrees.) 
BARON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius, July 22, 1645. 
S. of Robert, alderman of Norwich. B. there. School, 
Norwich. Matric. 1645. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Oct. 23, 1646. 
Best known as a persistent and successful plagiarist. Author, 
Cyprian Academy, Mirza, etc. (D.N.B.; N. and Q., Jan. 3, 
1914.) 
BARRON, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Sidney, June i, 
1674. ist s. of Robert, glass-worker, deceased. B. at HuU. 
School, Hull. Matric. 1674; B.A. 1677-8; M.A. 1681. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Sept. 1678; priest, May 1681. R. of 
Bradwell, Suffolk, 1683-94. R. of Lound, 1694-1717. Father 
of Robert (1706-7). 
BARON, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Jesus, July 6, 1683. S. of 
Robert, of Great Shelford, Cambs., Esq. Matric. 1683-4; 
Scholar, 1683; B.A. 1687-8; M.A. 1691. Ord. deacon (Lon- 
don) July 8; priest, Aug. 28, 1689. Probably emigrant 
minister to Bermuda, 1701. V. of Hogsthorpe, Lines., 1707. 
V. of Mumby, 1707. 'Gone beyond sea' in 1711; probably 
as minister to Maryland. Rob. Baron, M.A., was S.P.G. 
minister in S. Carolina, 1753-64. Brother of Thomas (1682). 
BARRON, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Sidney, Jan. 17, 
1706-7. S. of Robert (1674), R. of Bradwell, Suffolk. School, 
Norwich. Matric. 1707; B.A. 1710-1. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
Sept. 23, 1711 (Liu. dim. from Norwich); priest (Norwich) 
Dec. 1715. R. of Themilthorpe, 1715-74. R. of Bawdes- 
well, Norfolk, 1721-74. P.C. of Belaugh, 1733-70- Died 
Feb. 7, 1774- (G- Mag.) 
BARON or BARO, SAMUEL. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, 
Michs. 1615. S. of Peter Baro or Baron, of Lincoln (1576). 
B.A. from Trinity Hall, 1617-8; M.A. from Peterhouse, 1621; 
Lie. Med. 1627; M.D. 1628. Fellowof Peterhouse, 1619. Tutor, 
bursar, etc. Married, 1631, Frances, dau. of Tho. Goddard, 
E^q. Commissioner of Sewers. Of Lynn, Norfolk. Buried 
at All Saints', Lynn, Apr. 12, 1673. M.I. there. Father of 
Andrew, 1661. (T.A.Walker, 24; Lines. Pedigrees; LeNeve, 
Mon. III. 70, 98.) 
BARON, STEPHEN. Franciscan friar. Studied at Cambridge. 
Confessor to Henry VIII. Provincial of his order in England. 
Author, sermons, etc. Probably died c. 1520. (Cooper, t. 
23; D.N.B.) 
BARON, THOMAS. Adm. at Kino's, a scholar from Eton, 
AuR. 19, 1531, age 17. Of Heydon, Norfolk. ('Bacon' in 
Harwood.) 



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BARRON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 1645. Of 

Norfolk. Matric. Easter, 1647. 
BARON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Feb. 28, 1 661-2. Of 

Essex. Matric. 1662; B.A. 1665-6; M.A. 1669. FeUow, 1667. 

Ord. priest (Ely) Sept. 24, 1670. V. of Wymondham, Norfolk, 

1683-6. R. of Wilby, 1686. Died Dec. 4, 1686, age 37. 

(Le Neve's Mon. v. 86.) 
BARRON, THOIAAS. Adm. pens, at Trinitv, as 'Barrow,' 

Sept. 23, 1663. Matric. 1664-5. 
BARON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Magdalene, July 7. 

1682. S. of Robert, gent. B. at Gt Shelford, Cambs. School, 

Bury St Edmunds. Matric. 1683; B.A. 1686-7; M.A. 1690. 

Fellow, 1689. Ord. priest (London) Dec. 20, 1691. R. of 

Offord Darcy, Hunts., 1694-7. R. of Ashdon, Essex, 1697. 

EHed Jan. 2, 1728. Brother of Robert (1683). 
BARON, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Peterhousk, Michs. 

1580. 
BARON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Caius, July 4, 1654. 

S. of Jonas, of Tibbenham, Norfolk, gent. Schools, Mendle- 

sham and Kenninghall. Matric. 1655; Scholar, 1655-62; 

B.A. 1658-9; M.A. 1662. Fellow, 1662-8. Ord. deacon 

(Norwich) Sept. 1662. R. of Hampstead-Marshall, Berks. 

R. of Enbome, 1673. Admon. (Cons. C. of Sarum) 1714- 

{Venn, i. 390.) 

BARON, . Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, Easter, 1544. 

BARRON, . Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1603 

BARONSDALE, see BARNSDELL. 

BARR, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age x8) at Sidney, May 27, 1727. 
S. of John, farmer. B. at Normanby, Lines. School, 
Kirkton, Lines. Matric. 1727; B.A. 1730-1. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) Dec. 19, 1731; priest. Mar 10, i733-4' Preb. of 
Lincoln, 1755-78. Died 1778. 

BARRAND, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Clare, Michs. 1580. 

BARRARD or BARRET, . B.Can.L 1529-30. 

BARREL, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, May 26, 
1724. S. of Francis, of Kent (Recorder of Rochester). 
School, Rochester. Matric. 1724. Resided in London. Died 
1772. Buried in Rochester Cathedral, Feb. 29 (Pedigree 
in Vis. of Kent, 1663.) For the father see Al. Oxon. 

BARRETT, ANTHONY. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 1554. 

BARRETT, ARTHUR- M.A. from Christ's, 1678. S. of William, 
of Maidstone, Kent. Matric. at Merton College, Oxford, Nov. 
14, 1661, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1666. R. of Sutton Waldron, 
Dorset, 1676. R. of Caundle Bishop,i68o. {Al. Oxon.; Peile, 
II. 71.) 

BARRET, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. sizar from St John's, 
Easter, 1622; B.A. 1625-6. 

BARRET, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 
Easter, 1646. Of London. B.A. 1649-50. 

BARRATT, DAVID. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Pkterhouse, 
June 29, 1 714, afterwards pens. Of Somerset. School, 
BristoL Matric. 1714; Scholar, 1715; B.A. 1717-8; M.A. 
1 72 1. Probably in medical practise at Bristol. Died there 
Mar. 7, 1735; called M.D. (G. Mag.; M. H. Peacock.) 

BARRETT, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Gonville Hall, 
Easter, 1548; Scholar, 1551; B.A. from Pembroke, 1552-3; 
M.A. 1556. Fellow successively of Pembroke, Corpus Christi 
and Queens'. Incorp. at Oxford, 1560. Fellow of Eton 
College, 1563. Ord. deacon (Ely) Nov. 24, 1560, of Queens'. 

BARRETT, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, 
Apr. 22, 1637. S. of Leonard, husbandman, of Carlton-in- 
Craven, near Skipton, Yorks. B. there. School, Colne, 
Lanes, (private). Matric. 1637. Probably the 'literate,' 
ord. deacon (Lincoln) Oct. 17, 1641. 

BARRETT, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from King's, Easter, 1619; 
B.A. 1622-3; M.A. 1626. V. of Diddington, Hunts., 1657-62. 

BARRET, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Christ's, May 19, 1625. S. of 
Leonard, of Yorks. School, Giggleswick. Matric. 1625; 
B.A. 1629-30; M.A. 1633. One of these names R. of Crow- 
burst, Sussex, 1662. (PeUe, 1. 367.) 

BARRET, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Petkrhouse, 
June 17, 1687. Of Suffolk. School, Bury St Edmunds. 
Scholar, 1687; Matric. 1688; B.A. 1690-1; M.A. 1703. Ord. 
deacon (London) May 1696; priest, Dec. 24, 1699. Probably 
R. of Goldhanger, Essex, 1703-4. Minister of St Mary's, 
Bury, 1707-8. R. of Hartest and Boxted, Suffolk, 1708-42. 
Died 1742-3. (T. A. Walker, 181.) 

BARRET, JAMES. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Jime 7, 1655. Of 
Cheshire. Matric. 1655; Scholar, 1659; B.A. 1658-9; M.A. 
1662. 

BARRIT, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age tS) at Magdalene, July 7, 
1702. S. of William, yeoman. B. at Wisbech, Cambs. 
School, Wisbech. Matric. 1702-3; B.A. 1705-6. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) May 1706; priest (London) June 15, 1712. 



Barrett, William 

BARRETT, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1495. 
B.A. 1498-9; M.A. 1503; B.D. 1511-2. Ord. sub-deacon 
(Lincoln) Apr. i, 1503. 

BARRET, JOHN. Prior of the Carmelites at Cambridge. Of 
Lynn. B.D. 1528-9; D.D. 1533. Reader in theology at the 
chapter house, Norwich, 1542. R. of Hethersett, Norfolk, 
1541. R. of Cantley, 1550; of St Michael-at-Plea, Norwich; 
of Bishop's Thorpe, Norfolk, 1558. Canon of Norwich, 1558- 
63. Died July 12, 1563. {Cooper, 1. 22^; D.N. B.) 

BARRETT, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 1551. 
Migrated to Trinity. B.A. 1554-5; M.A. 1558; M.D. from 
Peterhouse, 1577. Fellowof Trinity, 1560. Travelled abroad. 
Afterwards engaged in tuition in London. Author, Alvearie 
(a dictionary). Will proved (P.C.C.) 1578: 'of the city of 
London.* {Cooper, 1. 421; D.N. B.) 

BARRET, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Clare c. 1591. 

BARRETT, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1614. 

BARRETT, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1615. 
One of these (if really two) B.A. 1618-9; M.A. 1622. Fellow, 
1625. 

BARRETT, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1618; 
B.A. 1621-2; M.A. 1625. 

BARRETT, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 1626; 
B.A. 1628-9; M.A. 1632. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Mar. 10, 
1638-9. 

BARRETT, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Clare, June 20, 1646. Matric. 
1646; B.A. 1649-50. One of these names minister at St 
Peter's, Nottingham, 1656-62; ejected. Afterwards kept 
conventicles in those parts. Died at Nottingham Oct. 30, 
1713, aged 82. Author, Sermons, etc. {D.N.B. calls him 
'M.A.; of Em. CoU.'; presumably the same; Calamy, 11. 293.) 

BARRITT, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Mar. 24, 

1650-1. S. of John, husbandman, of Lynn. B. there. 

School, Lynn. Matric. 1651; B.A. 1654-5. 
BARRET, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Sidney, Feb. 19, 

1673-4. S. of John. B. at Nottingham. School, Nottingham. 

Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 24, 1682. 
BARRET, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Sept. 5, 1656. 

Of Manchester. Matric. 1656. 
BARRET, NICHOLAS. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 

1572; B.A. 1575-6; M..\. from St Catharine's, 1582. V. of 

St Cyriac, Swaffham, Cambs., 1593-1618. V. of WaterbeacA, 

1619-1625. Buried there, Oct. i, 1625. 
BARRETT, ONSLOW, Adm. sizar at Queens', Mar. 21, 1726-7. 

Of Wales. Matric. 1727. 
BARRET, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Pembroke, Easter, 

1580. 
BARRETT, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 

1625; B.A. 1628-9; M.A. 1632. 
BARRETT, RICHARD. M.D. 1728 {Com. Reg.). Died Nov. i, 

1729; found drowned in the Thames, (/ftrf. Reg. Chronicle.) 

BARRET, ROBERT, B.Civ.L. 1528-9. A Robert Barret, or 
Barard, R. of Croxton, Cambs., 1522-44-, 

BARET, SIMON, Scholar at King's Hall, 1401. Resigned, 
July 7, 1409. S. of Simon, of Hecham (? Heacham, Norfolk). 
LL.B. Granted, by the Pope, a living in the gift of the 
Bishop or Prior of Norwich ; sanctioned by the King, Nov. 8, 
1406. {Cal. Pat. Rolls; Trin. Coll. Adm.) 

BARRET, THOMAS. B.A. from Magdalene, 1578-9. 

BARRET, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity c. 1595. 
Perhaps ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 10, 1598; priest, Sept. 23, 
1599. Curate of Alvingham, Lines., 161 1. 

BARRETT, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Emmanuel, Easter, 

1679. See Borrett. 
BARRET, THOBdAS. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1716-7. Of 

Kent. Perhaps s. and h. of George, Bencher of Gray's Inn; 

adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 5, 1714-5. Of Lee, Kent. Died 

Jan. 28, 1757. (J. Foster, Gray's Inn.) 

BARRET, THOBIAS. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, May 6, 
1665. S. of Edward, clerk, of Lines. B. there. School, 
Snaitb. Matric. 1665; B.A. 1668-9; M.A. 1672. Perhaps 
V. of Cantley, Yorks., 1672-88. 

BARRETT, WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
May 8, 1503, age 18. Of Kersey, Suffolk. B.A. 1507-8. 
Fellow, 1506-10. Died 1510. ('Bower' in Harwood.) 

BARRETT, WILLIAM, Matric. pens, from Trinity, Lent, 
1579-80; B.A. 158^-5; M.A. 1588. Chaplain, i.e. fellow, of 
Caius, 1592-5. Rejected, on doctrinal grounds, for B.D., 
1595, having violently attacked the prevalent Calvinistic 
opimons. Afterwards joined the Church of Rome, and went 
abroad. Returned later and lived in England as a layman. 
(Cooper, Atk. Cant.; Venn, 1. 145; D.N.B.) 



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BARRETT, WILLIAM. Matric. sitai from St John's, Easter, 
1604; B.A. 1607-8. One of these names P.C. of Norton-in- 
the-Moors Chapel, SUffs., in 1611. {Wm. SaU.Arck. Soc. 1915.) 

BARRETT, WILLIAM Adm. at King's, Sept. 20, 1617, age 16. 
Of London. Matric. 1617. Migrated to Oxford after 12 terms. 
Matric (Christ Church) Feb. 21, 1621-2, age ai; B.A. 
I63X-3. Probably V. of E. Tilbiu7, 1629. Admon. (P.C.C.) 
1631. For some reason he was rejected for a fellowship at 
King's. 

BARRET or BARRIT, WILLIAM. Matric. FeU.-Com. from 
King's, Michs. 1659. One of these names adm. at the 
Middle Temple, May 28, 1655 ; s. and h. of William of the 
same. 

BARRET, WILLIAM Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, June 5, 
1725. S. of John, husbandman, of Yorks. B. at Hemsworth. 
School, Drax. Matric. 1725; B.A. 1728-9. Ord. priest (York) 
Aug. 5, 1733. R. of St Denis in Walmgate, York, and V. of 
St George, Nabum, 1744-96. (Scott-Mayor, m. 389.) 

BARRETT, WILLIAM Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 
Feb. 9, 1741-2. S. of Paul, druggist, of Kent. B. in Canter- 
bury. School, Canterbury. Matric. 1742; B.A. 1745-6. Ord. 
deacon (Hereford, LUt. dim. from Canterbury) Mar. 14, 1756; 
priest (Chester) 1756. 

BARETT, . Adm. Fell. -Com. at Trinity Hall, May 14, 

1735 (name off i739)- 

BARRIFFE, see also BERIFFE. 

BARRIFFE, GEORGE Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, June 3, 1701. 
OfNorthants. S. of William (1670). Matric. 1 701; B.A. 1704- 
5. V. of Wilbaiston, Northants., 1709. 

BARRIFF, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, July i, 
1671. S. of Robert, yeoman, of Uppingham, Rutland. B. 
there. School, Uppingham. Matric. 1671. 

BARRIFFE, WILLIAM Adm. at Emmanuel, June 8, 1670. Of 
Rutland. Matric. sizar 1670; B.A. 1673-4; M.A. 1677. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.l Sept. 20, 1674. R. of Rockingham, North- 
ants., 1675. V. of Wilbarston. Buried there Oct. 31, 1709, 
aged 57. M.I. (T. P. Dorman.) 

BARRIKER, WILLIAM Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 
1589. 

BARRINGTON, ABRAHAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at SiONsy, 
Apr. 22, 1671. ist s. of Abraham, gent., of London. B. at 
Colchester. School, Yarmouth. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Nov. 27, 1671. 

BARYNGTON, FRANCIS. M.A. 1580 Ifil. nob.). Probably s. of 
Sir Thomas, of Barrington, Essex, Knt. Knighted, 1603. 
M.P. for Essex, 1601, 1604, and 1620-8. Created Bart. 161 1. 
Died July i, 1628. (Burke, Ext. Bart.; Vis. of Essex, 1612; 
G.E.C.) 

BARINGTON, HENRY. One of these names, 'Cantabrigiensis,' 
adm. at Basle University, June, 1581. Probably of Essex. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 6, 1582-3. 

BARRINGTON, HENRY. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 17, 1603. Probably of Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex, 
gent.; adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 5, 1602. 

BARRINGTON, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 14, 
1635. Of Essex. One of these names, s. of Henry, Bailiff of 
Colchester. 

BARRINGTON, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Apr. 17, 
1660. S. of Henry, of Colchester. B. there. Schoob, Col- 
chester and Kelvedon. Migrated to Sidney, May 20, 1663. 
B.A. 1663; M.A. 1667. Fellow of Sidney. Ord. priest (Lon- 
don) June, 1667. Chaplain to Sir Geo. Carteret. Master 
at Yarmouth Granunar School, 1668-75. Will (P.C.C.) 1694, 
of one of these names, 'clerk, of St Sepulchre's, London.' 
(J. C. Smith; Venn, i. 408.) 

BARRINGTON, JOHN. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Trinity, 
Easter, 1633. S. and h. of Sir Thomas, of Hatfield Broad 
Oak, Essex, Knt. and Bart. B. 1605. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 
Nov. 6, 1635. Succeeded as Bart. 1644. M.P. for Newtown, 
Isle of Wight, 1645-53, 1660-79. Sheriff of Essex and 
Herts., 1654-5. Died Mar. 24, 1682-3. Buried at Hatfield. 
(Burke, Ext. Bart.; Vis. of Essex, 1634; G.E.C.) 

BARRINGTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Pembroke, 
Feb. 28, 1638-9. S. of Henry, Suffragan Bishop of Colchester. 
Matric. 1637; B.A. 1642-3. One of these names (Esq., of 
Westminster) M.P. for Dunwich, Suffolk, 1658/ 

BARRINGTON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 1641. 
(Adm. at Jesus as Berrington, June 17, 1641; of Leics.) 

BARRINGTON, JOHN. Adm. at Pembroke, June 36, 1652. 
S. of Robert, of Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex, Esq. Brother 
of Thomas (1652). Adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 10, 1653-4. 
Of Pannels, Essex. Colonel in the Army. (J. Foster, Gray's 
Inn.) 

BARRINGTON, JOHN. Adm. Fell-Com. at Trinity, June 24, 
1663. Matric. 1663. 

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Barrow, Isaac 

BARRINGTON, Sir JOHN, Bart Adm. FeU.-Com. (age x6) at 
Trinity, May 29, i686. S. of 'Sir Thomas, Bart.,' of Hat- 
field Broad Oak, Essex. B. at Chelsea, Middlesex, Oct. 16, 
1670. School, Felstead. Matric. 1686. Succeeded as 4th 
Bart., 1683. Died Nov. 26, 1691. Buried at Hatfield. His 
father, Thomas,s.of Sir John (1633) died 1682; v.p. {G.E.C.) 

BARRINGTON, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Magdalene, 
Mar. 25, 1666. S. of Sir Gobart, Knt., of Tofts, Essex. 
School, Brentwood. Matric. 1667-8; B.A. 1669-70. Fellow, 
1670. Ord. deacon (London) Mar. 11, 1676-7; priest, 1676-7. 
R. of Little Baddow, Essex, 1676-9. R. of Rayleigh, 1678-9. 
Died 1679. Brother of Thomas (1665). 

BARRINGTON, ROBERT. Abbot of Walden, Essex, 1532. 

B.D. 1525-6; D.D. 1531-2- Died c. 1537. {Cooper, i. 64.) 
BARRINGTON, ROBERT. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Trinity, 

Easter, 1633. (Wrongly given as 'Gilbert' in Matric. and 

Degrees.) 

BARRINGTON, SAMUEL. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, 
Michs. 1639. Of Essex. 

BARRINGTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, 
June 26, 1652. S. of Robert, of Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex, 
Esq. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 10, 1653-4. Brother of 
John (1652). 

BARRINGTON, THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at Mag- 
dalene, May 18, 1665. S. of Sir Gobart, Knt., of Boreham, 
Essex. School, Brentwood. Matric. 1665. Sold his estate 
at Tofts to his brother Francis. Colonel in the army. 
Died .«./>. Brother of Richard (1666). (Le Neve, /iTn^Ms, 92; 
Burke, Ext. Bart.) 

BARRINGTON, . Matric. FeU.-Com. from Trinity, 1582. 

BARRINGTON, . Adm. FeU.-Com, at Trinity, May 20, 

1658. 
BARROCK, JOHN. FeUow of Pembroke, c. 1385. 

BARRODEL, GEORGE Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Easter, 

1640. 
BARROFORD, MATHEW. Adm pens, (age 18) at St John's, 

June 2, 1657. S. of Mathew, innkeeper, of Boston, Lincoln. 

B. there. School, Sleaford. Matric. 1657; B.A. 1660-1; 

M.A. 1664. 

BARRON, see BARON. 

BARROW, BENEDICT. Matric. pens, from Sx John's, Michs. 

1629; B.A. 1633-4. 

BARROW, CHRISTOPHER Adm. sizar (age 20) at St John's, 
May 23, 1664. S. of Christopher, yeoman, of CartmeU, 
Lanes. B. there. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1671; B.A. 
1671-2. 

BARROUGH, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 
15, 1607. Matric. 1607; Scholar; B.A. 1610-1; M.A. (Ox- 
ford) 1614. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept.19; priest, Sept. 20, 
1613. R. of Woolsthorpe, Lincoln, 1621. R. of Langar, 
Notts., 1637-8. Buried there, Nov. 20, 1638. (Godfrey, Notts.) 

BARROW, HENRY. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Clare, Michs. 
1566. S. of Thomas, of Shipdham, Norfolk. B.A. 1569-70. 
Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1576. Courtier for a time. Afterwards 
reformed, and became a leading 'Browiiist.' Imprisoned 
by Whitgift. FinaUy executed at Tyburn for sedition, Apr. 6, 
1593. For an account of his works, see D.N.B. (Cooper, 11. 
152; D.N.D.) According to Masters he was at one time a 
member of Corpus Christi. 

BARROWE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 1576. 
Matric. 1577-8; B.A. from Magdalene, 1579-80; M.A. 1583. 
V. of Islebam, Cambs., 1586. Buried there June i, 1587. 

BARROW, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Aug. 26, 1615. 
B. in Yorks. Matric. 1615; B.A. 1618-9. V. of Wadsworth, 
Yorks., 1620-34. Probably licensed to teach at Rotherham 
Grammar School, 1620. (M. H. Peacock.) 

BARROW, ISAAC. Scholar of Trinity, 1560; B.A. 1560; M.A. 
1564; Lie. Med. 1564; M.D. 1570. S. of Henry. FeUow of 
Trinity, 1561. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Aug. 10, 1602. Married 
Anne Vesey, widow of George Cotton, of Banfield Hall, Essex. 
Buried at AU Saints', Cambridge, Feb. 22, 1616-7. M.I. there. 
WUl proved (V.C.C.) 1617. (Le Neve, Mon., i. 56; Vis. 
of Cambs., 1619.) 

BARROW, ISAAC. Matric. p^ns. from Trinity, Michs. 1584. 
Father of the bishop (1631) and s. of Philip, of Moulton, 
Suffolk, Esq. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Aug. 13, 1591- 
{Vis. of Essex, 1634) 

BARROW, ISAAC. Adm. at Trinity, June 11, 1615. Of Herts. 
S of Isaac (above). B. at Edmonton. Migrated to Caius, May 
18 1616, age 18. School, South Crcake, Norfolk. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, 1618. Of BurweU and Wicken, Cambs. J.P. 
for Cambs. Half-brother of the Bishop of St Asaph. Father 
of Isaac (1646) and Justinian (1648). {Vtnn, 1. 234.) 

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Barrow, Isaac 

BARROW, ISAAC. Matric. pens, from Petkrroosk, Easter, 

1631. S. of Isaac, of Spinney Abbey, Cambs. (by Katharine, 
dau. of Marlion Rythe, married at Twickenham, Nov. 12, 
1610). (J.C.Smith.) B.A. 1632-3; M.A. 1636; D.D. 1660 
{Lit. Reg.). Ord. priest (Peterb.) Dec. 18, 1641. V. of 
Cherryhinton, Cambs., 1641. Fellow of Peterhouse; ejected 
1644; restored 1660. Chaplain, New College, Oxford, 1643-5. 
Fellow of Eton, and R. of Downham, Cambs., 1660. Bishop 
of Sodor and Man, 1663-71; and Governor of the Island. 
Bishop of St Asaph, 1670-80. Died at Shrewsbury, June 21, 
1680. Buried in St Asaph Cathedral. M.I. there. Half- 
brother of Isaac (1615) above. (D.N.B.; Le Neve, Mon., 
\.2\T.A. Walker, ^o.) 

BARROW, ISAAC. Adm. pens, (age 14) at Peterhouse, 
Dec. 15, 1643. S. of Thomas, citizen and linendraper of 
London (brother of the bishop). B. there. Schools, Charter- 
house and Felstead. Migrated to Trinity, Feb. 25, 1645-6. 
Matric. 1647; Scholar, 1647; B.A. 1648-9; M.A. 1652; B.D. 
1661; D.D. 1666. Fellow of Trinity, 1649. Incorp. at Oxford, 
1653. Travelled abroad, 1655-9. Ordained, 1659, by Bishop 
Brownrigg. Regius Professor of Greek, 1660-3. Professor of 
Geometry, Gresham College, 1662-3. Lucasian Professor of 
Mathematics, 1663-9. F.R.S. 1663. Preb. of Salisbury, 1671. 
Chaplain to Charles 1 1. Master of Trinity, 1673-7. Vice- 
Chancellor, 1675-6. Died when on a visit to London. Buried 
in Westminster Abbey, May 7, 1677. Famous as a mathe- 
matician, as Greek and Latin scholar, and above all as a 
theologian. Author, Lediones Opticae; Euclidis Data; etc. 
His sermons were published after his death by Dr Tillotson. 
(D.N.B.) 

BARROW, ISAAC. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Oct. 29, 
1646. S. of Isaac (1615), gent., of Burwell, Cambs. B. there. 
School, Westminster. Matric. 1646; Scholar, 1646-7. Of 
Burwell, Esq. Brother of Justinian (1648). 

BARROWE, JAMES. Matric pens, from Corpus Christi, 
Michs. 1569, as 'Browne'; B.A. from Pembroke, 1573-4. 

BARROW, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, Apr. 24, 
1693. S. of Michael, husbandman, of Cartmel, Lanes. School, 
Sedbergh. Matric. 1693; B.A. 1696-7; M.A. 1700. Ord. 
deacon (London) Feb. 28, 1696-7; priest, June 19, 1698. 
V. of Much Marcle, Hereford, 1721-30. 

BARROW, JOHN. B.Civ.L. 1503-4. Scholar and fellow of 
King's Hall, 1501-18. Died 1518. Left 40*. towards build- 
ing the tower of the College, i.e. the present Gateway of 
Trinity. 

BARROW, JOHN. B.A. 1508-9; M.A. 1512. V. of Hackney, 
Middlesex, 1516-45. Died 1546. Will dated Dec. 29, 1543; 
proved (Cons. C. of Westminster) Feb. 13, 1545-6. 

BARROWE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Clare, Michs. 1570; 
B.A. 1574-5- 

BARROWE, JUSTINIAN. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius, June 3, 
1648. S. of Isaac (1615), of Burwell, Cambs., Esq. B. there. 
Schools, Burwell and Newport, Essex. Matric. 1648; 
Scholar, 1648-52. Brother of Isaac (1646). 

BARROWE, MAURICE. Matric. FeU.-Com. from St John's, 
Michs. 1612. S. and h. of William of Westhorpe, SufioLk, 
Esq. Adm. at Gray's Inn, June 3, 1616. Of Westhorpe, 
Esq., and of Bamingham, Sufiolk. Sherifi of Suffolk, 1628, 
1643. Died May 11, 1666, aged 69. M.I. (Le Neve, Mon., 
111. 64; Vis. of Suff., 1664.) 

BARROW, PHILIP. Licensed to practise surgery, 1559. S. of 
John, of Suffolk. Probably practised in London. Author, 
Method of Physicke, 1590. (Cooper, 11. 98; D.N.B.; Cambs. 
Vis., 1619.) 

BARROW, SAMUEL. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1575; 
B.A. 1579-80. One of these names, s. and h. of Philip, of 
Isleham, Cambs., Esq., adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. 27, 
1581-2. 

BARROW, SAMUEL. Matric. pens, from Queens', Lent, 
1615-6. Of Norfolk. S. and h. of Thomas, of Etocking, 
Norfolk. Migrated to Sidney, Aug. 7, 1616. Adm. at 
Gray's Inn, Feb. 5, 1616-7. Of Burwell, Cambs. Married 
Judith, dau. of Sir George Fitz-Geffrey, of Beds. (J. Foster, 
Gray's Inn.) 

BARROW, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, JuW 5, 1639. 
Scholar, 1641 ; B.A. 1643-4. Perhaps s. of Samuel, of 
Burwell, Cambs., age 9 in 1634. (Vis. of Essex, 1634.) 

BARROW, THOMAS. Scholar at King's Hall, 1456-72; 
B.Civ.L. 1459-60; D.Civ.L. 1466. V. of Chesterton, Cambs., 
1468-72. R. of Castle Camps, 1471. R. of Olney, Bucks., 
1474-94. Preb. of Lichfield, 1478. Preb. of Lincoln, 1482- 
99. Archdeacon of Colchester, 1483. Preb. of Westmin- 
ster, 1483. Master of the Rolls, 1483-5. Keeper of the Great 
Seal, 1485. Gave £240 towards the building of Gt St 
Mary's, Cambridge. Will dated June 23; proved (P.C.C.) 
July 10, 1499. (D.N.B.; Fuller's History.) 

BARROW, THOMAS. B.Civ.L. 1511-2; D.Civ.L, 1316-7. 



Barry, Lambe 

BARROW, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Easter, 1587. 
Of Suffolk. 

BARROW, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Apr. 6 1642. 
Matric. 1642. 

BARROW, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, May 30, 
1713. S. of William, of Peover, Cheshire. School, Northwich, 
Cheshire. Matric. 1713-4; B.A. 1716-7; M.A. 1720. Ord. 
deacon (London) June 16, 1717. 

BARROWE, W. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1566. Per- 
haps William, s. of Thomas, of Chippenham, Cambs., 
adm. at Gray's Inn, 1568. Of Westhorpe, Suffolk, Esq. 
Died Dec. 24, 1613, aged 64. Father of Maurice, 1612. 

BARO, WILLIAM. B.A. from Peterhouse, 1583-4; M.A. 1591. 
Ord. priest (Lincoln) 1587. 

BARROW, WILLIAM. Scholar of Emmanuel, Michs. 1605; 
B.A. 1608-9; M.A. 1612. Fellow, 1612-3. Died in College. 
Buried at St Andrew's, Cambridge, Oct. 2, 1613. Will proved 
(V.C.C.) 1614. 

BARROWE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Trinity, May 27, 1644. 
B.A. 1647; M.A. 1651. R. of E. Bradenham, Norfolk, 1660 
-76. Died 1676. 

BARROW, . M.A. 1458-9 

BARROW, . M.A. 1469-70. 

BARROW, . D.Can.L. 1477-8. 

BARROW, . B.A. 1491-2. 

BARROW, . Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1585. B.A. (? 1589- 

90); M.A. 1593. 

BARROWIS, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1631. 

BARROWES, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Queens*, Oct. 23, 1660. 
Matric. 1660. 

BARROWS, . Adm. at Sidney, 1671-2. 

BARROWBY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 10, 
1730-1. S. of William, of St Peter's, Oxford, doctor. M.B. 
1733. Matric. at Trinity College, Oxford, Apr. 8, 1728, age 
15. Had been a colleger at Eton. Of St Bot., Bishopsgate, 
at death, Dec. 30, 1751. Admon. 1752. The man of these 
names described in the D.N.B. as 'M.D. Emmanuel, 1713,' 
was presumably his father, who graduated at Oxford. (See 
At. Oxon.) 

BARRY, see also BERRY. 

BARRY or BARRIE, BARNABAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. 28, 1648. B. at Cottesmore, Rutland. School, Stamford. 
B.A. from Emmanuel, 1653; M.A. from Caius, 1658. 

BARRY, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 14, 
1653-4. Of Suffolk. Matric. 1654; Scholar, 1657; B.A. 
1657-8. ftrobably s. and h. of Anthony, of Syleham, Suffolk, 
and brother of Thomas (1654-5). (^w- of Suff., 1664.) 

BARRYE, GEORGE. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Michs. 
1589; B.A. 1592-3; M.A. 1596. Ord. priest (Gloucester) 
Mar. 26, 1598. R. of Walkem, Herts., 1612-32. Died 1632. 

BARRY, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1627; 
B.A. 1630-1; M.A. 1634. FeUow, 1632. Perhaps V. of White 
Notley, Essex, 1648. R. of Medboume, Leics., 1661-96. 
Preb. of Peterborough, 1679-96. R. of Uppingham, Ruts., 
1684. Buried, at Medboume, May 30, 1696. M.I. (Nichols, 
II. 718.) 

BARRY, HASLEOIUS. Adm. pens, at Sx Catharine's, Lent, 
1633-6. 

BARRY, JAMES. M.A. 1627. Incorp. from Tr. Coll. Dublin. 
S. of Richard, of Dublin, merchant and alderman (also 
mayor). B.A. (Trinity College, Dublin) 1621. Barrister- 
at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1628. Recorder of Dublin. Baron 
of the Exchequer (Ireland) 1634. Knighted, 1640. Chief 
Justice of the K.B. (Ireland) 1660. Created Baron Barry, 
of Santry, 1661. Died Feb. 9, 1672-3. (D.N.B.) 

BARRY, JAMES. Matric. sizar from King's, Lent, 1663-4. 
Perhaps licensed schoolmaster by Bishop of Ely, 1664. 

BARRY, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1494. 
B.Can.L. 1503-4; D.Can.L. 1511-2. 

BARRY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 1599. Migrated 
to Trinity as scholar, 1602; B.A. (? 1602-3); M.A. 1606. 

BARRY, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, Easter, 
1629. Of Bedfordshire. One of these names s. of John, of 
Cottesmore, Rutland, clerk; adm. at the Inner Temple, 1630. 
Barrister, 1639. Brother of Matthias (1631) and Nathaniel 
(1630-1). 

BARRY, JOHN. Scholar of Trinity, 1635. 

BARRY, LAMBE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, c. June, 
1723. S. of Anthony, gent., of Syleham, Suffolk. B. there. 
School, Monk Soham (private). Matric. 1724; Scholar, 1724- 
S. Of Syleham, Esq. Sherifi for Suffolk, 1748. Died 
Nov. 24, 1768. Buried at Syleham. M.I. there. (Venn, 11. 19.) 



Barry, Matthias 

BARRY. MATTHIAS. Adm. pens, (age 20) at St John's, Apr. 7, 
1631. S. of John, R. of Cottesmore, Rutland. B. there. 
School, Dronfield, Derbs. Matric from St Catharine's, 
1639. Afterwards at Emmanuel, Oct. 1634. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, May j6, 1652. Brother of John (1629) 
and Nathaniel (1630-1). 

BARRY, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, (age 13) at St John's, 
Mar. 2, 1630-1. S. of John, R. of Cottesmore, Rutland. B. 
there. School, Dronfield, Derbs. Matric 1631, as Barr. 
Lecturer at St Mildred's, Tenterden, Kent, 1642-54. V. of 
St Mary, Dover, 1654-60. Died 1675. Brother of John 
(1629) and Matthias {1631). (Calamy, 11. 60; Arch. Cant., 
XXXI. 226.) 

BARRY, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, {age 19) at St John's, 
June 13, 1660. S. of Nathaniel, clerk, of Middlesex. B. there. 
School, Eton. Matric. 1660; B.A. 1663-4; M.A. 1669. Ord. 
priest (Lincohi) Feb. 17, 1667-8; C. of Lutterworth. V. of 
Loddington, Leics., 1669-1702. Died Apr. 27, 1702, 'aged 
72.' M.I. at Loddington. {Nichols, iii. 331.) 

BARRY, NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, Apr. 12, 
1718. S. of Richard, clerk, of Wilts. B. at Upton Scudamore. 
School, Warminster. Matric. 1718; B.A. 1721-2; M.A. 1725. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) May 20, 1722; C. of Shelton, Beds. ; 
priest, May 23, 1725. (Scott-Mayor, in. 316.) 

BARRY, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Feb. 29, 
1743-4. S. of Richard, clerk, of Wilts., R. of Upton Scuda- 
more. Schools, Warminster and Bristol. Matric. 1743-4; 
B.A. 1747-8. Ord. deacon (Hereford) Dec 35, 1749. R. of 
Upton Scudamore, 1766-79 (died). {Scott-Mayor, in. 540.) 

BARRY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 1627. Of 
Bedfordshire. 

BARRY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 8, 1654-5. 
Of Suffolk. Matric. Lent, 1656-7; B.A. 1638-9; M.A. 1662. 
Fellow, 1661. Probably 2nd s. of Anthony, of Syleham, 
Suffolk, and brother of Christopher {1653-4). R. of Shelf - 
hanger, Norfolk, 1674-87. Died 1687. {Vis. of Suff., 1664.) 

BARRY, WILLIAM. M.A. from Emmanuel, 1750; D.D. 1771. 
B.A. from Trinity College, Dublin. Adm. at Trinity Col- 
lege, Dublin, Apr. 12, 1743, *ge 16. B. at BristoL S. of 
William, gent. B.A. (Dublin) 1747. Died at Bristol, Jan. 9, 
1781. (G. Mag.; A I. Dub.) 

BARRY, WILLOUGHBY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 
Sept. 10, 1719. S. of George, surgeon. B. at Wood (? Weald, 
Essex). School, Lewes, Sussex. Matric. 1719; M.B. 1725; 
M.D. 1728 {Com. Reg.). 

BARSHAM. ANDREW (1535), see BASHAM. 

BARSHAM, PHILIP. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, May 15, 

1750. S. of Philip, clothier, late of Upwell, Carabs. B. there. 

School, Huntingdon. Matric 1750; Scholar, 1730-3; LL.B. 

1756. Fellow, 1756-73. Ord. priest (Ely) Mar. 6, 1757. 

Died Feb. 8, 1775. M.I. at Northchurch, Herts. {Venn, 11. 

64.) 
BARSHAM, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Easter, 1376, 

as Bassam; B.A. from Peterhouse, 1580. One of these 

names, B.A., ord. priest (Norwich^ June, 1586. R. of Eccles, 

Norfolk, 1586-1638. Buried there, Feb. 2, 1638-9. {Peile, 1. 

137.) 
BARSHAM, THOMAS. Matric sizar from Clare, Lent, 1579- 

80; B.A. 1583-4; M.A. 1587. Ord. priest (Norwich) Jan. 1, 

1395-6. R. of HUgay, Norfolk, 1595-1605. R. of Testerton, 

1615-7. 
BARSHAM, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 

1610. 
BARSHAM, W. Matric. pens, from Clare, Michs. 1576. 
BARSIE, GEORGE. M.A. 1624 {Lit. Reg.). 

BARSTOW, EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 14) at Trinity, Nov. 4, 
1 706. S. of Edmund, of Hinderskelf (Castle Howard) , Yorks. , 
Esq. School, York. Matric. 1706. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Dec. 
10, 1708. Banister, 1716. 

BARSTOWE or BERSTOWE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St 
John's, Easter, 1566; B.A. 1569-70. 

BARTER, THOI&AS. B.D. 1665 {LU. Reg.). R. of Trotton, 
Sussex, 1663. Suffered imprisonment during the troubles. 

BARTHAM, HENRY. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Easter, x6i6. 

BARTHELET, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, 
Sept. 16, 1612. Of Attleborough, Norfolk. S. of Edward, 
gent., deceased. School, Moulton. Matric. 161 2; Scholar, 
1613-20; B.A. 1616-7; M.A. 1620. Ord. priest (Norwich) 
Jnne 8, 1633. R. of Stcmfield, Suffolk, 1623. {Venn, i. 319.) 

BARTHOLOMEW or BARTLEMAR, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, 
(age 17) at Magdalene, June 27, 1649. S. of France, of 
Kand, Lines. School, Welton. B.A. 1652. 

BARTHOLOMEW, JOHN. Matric. oeni. from Trinity, Michs. 
1366; B.A. 1370-1; M.A., from Pembroke, 1374; B.D. 1603. 



Barton, Andrew 

BARTHOLOMEW, LEONARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trintty, 
May 1, 1747. S. of Leonard, of Addington, Kent. School, 
Maidstone. Matric. 1747; Scholar, 1747. 

BARTHOLOMEW, RICHARD. Matric sizar from St John's, 
Easter, 1567. 'Ord. priest (Lincohi) May 8, 1569; aged 29; 
married; understands Latin moderately.' {Lib. CUr., 1576.) 
R. of Gayton-le-Wold, Lines. 

BARTHOLOMEW, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, 
July I, 1681. S. of John, of Chertsey, Surrey. School, 
Guildford. Matric. 1682; Scholar, 1683; B.A. 1684-5: M.A. 
1688. 

BARTHOLOMEW, WALTER. B.A. 1543-4. 

BARTHOLOMEW, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 25, 
1606. Of Sussex. Matric. 1606. Migrated to Emmanud, 
Nov. 1, 1606. B.A. 1609-10; M.A. 1613; B.D. 1620. Fellow 
of Emmanuel, 1612-21. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Mar. 12; 
priest. Mar. 13, 1619-20. Lived in Devon. 

BARTHOLOMEW, WILLIAM. Matric sizar from Trinity, 
Easter, 1624; B.A. 1627-8; M.A. 1631. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
Apr. 5; priest, Apr. 6, 1628. Perhaps V. of Campden, 
Gloucester, 1636-61. 'A preaching minister' in 1650. Died 
c. 1661. (F. S. Hockaday.) 



BARTHOLOMEW, 



B.A. 1469-70. 



BARTIE, see also BERTIE. 

BARTIE or BERTIE, EDWARD. Adm. at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, Aug. 28, 1577, age 18. Of London. Matric. 
1577-8. Left without a degree in 1580. Of the Middle 
Temple. {Harteood.) 

BARTIE, FRANCIS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 24, 1575, age 18. Of London. Matric 1575; B.A. 1579- 
80. Fellow, 1578-84. 

BARTY, HENRY. Matric FelL-Com. from King's, Easter, 
1607. 

BARTINE, GODFREY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
Apr. 30, 1631. S. of Godfrey, of Lees, Derbs. B. there. 
School, Rotberham. Matric 1631; B.A. 1634-5; M.A. 1638. 

BARTIN, JOHN. B.A. from St John's, 1604-5; M.A. 1608. 
Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1605; priest, Dec. 22, 1606. V. of 
Wartling, Sussex, 1611. 

BARTINNE, PHILIP. Matric. sizar from St John's, c. 1593. 

BARTIN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Apr. 1, 
1639. S. of John, V. of Aylesbury, Bucks. B. there. School, 
Thame, Oxon. Matric. 1639. 

BARTLETT, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, Nov. 26, 
1618. S. of William, R. of Winterborne Monckton, Dorset. 
School, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Matric. 1618. One of these 
names V. of Portisham, Dorset, 1661. See also Al. Oxon. 

BARTLET, JOHN. LL.B. 1562. Fellow of Jesus, 1562-3. 
Studied afterwards at foreign universities. Is not this the 
author of The Pedegrewe of Heretics, 1566? Perhaps V. of 
Bishop's Stortford, Essex, 1556-61 ; and Divinity lecturer at 
St Giles, Cripplegate; suspended 1560. (A. Gray; D.N.B.) 

BARTLET, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Lent, 
1615-6; B.A. 1619-20; M.A. 1623. Fellow. Perhaps V. of 
St Thomas, Exeter. R. of St Mary Major, Exeter; deprived, 
1662. Afterwards resided and preached in that city. Author, 
Summary View of Divinity. {D.N.B.) 

BARTLET, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Mar. 6, 
1676-7. One of these names, 3rd s. of Samuel, of London, 
adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 22, 1673. 

BARTLET, NATHANIEL. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1747. 
Of Somerset. Matric 1748-9. 

BARTLETT, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Lent, 
1577-8. Exhibitioner from St Paul's School. B.A. 1381-2; 
M.A. 1585. 

BARTLET, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 12, 1524, age 16. Of Castle Morton, Worcs. Fellow, 
1527-30. B.A. 1528-9. 

BARTLETT, WILLIAM. B.A. from King's 1732; Incorp. from 
Exeter College, Oxford; matric. there Feb. 5, 1714-5, age 19. 
S. of Ellis, of Branscombp, Devon. B.A. (Oxford) 1718. 
R. of Terapleton, Devon, 1725-47. R. of Southleigh. 
Died 1747. {A I. Oxon.) 

BARTLETT, . Scholar at Bhmanurl, Easter, i6ao. 

BARTLEY, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Mar. 1384-3. 

BARTLEY, NICHOLAS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Apr. 1582. 

BARTON, ANDREW. Adm. at Christ's, May 4, 1579. Of Notts. 

Scholar. Matric. 1579. One of these names adm. at Gray's 

Inn, 1579. 

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Barton, Baptist Noel 

BARTON, BAPTIST NOEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 28, 

1724-5. B. at Exton, Rutland. S. of Noel of Exton, Esq. 

Migrated to Clare, July 8, 1725. Matric. 1725; B.A. 1728-9; 

M.A. 1733. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June i, 1729; priest. 

May 23, 1731. V. of Exton, 1730. R. of Wing, Rutland, 

1732. R. of Pickwell, Leicester, 1734-49. R. of Cottesmore, 

1749-62. Chaplain to the Earl of Harborough. Died June 20, 

1762, aged 55. M.I. at Exton. Father of Baptist Noel below. 

{Misc. Gen. et Her. 2nd S. lii. 178.) 
BARTON, BAPTIST NOEL. Adm. sizar at Clare, Apr. 30, 1751 

(pens. Oct. 15). S. of Baptist Noel Barton (1725) above. B. 

at Exton, Rutland. Matric. 1751: B.A. 1755; M.A. 1758. 

Fellow of Clare, 1759-68. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 14, 

1756; priest, Mar. ri, 1759. V. of Lavendon, Bucks., 1764-93' 

Buried there, 1793. (Lipscomb, iv. 217.) 
BARTON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 30, i668. 

Matric. 1668. 
BARTON, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Jesus, 

Easter, 1557. One of these names s. of Thomas, of Yorks. 

Perhaps adm. at Gray's Inn, 1554. (Vis. of Yorks., 1563-) 
BARTON, CHRISTOPHER. Clerk. Of St John's. Will proved 

(V.C.C.) 1559- 
BARTON, CUTTS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, July 3, 

1724. OfNorthants. S.of Geoffrey (1679-80), R. of Rushton. 

School, Oundle. Matric. 1724; Scholar, 1724; B.A. 1727-8; 

M.A. 1732; D.D. (Lambeth) 1756. Incorp. at Oxford, 1733. 

Clerk of the Closet to the Prince of Wales. Ord. deacon 

(Lincoln) Nov. i, 1728. R. of St Andrew's, Holbom, 1734. 

R. of Little Laver, Essex, 1745. Dean of Bristol, 1763. 

Died Dec. 10, 1780. Buried at Langley, Bucks. M.I. Broths 

of Geoffrey (1717) and Montagu (1736). (T. A. Walker.) 
BARTON, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Queens', Lent, 

1578-9; B.A. 1581-2. 
BARTON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Oct. 17, 

1580. B. at Dullingbam, Cambs. S. of Stephen, gent. 

Schools, Dullingham, Ely and Hitchin. Matric. 1580. 

BARTON, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1618; 
B.A. 1621-2; M.A. 1625; B.D. 1632. Fellow, 1624. V. of 
Trumpington, Cambs., 1634. V. of Bottisham, 1638. R. of 
Grundisburgh, Suffolk, 1640-5. Will proved (V.C.C.) 1645. 

BARTON, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1631; 
Scholar from Westminster; B.A. 1634-5; M.A. 1638. Fellow, 
1637. 

BARTON, GEOFFREY. Adm. i)ens. (age 18) at Trinity, 
Feb. 25, 1679-80. S. of Robert. B. at Brigstock, Northants. 
School, Eton (adm. at Oimdle, 1669). Matric. 1681; Scholar, 
1683; B.A. 1683-4: M.A. 1687. Fellow, 1687. Ord. priest 
(London) Dec. 9, 1689. R. of Rushton, Northants. Preb. of 
Lincoln, 1723-5. Died Apr. 4, 1725, at Rushton. Father 
of Cutts (1724), Geqffrey, and Montagu. (Misc. Gen. et Her. 
2nd S. in. 180.) 

BARTON, GEOFFREY. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
1717 (adm. at Rugby, 1706). B. at Rushton, Northants. 
S. of Geoffrey, R. of Rushton, above. Matric. 1717; B.A. 
1721-2; M.A. 1725. Fellow, 1720. R. of St Andrew's, Holbom, 
1724. R. of Black Notley, Essex, 1725. Domestic chaplain 
to Robert, Lord Walpole. Preb. of Lincoln, 1728. Died 
Sept. 9, 1734. Brother of Cutts (1724) and Montagu (1736). 
(Misc. Gen. et Her. 2nd S. in. 180.) 

BARTON, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1580. 
One of these names, of Cawton, Yorla. and of Staple Inn, 
adm. at Gray's Inn, May 25, 1582. 

BARTON, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Jesus c. 1593. 

BARTON, GODFREY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
May 2, 1654. S. of Thomas, gent., of Norton Lees, near 
Sheffield. B. there. School, Sheffield. Matric. 1654 as 
Geoffrey. Buried at Norton, Apr. 16, 1655. M.I. there. 

BARTON, GODFREY. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 

Jan. 24, 1661-2. S. of John, fellmonger, of Repton, Derbs. 

B. there. School, Repton. Matric. 1661-2; B.A. 1665-6. 

V. of Brigstock, Northants., 1671-99. Died 1699. (T. P. 

Dorman.) 
BARTON, HENRY. Incorp. M.A. 1749, ft^na Merton College, 

Oxford; matric. there May 8, 1738, age 15. S. of Henry, of 

Churchill, Worcester. B.A. (Oxford) 1737; M.A. 1740; D.D. 

1759- Warden of Merton, 1759-90. Died July 13, 1790. 

(Al. Oxon.; M. H. Peacock.) 
BARTON, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, Mar. 24, 

1737-8. S. of Ralph, yeoman, of Lanes. B. at Wigan. 

School, Manchester. Matric. 1738; B.A. 1741-2. Ord. 

deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 14, 1741-2; priest (Chester) Sept. 19, 

1742. V. of Heywood, Lanes., 1742-5. R. of KoapweU, 

Cambs., 1774-82. (Scott-Mayor, iii. 491.) 

BARTON, JOHN. B.A. 1515-6. 

BARTON, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Lent, 1577-8. 



Barton, Samuel 

BARTON, JOHN. Matric sizar from Trinity, Easter, i6io; 
B.A. 1613-4; M.A. 1617. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Feb. 26, 
1614-5; priest, May 29, 1615. Perhaps V. of Aylesbury, 
Bucks., 1618; ejected; reinstated, 1660. P.C. of Wotton 
Underwood, 1651-60. 

BARTON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Easter, 1622. 
Of Northants. B.A. 1624-5; M.A. 1636. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
May 19; priest, May 20, 1627. One of these names R. of 
Newton Blossomville, Bucks., 1637-41. Died c. 1641. (T.A. 
Walker, 22.) 

BARTON, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi Michs. 
1631. Of Canterbury. 

BARTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, May 4, 
1669. Of Leicester. School, Leicester. Matric. 1669; Scholar, 
1669; B.A. 1672-3. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) May 25, 1673; 
priest (Peterb.) Sept. 24, 1676. Perhaps V. of Geddington, 
Northants. Buried there Mar. 6, 1719. 

BARTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Clare, July 6, 1722. B. at 
Horbling, Lines. 

BARTON, JOSHUA. Adm. sizar at Queens', Mar. 29, 1670. 
Of Lanes. Matric. 1670. 

BARTON, JOSHUA. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Sidney, Oct. 29, 
1672. S. of John, yeoman. B. at Norton, Derbs. School, 
Norton. Matric. 1672; B.A. 1675-6; M.A. 1678. C. of Lydd, 
Kent. V. of Selling, and V. of Lympne, 1680-1705. Died 
1705. 

BARTON, LEONARD. B.A. 1525-6; M.A. 1529. FeUow of 
St John's, 1528. Died 1531. Will proved (V.C.C.) 1531- 

BARTON, MATTHEW. B.A. from Trinity, 1603-4; M.A. 1607; 
B.D. from King's, 1623. S. of William, of York, clerk. 
Organist at King's, 1622-4. Married Thomasina, dau. of 
Henry Gibbes, of Cambridge, Nov. 6, 1605, at Gt St Mary's. 
V. of S. Benfleet, Essex, 1610. R. of Ditchingham, Norfolk, 
1635. 

BARTON, MONTAGU. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
1736. B. at Rushton, Northants., 17x7. S. of Geoffrey (1679- 
80). R. of Rushton. Matric. 1737; B.A. 1740-1; M.A. 1749. 
FeUow, 1740. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) May 23; priest, May 27, 
1742. Chaplain to the Ordnance. R. of Stoke Dry, Rutland, 
1742. R. of Stourton, Wilts., 1755. R. of Caundle Marsh, 
Dorset, 1760. Died Apr. 1790. Buried at Stourton. M.I. 
Brother of Cutts (1724) and Geoffrey (1717). (Misc. Gen. et 
Her. 2nd S. in. 182.) 

BARTON, NEWTON. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 14, 
1725-6. S. of Robert, of Brigstock, Northants. School, Eton. 
Matric. 1726. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 19, 1725. 
Living 1764. 

BARTON, NICHOLAS. B.A. from St John's, 1585-6. Probably 
the Nich. Barton 'bom at Towcester, age 37; ord. priest by 
Bishop of Gloucester,' who was presented to the V. of 
Bromham, Beds., July, 1597. V. of Stevington, Beds., 1595- 
1607. 

BARTON, PHILIP. Ord. deacon (London) Mar. 25, 1578; 'aged 
28; late scholar of Trinity; (curate?) of St Clement Danes, 
London.' Ord. priest, Dec. 21, 1579. B. at Boulogne, France. 
No matriculation found. 

BARTON, PHILIP. Incorp. LL.D. 1749, from Christ Church, 
Oxford. S. of Philip, of 'Kyre,* Worcester. Matric. (New 
College) Aug. 5, 1712, age 17; B.C.L. 1720; D.C.L. 1733- 
R. of Hannington, Hants., 1728-31. R. of Houghton, 
1729-32. Preb. of Chichester, 1730; of Winchester, 1731. 
V. of Buriton, 1732. Canon of Chnst Church, Oxford, 1733. 
V. of Portsea, 1751. F.R.S. 1757. Died July 13, 1765. 
(Al. Oxon.) 

BARTON, RALPH. Proctor, or Master, of God's House, c, 
1477-85. 

BARTON, RALPH. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Caius, July 8, 1575, 
age 19. Of Malpas, Cheshire. S. of Ralph, Esq. School, 
Nottingham. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1573. Lord of Blackburn 
and Smithells. Sheriff of Lanes., 1605. Died at Smithells, 
Lanes., Dec. 10, 1611. (Venn, i. 82.) 

BARTON, RICHARD. Of Michaelhouse. Proctor, 1388-9. One 
of these names, M.A. and B.D. of Cambridge, obtained a 
grant from the Pojje of a benefice at the disposal of the 
bishop of Ely, May 1, 1406. (Col. Pat. Rolls.) 

BARTON, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 
1617. 

BARTON, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at Queens', Apr. 8, 1669. 
OfLeics. Matric. 1669; B.A. 1676-7. Litt. (iiwt. (Canterbury) 
for deacon's orders, 1671 as C. of Molash, Kent. Ord. deacon 
(? priest) (Norwich) Sept. 1674. 

BARTON, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Easter, 1548. 
Perhaps V. of Quarrington, Lines., i558-(?) 1575- 

BARTON, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, June 28, 
1661. S. of John, woollen draper, of Shrewsbury. B. there. 
School, Shrewsbury. Matric. 1661; B.A. 1664-5; M.A. 1668. 



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Barton, Samuel 

BARTON, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Jbscs, Mar. 28, 1668, 
age 20. Of Ashton-on-Mersey, Cheshire. S. of Richard. 
Matric. 1670; B.A. 1671-2. Ord. deacon (Ely) June 18, 
1 67 1. (For a contemporary namesake set A I. Oxon.) Perhaps 
R. of Hoole, Lanes., 1676-86. 

BARTON, THOMAS. B.A. 1304-5. One of these names C. of 
Greenford Magna, Middlesex, 15 18. 

BARTON, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1585. 

BARTON, THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Queens', Apr. 17, 
1599. Of Lanes. S. of Ralph (1575)- Of Smithells, Lanes. 
Governor of Blackburn Grammar School. Knighted, 1619. 
Died July 27, 1659. Buried at Bolton. (Abram, Blackburn.) 

BARTON, THOBIAS. Adm. at Caius, July 5, 1636, age 22. S. of 
Thomas, husbandman. B. at Water Frystone, Yorks. School, 
Edlington. Adm. also at St Catharine's, 1636. 

BARTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, June 22, 
1676. S. of George, Esq., of Cawton near Malton, Yorks. 
B. there. School, Thornton in Pickering. Adm. at Gray's 
Inn, Nov. 7, 1685. Barrister, 1692. Bencher, 1715. (Yorks. 
Vis.. 1665.) 

BARTON, THOBIAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
Jan. 15, 1721-22. Of Sussex. School, Lewes. Matric. 1722; 
Scholar, 1722; B.A. 1725-6; M.A. 1729. Fellow, 1726. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) Dec. 2i, 1729; priest (Chichester) June 4, 1732. 
R. of Warbleton, Sussex, 1732. Buried there, Jan. 6, 1761. 

BARTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Nov. 4, 
1731. Of Yorkshire. Matric. 1732. S. and h. of William, of 
New Malton, gent., deceased. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Feb. 22, 1731-2. 

BARTON, THURSTON. Matric pens, from Trinity, Easter, 
1549, imftubes; B.A. 1549-50; M.A. 1553. One of these 
names s. of Andrew, of Smithells, Lanes. {Vis. of Lanes., 
1567.) 

BARTON, WILLIAM B.Can.L. 1492-3. 

BARTON, WILLIAM Matric. pens, from Clare, MJchs. 1552. 

BARTON, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Lent, 1577-8; 
B.A. 1582-3; M.A. 1586; B.D. 1599. FeUow, 1585. Taxor, 
1603. Proctor, 1606-7. V. of Trumpington, Cambs., 1602-3. 
V. of Keysoe, Beds., 1604-6. Minister at Stow-cum-Quy, 
Cambs., 1608. V. of Bottisham, 1611. R. of Cheadle, Staffs., 
1616-26. Will proved (V.C.C.) 1627. One of these names 
(M.A.) V. of Marsworth, Bucks., 1612. 

BARTON, WILLIAM Matric. sizar from Trinity, Lent, 1618-9 ; 
B.A. 1621-2; M.A. 1625. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Sept. 21, 
1623. V. of Mayfield, Stags., 16^1-43. Minister of St John 
Zachary, London, 1646. V. of St Martin's, Leicester, 1656. 
R. of Cadeby, Leics., 1656-62. Perhaps V. of Naseby, 
Northants., 1669-78. Died 1678. Well-known hymn writer. 
(D.N.B.) 

BARTON, . Dominican friar. B.D. (?) 1465-6. 

BARTON, . Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1546. 

Perhaps Christopher {see back). 

BARTOW, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Christ's, Jan. 31, 
1688-9. S. of Thomas. B. at Crediton, Devon. School, 
Crediton. Matric. 1689; Scholar, 1690; B.A. 1692-3. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) June, 1694. V. of Pampisford, Cambs., May 28, 
1697-1706. S.P.G. missionary in New York, 1702-23. Died 
1725. {Peile, II. III.) 

BARTRAM, AUDEMAR. B. (and D.?) Can.L., 1470-1. 

BARTERAM, EMERY. Probably B.Can. (or Civ.), 14SS-9. 

BARTRAM, , B.Civ. (or Can.), 1480-1. 

BARTRAM or BARTHERAR, . Incorp. M.A. 1311-2. 

Perhaps Fellow of Pembroke, 1515. 
BARTRUM, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Easter, 

1610. 
BARUGH, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Sidney, June 19, 

1 64 1. S. of John, yeoman. B. at Topclifie, Yorics. Schools, 

Topcli&e and Coxwold. 
BARUSTONE, SIMON, see BORASTON. 
BARWE, . M.A. 1524-5. 

BARWELL, EDMUND. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Feb. 
1563-4; B.A. 1567-8; M.A. 1571; B.D. 1578; D.D. 1587. 
FeUow, 1370-81. Ord. deacon (Ely) Jime 2, 1570. Master 
of Christ's, 1382-1609. Canon of Ely, 1582. R. of Toft, Cambs., 
1584. For the memorable visitation of the College in 1366 by 
Dr Copcot tu PeUe'i History of Christ's. Died 1609. Will 
(V.C.C). {PeiU, I. 84.) 

BARWELL, EDMUND. Adm. sizar at Christ's, Apr. 4, 1623. 
S. of WiUiam (1585), R. of Mepal, Isle of Ely. B. at Ely. 
School, Cbarternoose. Matric. 1623; B.A. 1628-9; M.A. 1632. 
Ord. prieat (Peterb.) Sept. 1632. Probably V. of Slawston, 
Leics., 1638-67. Died there, 1667. Buried Dec. 36. {P*iU, 
I. 363; NichoU, II. 799.) 



Barwick, LibiUs 

BARWELL, EDWARD. Probably matric. from Christ's, 1595. 

S. of '... Barwell, of Northampton, servant to Edward 

Griffin, attomey-eeneral.' Nephew of the Master. B. at 

'Banten'(? Brampton) by Dingley, Northants. B.A. 1595-6; 

M.A. 1599; B.D. 1607. FeUow, 1598-1607. Junior Proctor, 

1603-4. Incorp. at Oxford 1604 and 1608. Ord. priest 

(Colchester) Mar. 26, 1598. Preacher at Lincoln. R. of 

Kegworth, Leics., 1606-39. Donor to New Buildings at 

Christ's. Brother of William (1585) ; father of Edward (1645). 

Died Nov. 20, 1639. (Peile, 1. 202.) 
BARWELL, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Dec. 1610. 

F*rob. s. of John. B.A. 1613-4. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) 

Sept. 1619; priest, Dec. 19, 1619. C. of St Mary de Crypt, 

Gloucester, 1620-25. (Peile, 1. 280; F. S. Hockaday.) 
BARWELL, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Christ's, 

June 4, 1645. S. of Edward (1595), R. of Kegworth. B. there. 

School, 'Hawston.' Matric. 1645. Associate to the Clerk of 

Assize for Leics. Of Lyon's Inn, London. Died 1678. (PeiU, 

I. 496; Nicfiols, III. 833.) 
BARWELL, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Michs. 

1560; B.A. 1563-4. 
BARWELL, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 9, 1664. 

Matric. 1664; Scholar, 1668; B.A. 1668-9. 
BARWELL, MATTHEW. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, 

July 5, 1679. S. of John, of London. School, St Paul's. 

Matric. 1680; Scholar, 1683; B.A. 1683-4; M.A. 1687. 

Fellow, 1687. Ord. priest, Jime 3, 1694. V. of Chesterton, 

Cambs., 1711. 
BARWELL, NEWMAN. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Clare, Dec. 3, 

1700. S. and h. of Robert, of Witham, Esq., deceased. 

B. at Colchester. Adm. at the Middle Temple, £>ec. 12, 1699 ; 

and at the Inner Temple, Nov. 17, 1701. 
BARWELL, SIMON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 1723. Resided 

about a year. 
BARWELL, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Christ's c. 1593; 

B.A. 1595-6; M.A. 1599. Kinsman of Edmund (1563-4). 

R. of Mepal. Cambs., 1396-1606. (Peile, 1. 202.) 

BARWELL, WILLIAM Adm. sizar at Christ's, Easter, 1585. 
Of Rutland. S. of '...Barwell, of Northampton, servant to 
Edw. Griffin, Attomey-Genersil ' and nephew of the Master 
of Christ's. Matric pens. 1586; B.A. 1590-1; M.A. 1594. 
Ord. deacon and priest (Peterb.) 1596. R. of Mepal, Cambs., 
1623. Buried there, Jan. 25, 1625-6. Father of Edmund 
(1625), brother of Edward (1595). (PeUe, t. 187.) 

BARWICK, ABRAHAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 

1620; B.A. 1624-5; M.A. from Emmanuel, 1634. P.C. of 

Stretton Chapel, Penkridge, Stalls., c. 1651-3. (Graduati 

wrongly describes him as fellow of Emmanuel ) 
BARWICK or BARRICK, BENJAMIN. Matric pens, from 

Christ's, c. 1590. 
BARWICKE, BENJAMIN. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, 

Michs. 1613; B.A. from St Catharine's, 1616-7; M.A. 1621. 

Ord. priest (Norwich) Mar. 162 1-2. R. of Colveston and 

Didlington, Norfolk, 1622. R. of W. Tofts, 1628-69. Died 

Mar. 1669-70. 
BARWICK, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 4, 1675. 

Matric. 1676; B.A. 1678-9. Ord. priest (Norwich) Dec. 1681. 

R. of W. Tofts, Norfolk, 1682-1732. Died 1732. 
BARWICK, GEORGE. Matric sizar from King's, Easter, 1643; 

B.A. 1646-7. 
BARWICK, HUMPHREY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, 1594. 

Eld. s. of Peter, yeoman. B. at Sutton in Feliskirk, Yorks. 

School, Thirsk. Matric. c. 1593. (Vis. of Yorks., 1612.) 

BARWICK, JAMES. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1664. Of 
Norwich. 

BARWICK, JOHN. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1599. Of Cumber 
land. 

BARWICK, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 14, 1631, 
age 18. S. of George, of Witherslack, Westmorland, hus- 
bandman. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1631; Scholar; B.A. 
1634-5; M.A. 1638; D.D. i66o (Lit. Reg.). FeUow, 1636-44; 
ejected. B.D. (Oxford) 1646. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 20, 
1640. Chaplain to Bishop Morton of Durham. Canon of 
Durham, 1641. R. of Houghton-le-Spring and Wolsingham, 
1645-61. Chaplain to the King. Imprisoned in the Tower, 
1630-2, on a charge of high treason. Dean of Durham, 1660. 
Canon and Dean of St Paul's, 1661-4. R. of Therlield, Herts., 
1662-4. Benefactor to St John's. Died Oct. 22, 1664. M.I. 
in St Paul's. WiU (P.C.C). Brother of Peter. (Al. Oxon.; 
D.N.B.) 

BARWICK or BERWICK, LANCELOT. Matric. pens, from 
Queens', Lent, 1577-8 (sizar in College). Of Yorks. B.A. 
1581-2. V. of Harewood, Yorks., 1582-1614. Died 1614. 

BARWVCKE, UBIUS. Matric pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1369. 



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Barwick, Nicholas 

BARWICK, NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, at Clarb, Feb. 32, 1632-3. 
Matric. 1633; B.A, 163&-7; M.A. 1640. Ord. deacon (Nor- 
wich) Mar. 9, 1638-9; priest, Dec. 22, 1639. R. of Colton, 
Norfolk. 1638. V. of Easton, 1663-72. R. of W. Tofts, 
1670-82. 

BARWICKE, PETER. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Oct. 12, 
1638. S. of George, husbandman, of Witherslack, West- 
morland. B. there. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1638; B.A. 
1642-3; Scholar; M.A. 1647; M.D. 1655. Fellow, 1643-4. 
F.C.P. 1655. Strenuous royalist. Physician to Charles II, 
1660. Practised in London, where he was one of the few 
doctors who worked through the plague. Censor of the R.C.P. 
•Elect," 1685-91. Brother of Dr John Barwick, whose Life 
he wrote. Died Sept. 4, 1705. {D N.B.; Munk.i. zi^.) 

BARWYCKE, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from St Johu's, Easter, 
X57I. 

BARWYCKE, STEPHEN. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 
1568. One of these names R. of Hadleigh, Essex, 1578. 
Buried there Feb. 25, 1590-1. Admon. (Cons. C. London) 
Apr. 26, I59t. (J. C. Smith.) 

BARWICK, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Michs. 1544; 
previously at Oxford. Of Kendal, Westmorland. S. of Edwin, 
gent. B.A. from Trinity, 1545-6; M.A. 1549; Med. Lie. 1573. 
Fellow of Trinity, 1548-77. V. of Elm, and R. of Emneth, 
Norfolk, 1560. Preb. of Southwold, 1562-80. Practised 
medicine at Bury St Edmunds. Died 1599. Buried at Fom- 
ham All Saints', Suffolk, Aug. 30, 1599. M.I. (PeiU, i. 37; 
Venn, i. 52.) 

BARWICK, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 23, 1557, age 18. Of Carlisle. Matric. 1557-8. Left in 
1559. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 1560. Married a daughter 
of the Bishop of Carlisle. (Harwood.) 

BARWICK, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Nov. 3, 
1577. Of Westhorpe, Suffolk. S. of Richard, gent. School, 
Bury. Matric 1577-8. One of the popish faction in the 
College. {Venn, i. 94.) 

BARWICK, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, July 6, 
1608. Of Clopton, Suffolk. S. of Henry, gent. School, 
Otley. Matric. 1608; Scholar, 1609-12; B.A. 1611-2; M.A. 
1615. Ctod. priest (Norwich) June 4, 1615. R. of Chillesford, 
Suffolk, 1622-34. (Venn, 1. 199.) 

BARWICK, WILLIAM (1485-6), iee BERWICK. 

BARWYCKE, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Nov. 
1546. 

BARWYCKE, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Trinjty, Lent, 
1563-4; B.A. 1567-8; M.A. 1572. Fellow, 1570. 

BARWICK, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1576; B.A. 1579-80; M.A. 1583. Ord. priest (Norwich) 
May 1, 1583. R. of Hitcham, Suffolk, 1585-1620. Died 1620. 

BARWICK, WILLIAM. B.A. from St John's, 1603-4. Of 
Suffolk. M.A. 1607; B.D. from St Catharine's, 1613. Fellow 
of St Catharine's, 1607. R. of Milden, Suffolk, 1611-46; se- 
questered. R. of Nowton, 1615-46. 

BARWICK, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Clare, Michs. 1627; 
B.A. 1630-1; M.A. 1634. Ord. priest (Norwich) Dec. 23, 
1632. One of these names V. of Hemenhale, Norfolk, 1636-44; 
sequestered. 

BARWICK, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age i6) at St John's, 
June 8, 1636. S. of William, clerk, of Milden, Suffolk. B. 
there. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1636; B.A. 1639-40; M.A. 
1643. Fellow, 1 64 1 -4; ejected. 

BARWICK, WILUAM. Adm. at Christ's, May 30, 1674. 
Matric. pens. 1674; B.A. 1677-8. Ord. deacon (York) 
Dec. 1678. {Peile, 11. 53.) 



M.A. 1456-7. 

Scholar at Christ's, 1536-7. 

Scholar at Christ's, 1569-70. 

Adm. Fell. -Com. at Corpus Christi, 1578. 



BARWICK, 

BARWICK, 

BARWICK, 

BARWICK, 

Of Norwich. 
BARWIS, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age i8) at St John's, June 20, 

1631. S. of John, gent., of Waverton, Cumberiand. B. at 

' Hailkelck,' Cumberland. School, Bromfield, Cumberland. 
BARWISE, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 

1575; B.A. 1578-9; M.A. 1582, as Barvis. 
BARWOOO, WILLIAM. Matric. from Emmanuel. Easter, 

1703. 5«« Burwood. 
BARYSFORD, THOMAS. Of St Clement's Hostel. Adminis- 
tration granted (V.C.C.) 1508, to Ralph Barysford, of King's 

Hall; perhaps the Bashford of 1505. 
BASCEW or BASCUE, HUGH. Matric. sizar from Christ's, 

Feb. 1564-5; B.A. 1568-9. 
BASELEY, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Apr. 26, 1682. 

Of Warwickshire. Matric. 1683-4; B.A. 1685-6; M.A. 1690. 

R. of Haceby, Lines., 1704. C. of Swarby. 



Basire, Isaac 

BASELEY, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Mar. 25, 1622. 
Matric 1622. 

BASELEY, WILUAM. Adm. sizar at Clare, Nov. 3, 1699- 
B. at Priors Marston, Warwickshire. Matric. 1699; B.A. 
1703-4; M.A. 1707. 

BASFORD, ED. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1567. 

BASFORD, PETER. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Apr. 5. 1658. 
Matric. 1658; B.A. 1661-2; M.A. 1665. R. of Earl Soham, 
Suffolk, 1672. R. of Blaxhall, 1680. 

BASFORTH, DIONYSIUS. Matric pens, from St John's, 
Michs. 1568. 

BASFORTH, JAMES. B.Civ.L. 1482. Of Coventry and Lichfield 
diocese. Ord. Sub-deacon (Norwich) Dec. 22, 1481; title. 
King's Hall, Cambridge. Probably the same as Barford. 

BASHAM, see aUo BARSHAM. 

BASH AM or BARSHAM, ANDREW. Carmelite friar: priest. 
B.D. 1535. Prior of his order at Cambridge. V. of Gt Bar- 
rington, Gloucester, 1545-53. ' Satis doctvis ' (Bp'sVis., 1551). 
Died before May, 1553. {Cooper, i. 57; F. S. Hockaday.) 

BASHE, EDWARD. Matric. FelL-Com. from Peterhousk, 
Lent, 1579-80. Perhaps s. of Nicholas, of St Margaret's, 
Herts. Succeeded his father there. (Cussans, Herts., 1. 31.) 

BASHE, EDWARD. Matric Fell-Com. from Pkterhouse, 
Michs.1608. S. of Ralph, of Stanstead, Herts., Esq. Knighted, 
1616. M.P. tor Stamford, 1628-9; and for Grantham, 1640. 
Died May 12, 1653; buried at Stanstead. (Cussans, Herts., 
I. 31; Le Neve, Knights.) 

BASHE, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, Michs. 
1639. Of Herts. Probably s. of Sir Edward (above), of Stan- 
stead St Margaret, Herts. Died unmarried, age 24. Buried 
at Stanstead. (Le Neve, K'mgAts ; Cussans, Herts., i. 31.) 

BASH, Sir EDWARD. U.A.i6S2{LU. Reg.). Oneof these names, 
s.and h. of Ralph, late of Stanstead, Herts., K.B., was adm. 
at Gray's Inn, Aug. 5, 1670. He matric. at St John's, Oxford, 
asBaeshe, May 28, 1668, age 15. Knighted, 1671. He is called 
'Baronet' in the Graduati. Sold the Stanstead estate, 1676. 
Living, 1698. {{Al. Oxon.; Cussans, i. 31.) 

BASHE, RALPH. Matric. Fell-Com. from Peterhouse, Easter, 
1588. Probably s. of Edward, of Stanstead Abbotts, Herts., 
^q. DiedMay 8, 1598. Brother of William. (Cussans, i. 31.) 

BASHE, RALPH. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, Michs. 
1639. Of Herts. Probably s. of Edward, of Stanstead St 
Margaret, Herts. K.B. 1661. Buried at Stanstead. Will 
proved, 1664. {Cussans, i, 31.) 

BASHE, WILLIAM. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Peterhouse, 
Easter, 1588. Probably s. of Edward, of Stanstead Abbotts, 
Herts. 'Drowned under London Bridge.' {Cussans, 1. 31.) 

BASHFORD, . Scholar at King's Hall, 1505-8. 

BASIE, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Pembroke, Easter, 1604. 

BASILL, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 8, 1658. Of 
Devonshire. One of these names R. of Lustleigh, Devon; 
father of the next. 

BASIL, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Caius, 1683. S. of 
Edward, R. of Lustleigh, Devon. School, Chudieigh. Matric 
1683-4; Scholar, 1683-8; B.A. 1686-7; M.A. 1692. Incorp. 
at Oxford, 1692. R. of Powderham, Devon, 1691-7. Will 
(Exeter) 1697. {Venn, 1. 473.) 

BASIL, MARTIN. B.A. from Pembroke, 1601-2. 

BASIL, BIARTIN. Matric. FeU.-Com. from St Catharine's, 
Easter, 1631. S. and h. of Martin, of City of London, Esq. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, July 23, 1632. 

BASIRE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, May 11, 
1665. S. of Isaac (1635), D.D., Archdeacon of Northumber- 
land, next. B. at Eaglesclifi, Durham. School, West- 
minster. Matric. 1665, as 'Braiser'; B.A. 1668-9; M.A. 1672. 
Fellow, 1669. R. of Boldon, Durham, 1675-91. Buried at 
Boldon, Mar. 18, 1690-1. Brother of Isaac (1664) and Peter 
(1665). 

BASIRE, ISAAC. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, Easter, 1635, 
as M.A. of Leyden. B.at Rouen in Normandy, 1607. Studied 
at Rotterdam and Leyden. B.D. 1635; D.D. 1640. Incorp. 
at Oxford, 1640. Ordained by Bishop Morton, who made 
him his chaplain, and whom he accompanied to Durham. 
R. of Eaglescliffe, Durham, 1636; sequestered, 1646; 
restored, 1660-72. Canon of Durham, 1643. Ardideacon 
of Northumberland and R. of Howick, 1644-76. R. of 
Stanhope, 1645. Retired to Oxford, 1646, where he was 
chaplain to the King. For some years he travelled widely on 
the Continent. Restored to his preferments, 1660. Died 
Oct.12,1676. M.I. in Durham Cathedral. Author, theologicaL 
Father of Charles, above, Peter(i665), Isaac, next. {D.N.B.; 
Le Neve, Man., iv. 171.) 



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Basire, Isaac 

BASIRE, ISAAC Adm. pens, (age ao) at St John's, July 5, 
1664. S. of Isaac, D.D., Archdeacon of Northumberland 
above. B. at Eaglescliffe, Durham. Bapt. Nov. 23, 
1643. School, Westminster. LL.B. 1669; LL.D. 1684. Adm. 
at Gray's Inn, June 21, 1664. Barrister, 1671. Ancient, 
1687. OflScial of Archdeaconry of Northumberland. Married, 
as 4th husband, July 4, 1672, Lady Elizabeth Burton, dau. 
of Bishop Cosin. Brotherof Charles (1665) and Peter (1663). 
(H. M. Wood.) 

BASIRE, PETER. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 13, 1665. 
S. of Isaac, D.D., Archdeacon of Northumberland. B. in 
EKirham. Became a Roman Catholic. Brother of Charles 
(1665) and Isaac (1664). 

BASKERVILLE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Clare, July 4, 1694. 
Of London. Matric. 1695; B.A. 1698-9. 

BASKERVILLE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 12, 
1658. Of Lanes. S. of Thomas, of Manchester. Bapt. at 
Wakefield, Apr. 4, 1641. School, Wakefield. Matric. 1658; 
B.A. 1661-2; M.A. 1665; B.D. 1677. V. of Rastrick, Yorks., 
1666-72. Headmaster of Hipperholme, 1666-70^ of Drigh- 
lington, 1670-2; and of Wakefield, 1672-81. Died May 15, 
1681. Buried at Wakefield. M.I. (M. H. Peacock.) 

BASKERVYLE, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at St John's, 
Oct. 10, 1724. S. of John, gent., of Cheshire. B. at Withing- 
ton. Scjiool, Stockport. Matric 1724; M.A. 1728 (Com. /?«£.). 
Of Old Withington, Cheshire. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Apr. 16, 1728. Assumed the name Glegg. Died Jan. 19, 
1784. M.I. at Goosetrey. {Scott-Mayor, in. 376.) 

BASKERVILLE, RANDOLPH. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Apr. 9, 1681. School, Merchant Taylors', Matric 1684; 
B.A. 1684-5. Incorp. at Oxford, 1686. M.A. (Oxford) 1687. 

BASKET, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, June 10, 
1732. S. of Samuel (1699-1700). B. at Blandford, Dorset. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. 1732; B.A. 1735-6; M.A. 1739. 
Ord. priest (London) May 28, 1738. R. of Dxmsby, Lines., 
1740-1801. Died at Blandford, Aug. 8, 1801. Brother of 
Kingsman and Samuel (1735). (Scott-Mayor, in. 444.) 

BASKETT, KINGSBAAN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St John's, 
Apr. 21, 1740. S. of Samuel (1700), former fellow of the 
College, V. of Shapwick, Dorset. B. at Shapwick. School, 
Wimbome. Matric. 1740; B.A. 1743-4; M.A. 1747. Fellow, 
1747-55. Ord. deacon (Ely) Apr. 1748; priest, Jime 4, 1750. 
V. of Fenstanton, Hunts., 1750-70. Headmaster of Pock- 
lington School, 1754-1807. R. of Routh, Yorks., 1769-1807. 
V. of E. Wickham, Lines. (?), 1781-1807. Died Apr. 11, 
1807. Buried at Pocklington. {Scott-Mayor, in. 504.) 

BASKET, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, Feb. 10, 
1699-1700. S. of Thomas, grocer, alderman of Salisbury. B. 
at t>orchester. School, Dorchester. Matric. 1700; B.A. , 
1703-4. Fellow, 1707-8. Ord. deacon (Ely) Feb. 29, 1707-8. 
V. of Shapwick, Etorset, 1713-30. R. of Win terbome Thomp- 
son, 1713-5. R. of Tarrant Keynston. R. of Overmoyne, 
1730. Married Elizabeth Kingsman. Died Dec. 20, 1760. 
Father of Kingsman, above, Samuel (next) and John (1732). 
{Hutchins, iii. 170.) 

BASKETT, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 26, 1735. 
B.A. of Christ Church, Oxford. S. of Samuel (above), of St 
Thomas's, SaJisbury, former fellow of St John's. School, 
Charterhouse. Matric. at Oxford, Oct. 16, 1728, age 18; B.A, 
at Oxford, 1732. V. of Shapwick, Dorset, 1734-93. V. 
of Combe Keynes, 1744-50. R. of Broadmayne, 1753-93. 
Died Feb. 23, 1793. Buried at Shapwick. M.L WU1(P.C.C.). 
{ScoU-Mayor, iii. 469; H. G. Harrison.) 

BASKET, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pkterhouse, 
June 36, 1733. S. of Samuel, R. of Winterboume-Tomson, 
Dorset. School, Winterboume. Scholar, 1735. Buried at 
Little St Mary's, Cambridge, Dec. 11, 1733. {T.A. Walker, 
271.) 

BASLOW, ROBERT. B.A. 1525-6; M.A. 1539-30. 

BASNAGE or BANAGE, BENJAMIN. Adm. sizar at Em- 
manuel, Mar. 10, i59a-3. Matric. c. 1593; B.A, 1596-7. 

BASNAGE, DANIEL. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, Oct. 12, 
1592. S. of Nicholas, preacher of the French church, Nor- 
wich. B. in London. School, Norwich. Brother of David 
(1610). {Venn, 1. 209.) 

BASNAGE or BANAGE, DAVID. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Caius, 
Oct. 10, 1610. S. of Nicholas, clerk, preacher at the French 
church at Norwich. B. in Norwich. School, Norwich. 
Matric. x6ii. Brother of Daniel (1392). 

BASNET, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Juim 33, 
1700. S. of John, husbandman. B. at Weaverham, Chnbire. 
School, Chester. Matric 1700. 

BASNETT, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May z, 1644. 
S. of Thomas, of Coventry. B.A. 1647-8 : M.A. 1651 (linoorp. 
from Oxford). M.A. (Oxford) 1649. FeUow of St John's, 
Oxford, 1649; sub-warden, 1652. Minister at Coventry: 
ejected, 1662. Will dated 1666. {Al. Oxon.; Calamy, 11. 483.) 



feAssET, John 

BASPOLE, UONEU Matrk. pens, from Pembroke, Michs. 

1567. One of these names, of Norfolk, adm. at Lincoln's 

Inn, May 14, 1574; from Fumivall's Inn. 

BASPOULL, W. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1570. 

BASSE, HUMPHREY. Adm. FelL-Com. at Emmaniwl, July a, 
1614. 

BASSE, JOHN. B.A. 1546-7. Probably of Christ's. One of 

these names R. of Stanfield, Norfolk, 1556. 
BASSE, JOHN. Adm. at Clare, Sept. 12, 1706. B. at Bren- 

tingby, Leics. School, Oakham. Matric 1707; B.A. 1710-1; 

M.A. 1715. Fellow, 1714-6- Ord. deacon (Peterb.) May 26, 

1711. 

BASSE, THOMAS. B.A. 1513-4; M.A. 1516. Of Gransden, 
Cambs. Fellow of Pembroke, 1515. Ord. priest (Lincoln) 
Dec. 33, 1514. R. of Martlesham, Suffolk, c. 1540. 

BASSE, WILLIAM. B.A. 1509-10. One of these names R. of 
Bromley Parva, Essex, 1568 79. Died 1579. 

BASSE, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Petbrhouse, c. 1596. 

BASSE or BASE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Mar. 31, 

1629. Of Suffolk. B.A. 1633-3; M.A. 1636. Ord. deacon 

(Norwich) Feb. 15, 1634-5. 
BASS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Queens', June 16, 1699. Of 

Leicestershire. Matric. 1699; B.A. 1702-3. One of these 

names, of Melton Mowbray, derk, married, Jan. 18, 1703-4. 

(Nichols, m. 398.) 
BASSE, . B.av.L. 1496-7. 

BASSALL, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 1602; 

B.A. 1606-7; M.A. 1610, as Bossall. 
BASSANO, DANIEL. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1609; 

B.A. 1612-3. One of these names, of Hoxton, Middlesex, 

adm. at the Inner Temple, 1612. Barrister, 1623. 
BASSELL, ISAAC. B.A. from Clare, 1619-20; M.A. 1623. 

R. of Freston, Suffolk, 1627. 
BASSELL, WILLIAM. Matric sizar from Pembroke, Lent, 

1588-9. 

BASSETT, CHARLES. Adm. at Pembroke, July 10, 1676. 
M.A. 1677. S. of John, of Tehidy Park, ComwaU. Matric. 
at Exeter College, Oxford, Dec. 9, 1670, age 16; B.A. 
from St Alban Hall, Oxford, 1674. V. of Launcelles, Corn- 
wall, 1682, of Camborne, 1684. R. of Illogan, Cornwall, 
1684. Died Sept. 1709. (Al. Oxon.; Burke, L.G.) 

BASSET, EDWARD. B.A. 1498-9; M.A. 1502. One of these 
names preb. of Southwell, 1500-38. R. of East Markham. 
Notte. 

BASSETT, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 

1546. One of these names adm. at Gray's Inn, 1553. 
BASSET, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Sx John's, Easter, 

1587. 
BASSETT, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Trinity, July 5, 

1695. S. of Thomas, bookseller. B. in London. School, 

Charterhouse. Matric. 1695; Scholar, 1697; B.A. 1698-9; 

M.A. 1704; LL.D. 1738 (Lit. Reg.). R. of Horseheath, 

Cambs., 1709-32. R. of Balsham, 1732-49. Died Jan. 1748- 

9. Buried at Balsham. 
BASSET, FRANCIS. B.A. 1525-6; M.A, 1529. FeUow of Jesus, 

1528-C. 1334. One of these names adm. at Gray's Inn, . 

1532- 
BASSET, FRANCIS. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at Pembroke, 

June 5, 1693. S. of Francis, of Tehidy, Cornwall, Esq. 

M.P. for Michael, Cornwall, 1702. Died Dec. 11, 1721. 

(Burke, Ext. Bart.; L.G.) 
BASSETT, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Mar. i, 1710-x. 

Of Suffolk. B. 1689. Matric. 1710-1; B.A. 1714-3; M.A. 

1718. Ord. deacon (Ely) Mar. 17, 1716-7 (Lift. dim. from 

Norwich). 

BASSETT, FULKE. Matric pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1612. 

Probably s. of Walter and Sconsolata, dau. of Sir Fulke 

Greville, Knt. (Shaw, u. 12.) 
BASSET, GE Matric. pens, from St Clement's Hostel, Easter, 

1544- 
BASSET, GREGORY. B.D. 1332-3. One of these names patron 

of Bradwell, Coggesliall, Essex. Died c. 1542. (J. C. Smith.) 

BASSETT, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Christ's, Nov. 19, 
1714. S. of Joseph. B. at Eaton, Beds. School, Hunting- 
don. Matric. 1713; Scholar, 171b; B.A. 1718-9. Ord. deacon 
i Lincoln) Mar. 5, 1720-1. C. of Thurleigh, Beds. C of 
(oxton, 1721. (Peile, 11. 185.) 

BASSET, JOHN. B.A. 1481-3; M.A. 1485. Probably of Kino's 
Hall. Proctor, 1487-8, V. of Long Stanton All SainU, 
Cambs., 1491. 

BASSBT, JOHN. Pens, in residence at Queens', 1331. One of 
these names adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 6, 1334-3. 



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BASSET, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Easter, 1567. 

BASSET, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Pembroke, Apr. 23, 
1677. S. of William, of Lynn, chemist. Matric. 1677; B.A. 
1680-1; M.A. 1684. Fellow, 1683. Ord. deacon and priest 
(Norwich) Nov. 1688. V. of Orton-on-the-Hill, Leics., 1694- 
1705. R. of Heydon, Norfolk, 1700-5; also R. of Irming- 
land. Died Sept. 2; 1705. M.I. Will proved (Norwich). 

BASSET, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Peterhouse, Apr. 2, 
1679. Of London. School, Eynesbury, Hunts, (private). 
Perhaps matric. from St Catharine's, 1681; B.A. from 
Peterhouse, 1682-3. Ord. priest (Lincoln) Dec. 24, 1682; 
C. of Bolnhurst, Beds. V. of Eaton Socon, 1686. 

BASSET, JOSHUA. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, Oct. 13, 1657. 

S. of John, merchant, of Lynn. School, Lynn. Matric. 1657; 

Scholar, 1657-65; B.A. 1661-2; M.A. 1665; B.D. 1672. 

Fellow, 1665-89. University Preacher, 1674. Ord. deacon 

(Norwich) 1663; priest (Lincoln) 1666. Appointed, as a 

Romanist, Master of Sidney, by James II, Dec. 1686; 

removed Dec. i, 1688. Said to have died in London, c. 1720, 

in great poverty. Author of various controversial works. 

(Venn, i. 400; D.N.B.) 
BASSET, JOSIAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse, July i, 

1654. Of Warwickshire. School, Coventry. Matric. 1655. 

Migrated to Pembroke, July 4, 1657. Ejected from ExhaU, 

Warwickshire, 1662. Afterwards kept school in London. 

Pastor at Woolwich. Died 1695. (Calamy, 11. 486.) 
BASSET, MARTIN. B.A. 1525-6; M.A. 1529. V. of St Clement's, 

Cambridge, 1531-46. Occupied chambers in Jesus College. 

(A. Gray.) 
BASSET, RALPH. Adm. sizar (age x8) at Magdalene, June 2, 

1718. S. of William (1682), clerk, V. of Glentworth, Lines. 

School, Kirton. Matric. 1719; B.A. 1721-2; M.A. 1731. 

Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 23, 1722; priest, Dec. 20, 1724. 

V. of Gt Corringham, Lines., 1724-40. Buried Nov. 17, 

1740. Brotherof William, 1722. (Lines. Pedigrees.) 
BASSET, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at Jesus, June 21, 1711, 

age 18. S. of Thomas, R. of Gratwicb, Stafite. Matric. 171 1; 

B.A. 1715-6. Ord. deacon (Ely) May 27, 1716. R. of Grat- 

wich. Staffs., till 1761. Died 1761. (A. Gray.) 

BASSET, ROGER. 'King's scholar' at Cambridge, 1328-32. 

BASSET, ROGER. Scholar at King's Hall, 1383. Left in 
1398. Probably R. of St Dunstan in the East, London, 1401-2. 
LL.D. V. of West Tarring, Sussex, 1402. Preb. of Sarum, 
1413-6. Treasurer of St David's, 1398-1416. Died Sept. 1416. 
WillatP.C.C. (Hennessy.) 

BASSET, STEPHEN. Matric. pens, from Christ's, July, 1620; 
B.A. 1623-4; M.A. 1627. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Sept. 25, 1629. 
Probably R. of Bumham Sutton w. Overy, Norfolk, 1635- 
64. V. of Hough ton-next-Harpley, till 1661. R. of Sandring- 
hamwithBabingley, 1660. Died 1664. Will proved (Norwich) 
1664. (Peile, 1. 334.) 

BASSETT, THOMAS. Matric. from King's, Easter, 1614. One 
of these names, s. of James, of Tehidy, Cornwall, Esq.; 
adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 4, 1615-6. Royalist Major- 
General. Knighted at Crediton, Devon, July 30, 1644. 

BASSETT, WILLIAM. Proctor, or master, of God's House 
(afterwards Christ's College) in 1468. B.A. 1454-5; M.A. 
1459. V. of Helpstone, Northants., 1465 ; and Fen Drayton, 
Cambs., X475-95- R. of Boxworth, 1486-^95 (presented by 
God's House). Benefactor to St Catharine's. (Peile, i. 2; 
Hist, of Cath. p. 36.) 

BASSETT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, Jan. 15, 
1626-7. S. of Martin. B. at Colchester. School, Colchester. 
Matric. Lent, 1626-7. Perhaps M.P. for Bath, 1640. 
(PeiU, I. 379) 

BASSETT, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 
1628. (S«« Bussert.) 

BASSET, WILLIAM. M.A. 1675 (LU. Reg.). One of these 
names R. of North Kilworth, Leics., 1666-1701. Died Mar. 
2 1 , 1 70 1 , aged 60. For an Oxford contemporary see A I. Oxon. 
And D.N.B. 

BASSET, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Jesus, May 19, 1682. Of 
Yorks. Matric. 1682; B.A. 1685-6. Ord. priest (York) 
Dec. 22, 1689. V. of Glentworth, Lines., 1696-1725. V. of 
Harpswell, 1696. V. of Toft, 1719-29. Died May 10, 1729, 
aged 66. Father of Ralph (1718) and of WUliam (1722). 
(Lines. Pedigrees.) 

BASSET, WILLIAM. M.D. from Pembroke, 1687. 

BASSET, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Magdalene, 
Mar. 28, 1722. S. of William, V. of Glentworth, Lines. 
(1682). Matric. 1723; B.A. 1726-7. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
June 5, 1726; priest, Sept. 21, 1729. V. of Glentworth, 
1729-65. Archdeaconof Stow, 1751-65. Buried July 13, 1765. 
Brother of Ralph (1718). (LiTies. Pedigrees.) (For a contem- 
porary seeAl .Oxon.) 



Batchelor, Edward 

BASSET, . B.A. 1469-70. A Walter Basset was R. of 

Bartlow, Cambs., 1469. 

BASSET, . B.D. c. 1478. 

BASSET, . B.A. 1521-2. 

BASSINGTHWAITE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, 
Lent, 1580-1. B. at Thetford, Norfolk. B.A. 1585-6. Ord. 
deacon and priest (London) May 22, 1608, as 'James,' 
age 40. V. of Darenth, Kent, 1608-27. Died 1627. 

BASTARD, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at Caius, Mar. 27, 1582, 
age 15. 2nd s. of Francis, gent. B. at West Winch, Norfolk. 
Schools, Wisbech and Cambridge. Matric. 1582. Brother of 
Leonard (1567). 

BASTARD, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, June 24, 
1645. S. of Henry, of Gt Dunham, Norfolk. Schools, Lynn, 
Cantley and Norwich. Matric. 1645. Of Mileham, gent. 
Will proved (Norwich) 1716. Brotherof John (1645). (Venn, 
I. 358.) 

BASTARD, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, June 24, 
1645. S. of Henry, of Gt Dunham, Norfolk. Schools, Lynn, 
Cantley and Norwich. Matric. 1645; Scholar, 1645-9; 
B.A. 1648-9; M.A. from Trinity Hall, 1652. Ord. deacon 
(Chichester) Sept. 21; priest, Sept. 24, 1660. R. of Stow- 
Bardolph, Norfolk, 1661-9. R. of Brancaster, 1667. Brother 
of Henry (1645) above. (Venn, 1. 358.) 

BASTARD, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, July 1, 
1671. S. of Otho. B. at Exeter. School, Exeter. Matric. 
1674; B.A. 1674-5; M.A. 1678. Probably V. of Ashburton, 
Devon. Will proved (Exeter) 1720. 

BASTARD, LEONARD. Adm. pens, (age 14) at Caius, Oct. 25, 
1567. B. at Lynn. S. and h. of Francis, of West Winch, 
Norfolk, Esq. School, Norwich. Matric. 1567; Scholar in 
1572; B.A. 1572-3. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Feb. 16, 
1576. Buried Apr. 1, 1612. (Venn, i. 61.) 

BASTARDE, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 
1551- 

BASTARDE, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from St Catharine's, 
Easter, 1546 (imputes); B.A. 1550-1. One of these names, 
'B.D.,' preb. of Worcester, 1557-84. 

BASTER, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1617; 
B.A. 1620-1; M.A. 1624. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Oct. 22, 
1625; priest, Sept. 25, 1626. 

BASTON, RICHARD. M.A. Fellow of Michaelhouse. Licensed 
to celebrate there. May 12, 1397. V. of Oakington, Cambs., 
1407. (Ely Register.) 

BASTWICK, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 19, 1614. 
B. at Writtle, Essex, 1593. Studied at Leyden. M.D. of 
Padua, 1622. Adm. Extra-licentiate R.C.P. 1625; licentiate, 
1627. Practised in Colchester and London. Puritan political 
suflEerer; released 1640. Captain, Leicester Trained Bands, 
1642. Buried Oct. 6, 1654. (D.N.B.; Munk, 1. 189). 

BASTWICK, JOHN. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 1651, 
as Bostwicke. Of Essex. Migrated to Trinity, Apr. 16, 
1653; B.A. 1656. Perhaps ejected from Gt Parndon, Essex, 
1662. (David's Essex, p. 439.) According to Al. Oxon. the 
ejected rector was an Oxford contemporary. 

BATCH, see BACHE. 

BATCHCROFT, FRANCIS. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at Caius, 
May 3, 1634. S. of Richard, Esq. B. at Bexwell, Norfolk. 
School, Thetford. Matric. 1634. Of Bexwell, Esq. Nephew of 
the Master, and brother of James (1636) next. Died Nov. 13, 
1658. M.I. at Bexwell. (Venn, 1. 312.) 

BATCHCROFT, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Apr. 25, 
1636. S. of Richard, Esq. B. at Bexwell, Norfolk. School, 
Thetford. Matric. 1636. Brother of Francis, above. Died 
1653- (Venn, i. 321.) 

BACHCROFT, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 15, 
1621-2. Matric. 1622. Perhaps s. and h. of Richard, of 
Norfolk, Esq.; adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 20, 1623. (Vis. 
of Norf.) 

BATCHCROFT, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, 
Mar. 10, 1589-90. S. of Thomas, of Bexwell, Norfolk. 
School, Ely. Scholar, 1590-5; B.A. 1593-4; M.A. 1597; 
D.D. 1628. Fellow, 1595. Ord. deacon and priest (Peterb.) 
Feb. 9, 1616-7. Master, 1626-49 (ejected); reelected May 11, 
1660; resigned Dec. 1. Retired, during the Interregnum, to 
his property at Wangford, Suffolk. Will proved (P.C.C.) 
Jan. 27, 1662-3. Benefactor to the College. (Venn, i. 139.) 

BACHECROFT or BAYSCROFT, . B.Can.L. 1508-9. 

BATCHELOR, DANIEL. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 
Oct. 7, 1644. S. of William, Merchant Tailor, deceased. 
School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. 1644; B.A. 1647-8; 
M.A. 1654. R. of St Anne's, Aldersgate, 1656-62. 

BACHELOR, EDWARD. B.A. from Trinity, 1586-7. Edmiud 
Bachelor, V. of Dunton, Beds., 1590. 



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BACHILER, EUAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar fnnn Eton, 

Aug. 19, 1637, age 16. Of London. Matric. 1657; B.A. 1661; 

M.A. 1665. Fellow, 1660-72. Taxor, 1669. Ord. deacon 

(Ely) Sept. 24, 1664; priest (London) June, 1667. V. of 

Stogursey, Somerset, 1671-87. Died 1687. 
BACHILOR, GREGORY. Adm. pens, (age 14) at Caius, Jan. 31, 

i578-;9. S. of Edward, R. of Garveston, Norfolk. School, 

Hardingham. Matric. 1578-9; Scholar, till 1586; B.A. 

1582-3; M.A. 1586. Ord. priest (Norwich) June 17, 1587. 

R. of TTiuxton, Norfolk, 1587. Buried at Garveston, Oct. 4, 

1647. (Venn, 1. 100.) 
BATCHELOR, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, June 23, 1632. 

Of Oxfordshire. Matric. 1632; B.A. 1635-6; M.A. 1639. 

Fellow of Eton College, Sept. 1647. Ejected, 1662, according 

to Calamy (i. 235). Perhaps the Puritan minister of Lewisham, 

Kent, 1642-60. 
BATCHLER, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, Apr. 19, 

1706. S. of George, of Ripon, Yorks. School, Ripon. Matric. 

1706; B.A. 1709-10; M.A. 1713. Incorp. at Oxford, 1712. 

Ord. priest (Lincoln) Sept. 22, 171 1. V. of Hitchenden, 

Bucks., 1713. R.of BowBrickhill, 1719. R. of Radnage, 1725. 
BATCHELOR, JOHN. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1710. Of 

Kent. Matnc. 1710; M.B. 1715. 
BATCHELOR, LEONARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, 

Oct. 13, 1719. S. of Thomas (1681), LL.B., of Norwich. B. 

there. School, Norwich. Scholar, 1719-25; Matric. 1720; B.A. 

1724-5. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Oct. 25, 1722. I*ur- 

chased an estate at Horstead, Norfolk. Died Dec. 27, 1757. 

Buried at Horstead. (Venn, 11. 12.) 
BATCHILLER, PAUL. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, 

Oct. 31, 1694. S. of Paul, linen draper. B. at Salisbury. 

School, Salisbury. Matric. 1695; B.A. 1699-1700; M.A. 1718. 

Ord. priest (London) Dec. 20, 1702. R. of Storrington, 

Sussex, 1721-33. Father of the next. 
BATCHELLER, PAUL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St John's, 

June 28, 1728. S. of Paul, clerk, R. of Storrington, Sussex, 

above. B. in London. Educated at home. Matric. 1728; 

B.A. 1731-2; M.A. 1735. Ord. deacon (Chichester) May 20; 

priest, Nov. II, 1733. R. of Storrington, 1733-59. R. of 

Pulborough, 1736-59. Chaplain to the Earl of Scarborough. 

One of these names R. of Walsoken, Norfolk, 1733-42. 

(Scott-Mayor, iii. 417.) For a contemporary see Al. Oxon. 
BACHELOR, ROBERT. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 

Aug. 12, 1524, age 18. Of Amersham, Bucks. Fellow, 1527-9. 

Conduct of the College, 1530-45. 
BATCHELOR, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Apr. 12, 1727. 

Of Notts. Matric. 1727; B.A. 1730-1; Scholar. Ord. priest 

(Lincoln) June 5, 1737. 
BATCHELOR, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse, 

May 17, 1681. Of Norfolk. School, Norwich. Matric. 1681; 

Scholar, 1684; LL.B. 1686. 43 years Proctor in the Con- 

sbtory Court of Norwich. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 18, 

1686. Died July 18, 1729. Buried in Norwich Cathedral. 

Father of Leonard (1719). (T. A. Walker, 168.) 
BACHELOR, WILLIAH Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1384. 
BATCHELOR, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, 

May 24, 1681. S. of John, yeoman, of Kent. School, Maid- 
stone. Matric. 1681; B.A. 1684-5; M.A. 1689. R. of Milstead, 

Kent, 1688-1748. R. of Frinsted, 1724-8. Died 1747-8. 
BATCHELOR, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Petkrhouse, 

May 20, 1748. Of Somerset. Matric. 1748; Scholar, 1748; 

B.A. I75J-3- 
BATCOMBE, WILLIAM. B.Can.L. 1458-9. V. of Holy Trinity, 

Cambridge, 1471-87. Will (P.CC.) 1487. 
BATCOMB, . M.A. 1465-6. Probably Thomas, rector of 

Knapwell, Cambs., 1489. Will (P.CC.) 1496. 
BATE, ABRAHAM. Matric. sizar from St John's, Lent, 1620-1. 

Ord. deacon (Peterb.) July 12, 1623; priest, Sept. 25, 1625. 

R. of S. Witham, Lines., 1635. 
BATE, CHAMBERS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, Nov. i i, 

1741. S. of William, Esq., of Fosten, Derbs. B. at Fosten. 

School, Oakham, Rutland. Matric. 1741. Afterwards Fell.- 

Com. M.A. 1754 (Lit. Reg.). Adm. at the Inner Temple, 

Jan. 18, 1742-3- 

BATE, EDWARD (1^71), see BATT. 

BATE or BATES, ELIAS. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, 
Lent, 1597-8. Of Norfolk. B.A. 1601-2; M.A. 1605. Fellow, 
160S-IJ. Incorp. at Oxford, 1606. Ord. priest (Norwich) 
1615. V. of Corpusty, Norfolk, 1615; of W. Barsham, 1616. 
R. of Raynbam St Martin, 1617; of Colkirk St Mary, 1623. 

BATE or BAYTE, GEORGE. Matric pens, from Christ's, 
May, 1549; B.A. 1552-3, as Bates. 

BATE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 31, 1592-3. 
S. of HIaize, Master of the Custom House at Hull. Matric. 
(. 1393; Scholar; B.A. 1596-7; M.A. 1600. Incorp. at Oxford, 



Bate, Robert 

1603. Canon of York, 1605. R. of Aston, Yorks., 1605-31. 
R. of Rawmarsh, 1628-36. Father of Seth and of Henry 
(1628). 

BATE, HENRY. Matric pens, from Christ's, July, 1628. S. of 
Henry above. Perhaps V. of Retford. (Hunter, S. Yorhs., 
II. 167.) 

BAYTE or BATE, JAMES (1582), see BATT. 

BATE, JAMES. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1720. S. of Richard. 
V. of Chilham, Kent. B.atBoughtonMalherbe, 1703. School, 
King's, Canterbury. Matric. 1720; B.A. 1722-3; M.A. from 
St Johii's, 1727. Fellow of St John's, 1726-33 (pre-elected 
at Corpus Christi, but not admitted). Moderator, 1730. 
Taxor, 1731. Ord. deacon (Ely) Dec. 18, 1726; priest, June 
I, 1729. R. of St Paul's, Eteptford, 1731-75. Died Sept. 3, 
1775. Buried at Deptford. Author, classical and theo- 
logical. Brother of Julius (1727) and John (1727). (Scott- 
Mayor, 111. 408; D.N.B.) 

BATE, JOHN. Scholar of Queens', 1511-3. 

BATE, JOHN. Matric sizar from Christ's, Easter, 1558. B. at 
Hether, Lines. Scholar of Queens'. B.A. 1561-2. Ord. 
deacon (London) Aug. 24, 1563. 

BATE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1584; B.A. 
1588-9. 

BATE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Easter, 1586. 

BATE, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 14) at Caius, Apr. 22, 1653. 

S. of Hippolytus, shoemaker. B. at Stamford, Lines. School, 

Stamford. Matric. 1653; Scholar, 1653-9; B.k. 1656-7; M.A. 

1660. Fellow, 1659-64. Ord. deacon and priest (Lichfield) 

Feb. 12, 1661-2. (Venn, i. 387.) 
BATE, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, July 3, 1727. 

S. of Richard ( 1 704) , of Kent, V. of Chilham. B. at Boughton 

Malherbe. School, Sutton Valence. Matric. 1727; B.A. 

1730-1; M.A. 1742. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Feb. 18, 1732-3; 

priest (Winchester) Mar. 30, 1736. Succeeded his father as 

R. of Warehome, Kent, 1737-61. Died Oct. 22, 1761. 

Brother of James (1720) and Julius (1727). (Scott-Mayor, in. 

408.) 
BATE, JOHN NATHANIEL Adm. sizar at Jesus, Apr. 2, 1715. 

S. of Nathaniel, of Mansfield, Notts. Matric 1715-6; 

Scholar; B.A. 1718-9; M.A. 1723. Incorp. at Oxford, 

1723. Ord. priest (Norwich) Sept. 1722. C. of Wilford, Notts. 

Probably lecturer of St Mary's, Nottingham. (A. Gray.) 
BATE, JULIUS. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 3, 1727, age 17. 

S. of Richard (1704). V. of Chilham, Kent. B. at Boughton 

Malherbe, Kent. School, Sutton Valence. Matric 1727; 

B.A. 1730-1; M.A. 1742. Ord. deacon (London) June 9, 

1734; pnest (St David's) Nov. 2, 1735. R. of Sutton, Sussex, 

i735-7r- R- of Clapham, Sussex, 1742-71. Died 1771. 

Buried in Arundel Church. Hutchinsonian Divine. Author, 

Critica Hdiraica. Brother of James (1720) and John (1727). 

(D.N.B. ; Scott-Mayor, in. 408; H. G. Harrison.) 
BATE, NATHANIEL Matric. pens, from St John's, c. 1596; 

B.A. 1600-1. Perhaps s. of Robert of LitUe Chester. Will 

proved Sept. 6, 1647. (Misc. Gen. et Her. 11. 488.) 
BATE, NICHOLAS. Matric pens, from Corpus Christi, Easter, 

1573; B.A. 1576-7; M.A. 1580. Fellow, 1579-88. Ord. 

priest (Peterb.) Mar. 5, 1586-7. Preb. of Norwich, 1587. 

V. of Swafiham, Norfolk, 1589. 
BAYTE, OSWOLD. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, i<i48. 

BATE, RALPH. B.A. from Christ's, 1603; M.A. 1607. Probably 
V. of All Saints', Newton, Lanes., 1609-15; or V. of Flitwick, 
Beds., 1605-19. 

BATE, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Apr. 19, 1613. 
Matric. 1613. 

BATE, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Magdalene, June 10, 
1668. S. of Richard, of W. Broughton, Derbs. School, 
Longstone (private). Matric. 1668; B.A. 1671-2; M.A. 1675. 
C. of Linton, Cambs., 1674. Perhaps V. of Belchamp Walter, 
Essex, 1679-80. Died 1680. (Misc.Gen.et Her. <{thS.l. 192.) 

BATE, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, July s, 
1704. S. of Stephen, of Horsmonden, Kent. B. there. 
School, Westminster. Matric. 1704; Scholar, 1705; B.A. 
1707-8; M.A. from Peterhouse, 1711. Fellow of Peterhouse, 
1710-5. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 14, 1712. Perhaps 
Master of Ashford Graiamar School, 1713-49. R. of 
Boughton Aluph, Kent, 1731-49. V. of Chilham. R.of Ware- 
home. Diedx749. Father of John (1727). (T.A. Walk*r,a24.) 

BATE, RICHARD. M.A. from Corpus Christi, 1720. S. of 
Richard, of Kinver, SUfis. Matric. (Pembroke College, 
Oxford) Mar. 37, 1697, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1700-1. 
(A I. Oxtm.) 

BATE, ROBERT. B.A. from Trinity, i5?7-8; M.A. 1601. R. of 
W. Winch, Norfolk. V. of Stow Bardofph, 1606-1607. Buried 
there, Oct. 13, 1631. Will proved (Norwich) 1631. Father 
of Thomas (1629-30). 



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Bate, Samuel 

BATE, SAMUEL. Matric sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1605. 
BATE, SETH. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1628. S. of 

Henry (1592-3). R- of Aston. B.A. 1631-2; M.A. 1635. 
BATE, THOMAS. B.A. 1524-5- Scholar at Queens', 1521-5. 
BATE, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, Aug. 25, 
1578. age 16. Of London. Matric. 1578; B.A. 1582-3, as 
Bates. Fellow, 1581-3. Student at Fumival's Inn (adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 15, 1584-5). Perhaps subscribed for 
deacon's orders (Lincoln) May 7, 1587. (Harwood.) 
BATE, THOMAS. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 18) at Christ's, Mar. 31, 
1628. S. of Nathaniel. B. at Broughton, Derbs. School, 
Broughton. Matric. 1628. Of Gray's Inn, Esq. A major in 
the army of King Charles I. Slain at the siege of Shelf ord 
House, Notts. Probably buried at Ashby, Nov. 6, 1644. 
(PeiU, I. 390; Misc. Gen. et Her. n. 489.) 
BATE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, age 16, at Caius, Feb. i2, 1629- 
30. S. of Robert (1597-8), R. of W. Winch, Norfolk. B. 

at Bergh Apton. School, Lynn. Matric. 1629-30; Scholar, 

during 1631. 
BATE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Dec. 8, 1691. S. of 
Thomas, of Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Of Leics. Matric. 1692; 

Scholar, 1695; B.A. 1695-6; M.A. 1699; B.D. 1710. Fellow, 
1707-21. Ord. priest (London) Dec. 24, 1699. R.ofSwarkes- 
ton, Derbs., 1720-7. Died unmarried, Nov. 6, 1727. Buried 

at Calke. (Misc. Gen. et Her. 11. 490.) 
BATE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Peterhouse, May 28, 

1720. Of Devon. Matric. 1720; Scholar, 1720; B.A. 1724-5; 

M.A. 1735. R. of Belstone, Devon. V. of Westleigh, 1737. 
BAYTE, WILLIAM. Atatric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1554. 
BATE, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1571; 

B.A. 1571-2; M.A. 1575- Fellow. Ord. priest (Coventry) 

Feb. 9, 1571-2. V. of Flitwick, Beds., 1577. R. of Keyston, 

Hunts., i579-(?) 1616. R. of Little Gidding, in 1591 

(presentation revoked). 
BATE, WILLIAM. B.A. from Magdalene, 1575-6; M.A. 1579; 

M.D. 1586. 
BATEMAN, HUGH. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, June 26, 

1633. S. of Richard, gent., of Hartington, Derbs. B. 

there. School, Derby. Adm. at Gray's Inn from Staple Inn, 

Feb. 23, 1637-8. Barrister, 1645. Ancient, 1662. Of Derby, 

Esq. DiedApr. 15, 1682. M.L at All Saints', Derby. {F.M.G. 

478; Burke, L.G.\ Vis. of Derbs., 1662.) 
BATEMAN, JAMES. B.A. 1534-5- 
BATEMAN, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, July 2, 

1 65 1. S. of Gabriel, of Notts. School, Nottingham. Matric. 

1651; B.A. 1654-5; M.A. 1658. Incorp. at Oxford, 1658. 

D.D. (Oxford) 1670. V. of Nocton, Lines., 1667. Chaplain 

to Lord Stanhope. R. of Washingborough, 1669. {Pe%le, i. 

544-) 
BATEMAN, JODOCUS. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Easter, 

1572 (impuhes). 
BATEMAN, JOHN. Scholar at King's Hall, 1406. Promoted 

to a benefice, Dec. 24, 1419. First tonsure (Ely) 1412. 

Parson of Burgh (? Burrough Green), Cambs. Licensed to 

found a chantry there. (Pat. Rolls, Hen. VI.) 
BATEMAN, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Gonville Hall, Easter, 

1544; Scholar, 1545; B.A. 1545-6; M.A. 1549. Fellow of 

Gonville and Caius, by charter, 1557. Ord. deacon (London) 

Dec. 21, 1553. Will proved (V.C.C.) 1559. For a list of his 

Hebrew books see Camb. A nt. Sac., lxiii. 191. {Venn. i. 31.) 
BATEMAN, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Jesus, May 29, 1629. Of 

Northants. Matric. 1629; B.A. 1632-3; M.A. 1636. Ord. 

deacon (Peterb.) Dec. 18, 1636; priest, Jime 4, 1637. R. of 

Gt Ellingham, Norfolk, 1641. Perhaps R. of Little Munden, 

Herts., in the Interregnum. R. of Keyston, Himts., 1660-5. 

Died 1665. 
BATEMAN, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 

Aug. 26, 1648. S. of Richard (1598). B. at Eton, 1631. 

Matric. 1648; B.A. i65i'-2. Fellow 1651, till his death in 

1652. 
BATEMAN, NICHOLAS. B.A. 1484-5. Perhaps of Wetherden, 

Suffolk, and Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts., clerk; will (P.C.C.) 

1510- 
BATEIA/VN or BATTMAN, RALPH. Adm. sizar at St John's, 

Apr. 18, 1684. S. of John, husbandman. B. at Seaton, Yorks. 

School, Pocklington, Yorks. Matric. 1684; B.A. 1687-8. 

V. of Lythe, Whitby, Yorks., 1679-1707. 
BATEMAN, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Queens', Lent, 

1578-9. Of Yorks. B.A. 1582-3. FeUow, 1583-6. Ord. 

deacon (Lincoln) Nov. 26; priest, Nov. 27, 1587. V. of 

Bametby-le-Wold, Lines., 1587-1617. Will proved (Lincoln) 

1617. 
BATEMAN, RICHARD. Adm. at Kino's, a scholar from Eton, 

Aug. 25, 1598, age 16. B. in London. Matric. 1598; B.A. 

1601-2; M.A. 1606. Fellow, 1601-19. Taxor, 1618. Fellow 

of Eton College, 1619. Father of John (1648). 



Batemanson, Thomas 

BATEMAN, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 3, 1737. 

Of Derbyshire. S. of Hugh of Hartington Half. Matric. 

1738. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 23, 1737. Buried 

July 14, 1762. (Burke, L.G.) 
BATEMAN (ROBERT or STEPHEN). B.Civ.L. 1533-4. Perhaps 

Robert, V. of Stapleford, Cambs., 1544. Cooper (i. 508) 

identifies the law graduate with Stephen, Archbishop Parker's 

chaplain. See below. 

BATEMAN, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 

1611, as 'Batsin.* 
BATEMAN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, June 

28, 1661. S. of Sir William, Knt., of St Dunstan's in the 

East, Middlesex. B. there. School, Brentwood. Matric. 1661; 

M.B. 1663. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 2, 1662. Died 1696, 

s.p. (Le Neve, Kntghts, 47.) 
BATEMAN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 28, 17 18. 

Of Derbyshire. S. of Hugh, of Derby. Bapt. July 20, 1700. 

Matric. 1718; B.A. 1721-2; M.A. 1725; M.D. 1732. Fellow, 

1722-44. Resigned on marriage. Died Jan. 17, 1777. 

(Burke, L.G.) 

BATEMAN, ROYLE, Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, June 2, 1668. 

Of Northants. Matric 1668; B.A. 1671-2; M.A. 1677. R. of 

Spratton, Northants., 1684-1733. Died Mar. 25, 1733, aged 

81. M.L 
BATEMAN, SAMUEL Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, Feb. 18, 

1705-6. S. of Nathan, of Uttoxeter, Staffs. School,Uttoxeter. 

Matric 1705-6; Scholar, 1707; B.A. 1709-10. 

BATEMAN or BATTMAN, STEPHEN. Perhaps B.Qv.L. 1533-4. 
Of Bruton, Somerset. Chaplain to Archbishop Parker, who 
employed him in collecting for the Corpus Ubrary. R. of 
Merstham, Surrey, 1573. V. of Newington Butts. Died, 
1584. See Robert, above (1533-4). (Cooper, i. 508; D.N.B.) 

BATEMAN, THOMAS. Matric pens, from King's, Michs. 1570. 

BATEMAN, THOMAS. Incorp. M.A. 1682, from University 
CoUege, Oxford. S. of John, of Wakefield, Yorks. School. 
Wakefield. Matric. (Oxford) May 23, 1674, age 18; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1677-8; M.A. 1680. Fellow of University College. 
V. of Enstone, Oxon., 1688-9. Will proved (Oxford) 1690. 
(Al. Oxon.) 

BATEMAN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, May 13, 
1700. S. of Thomas, plumber, of Lynn, Norfolk. B. there. 
School, Lynn. Matric 1700; Scholar, 1700-7; B.A. 1703-4; 
M.A. 1724. Ord. priest (Lincoln) Feb. 29, 1707-8 as C. of 
Caddington, Beds. C. of Pleshey, Essex, and of Roothing 
Barnes in 1715. Chaplain to Lord Newark. R. of Ashingdon, 
Essex, 1710-2. V. of Good Easter, Essex, 1712. (Venn, i. 
505.) 

BATEMAN, WILUAM. Graduated at Cambridge in Civil and 
Canon Law. B. in Norwich, c. 1298. S. of WiUiam, citizen 
and bailiff, and M.P. for the city. Archdeacon of Norwich, 
1328. For some years at the Papal Court of Avignon, where 
he became auditor of the palace. Employed by the Pope to 
mediate between the English and French monarchs. Bishop 
of Norwich, 1344, where he distinguished himself by h& 
assertion of his episcopal rights in the visitation of the 
monasteries, especially that of Bury, and by his courage 
during the Black Death. To the end he was busy on foreign 
missions. On the last of these he died at Avignon, Jan. 6, 
1355- Buried in the Cathedral. Best known in Cambridge 
as the founder of Trinity Hall, in 1350; and, as executor 
of Edmund Gonville, by the actual establishment of Gonville 
HaU. (D.N.B.) 

BATJEMAN, WILUAM. Fellow of Pembroke, c. 1370. 

BATEMAN, WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 16) at Peter- 
house, Apr. 26, 1712. Of Middlesex. S. and h. of Sir James, 
Lord Mayor of London, 1717. Matric. 1712. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Dec. 19, 1712. M.P. for Leominster, 1721 
and 1727-34. Created Viscount Bateman and Baron Culmore, 
1725. K.B. 1732. F.R.S. 1733. Died Dec. 1744, at Paris, 
(Lodge's Peerage, in. 327; T. A. Walker.) 

BATEMAN, WYNNE. Adm.sizar (age i7)atST JoHN's.May 20, 

1731. S. of Thomas, gent., of Richmondshlre, Yorks. B. at 

Middleham. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1731; B.A. 1734-5; 

M.A. 1738; D.D. 1764. Fellow, 1737-47- Taxor, 1741. 

Proctor, 1744-5. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 20, 1736; 

priest. Sept 24, 1738. Headmaster of Sedbergh, 1746-82. 

V. of Sedbergh, 1746-54. Died May 17, 1783. Author, 

Sermon, 1746. (Scott-Mayor, in. 436.) 

BATEMAN, . B.A. 1485-6. 

BATEMAN, . Fellow of Pembroke, 1461. 

BATEMANSON, JOHN. Incorp. from Oxford, 1491. D.QvJ- 

1493- 
BATEMANSON, THOMAS.. Inooip. from Oxford, 1498-9. 

D.Can.L. 1498-9. 
BATEMANSON, . Matric. pens, from Christ's, May, 1548 



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Bates, Andrew 

BATES, ANDREW. Adm. pens, (age i?) at St John's, May 23, 
1674. S. of Ralph, Esq., of HalliweU, Northumberiand, 
B. there. Bapt. Dec 14, 1656, at Earedon. School, Bury 
St Edmunds. Matric 1674; B.A. 1677-8; M.A. 1681. Lec- 
turer at St Anne's, and St John's, Newcastle, 168&-1710. 
R. of Whalton, Northumberland, 1689-1710. Died May 
27, 1710, buried at St John's, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Brother 
of Ralph. (Burke, L.G.) 

BATES, DANIEL. Adm. sizar at Queens', Nov. 9, 1726. Of 
SUfis. Matric. 1726; B.A. 1730-1, Fellow, 1732. Died 
Apr. 12, 1733. 

BATES, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1611; 
B.A. 1614-5; M.A. 1618. Ord. deacon and priest (Peterb.) 
Dec. 19, 1619. Preb. of Southwell, 1624-36. Died 1636. For 
a contemporary se* Al. Oxon, 

BATES, ISAAC Matric sizar from Clark, Easter, 1645; B.A. 
1648-9; M.A. 1652. V. of Sheldwick, Kent, 1667-9. R. of 
Bicknor, 1669-74. Died 1674. 

BATES, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Caius, June 29, i744. 
S. of Robert, carpenter, of Norwich. B. there. School, 
Norwich. Matric. 1744; Scholar, 1744-51; B.A. 1747-8; 
ist in the Tripos. Ch:d. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 6, 1747-8, 
as C. of Heigham; priest, Sept. 23, 1750. Minister of St 
Peter Mancroft, Norwich; of Brooke, Norfolk, 1760. R. of 
Thwaite, 1760. Died Apr. 3, 1766. {Venn, 11. 55.) 

BATES, NATHANIEL. Matric. FeU.-Com. from St John's, 
Easter, 1619. Perhaps of Norland, Halifax. Living, 1629. 
(M. H. Peacock.) 

BATES, PETER. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, May 31, 1572. 
Of Hatfield, Herts. S. of Edmund. School, Stevenage. 
Matric 1572; B.A. 1575-6. Ord. deacon and priest (Chester) 
Dec. 21, 1576. V. of Flixton St Mary, Suffolk, 1577-83. 
R. of Hawridge, Bucks., 1587-1613. {Venn, i. 70.) 

BATES, RALPH. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at Christ's, Oct. 18, 
1664. S. of Ralph. B. 1646, at Halliwell, Northumberland. 
Bapt. at Earsdon, Feb. 16, 1646-7. School, Newcastle. 
Matric. 1664. Drowned in the Tyne at Newcastle, July 22, 
1695. {P*il«, 1. 613; Burke, L.G; H. M. Wood.) 

BATES, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, Apr. 2, 
1702. S. of Robert, of Cambridge. School, Histon, Cambs. 
Matric. 1702-3. 

BATES, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, July 7, 
1708. S. of Ishmael, saddler. B. at Peterborough. School, 
Peterborough. Matric 1709; B.A. 1712-3; M.A. 1719. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) May 23, 1714. V. of Maxey, Northants., 
1717-71. Died 1771. 

BATES, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Michs. 1587. 

BATS, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Michs. 1608. 

BATES or BETTS, TRUBSHAW. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St 
John's, July 10, 1724. S. of T., husbandman, of Cambs. 
Schools, Cambridge and St Ives. Matric. 1724; B.A, 1727-8. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 2, 1728-9; priest, Jime 13, 1731. 
R. of Fulletby, Lines., 1743-61. 

BATES, WHITE Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, May 15, 
1750. S. of Robert. B. at Maxey, Northants. School, 
Maxey. Matric. 1750-1; Scholar, 1750; LL.B. 1757. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) June, 1754; priest, Sept. 1755. R. of Creeton, 
Lines., May 4, 1762. R. of Swayfield, 1810. Also V. of 
Tallington, Oct. 16, 1810. {PeiU, 11. 254.) 

BATES, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 1643. Migrated 
to Queens', 1644. B. in London, Nov. 1625. Of MiddUesex. 
Doubtless ' s. of William, of St Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey, 
gent.; matric at New Inn Hall, Oxford, July 9, i64i,agei5.' 
B.A. from Queens', 1644-5; M.A. 1648; D.D. 1661 (Lit. Reg.). 
R. of St Dunstan-in-the-West, London ; ejected 1662. Royal 
chaplain and commissioner for Savoy conference, 1660. 
In the last years of his life he was pastor of the Presbyterian 
church at tutckney. Author, theological. Died July 14, 1699. 
{D.N.B.; Calamy, i. 101.) 

BATES, WILLIAM, Adm. pens, at Clare, June 24, 1648. 
Matric 1648; B.A. 1651. Probably admon. (P.C.C.) Sept 
14, 1699. 

BATES, ^. Adm. pens, at Emmanuxl, July 9, 1606. 

BATESON or BATSON, CHRISTOPHER. Matric pens, from 
St John's, Easter, 1620; B.A. 1623-4; M.A. 1627. Sub- 
scribed as deacon (Bristol) Sept. 22, 1627. R.of Cbulmleigh, 
Devon, 1635. Sequestered, but restored. Preb. of Exeter. 
Died c. 1677. (Walker, Sufferings.) 

BATESON, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 14) at St John's, 
June 23, 1652. S. of Thomas, doctor, of Kna-esborough, 
Yorks. B. at Spofforth, Yorks. School, Knaresborougb. 

BATESON, HENRY. B.A. from Emmanuel, 1668: incorp. from 
Oxford. Matric. (Brasenose College, Oxford) June 6, 1660; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1663. V. of Gt Gaddesden, HerU., 1666. 
{A I. Uxon.) 



Bathurst, Henry 

BATESON, JOHN, Matric pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1557. 

BATESON, JOHN. Matric sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1614; 
B.A. X616-7; M.A. 1621. One of these names licensed curate 
of Garforth, Leeds, Feb. 13, 1618-9. (M. H. Peacock.) 

BATESON, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Christ's, Apr. 17, 
1669. S. of George. B. at Bolton-by-Bolland, Yorks, School, 
Sedbergh. Matric. 1669. 

BATESON, MARK. Matric. sixar from St John's, Easter, 1572. 

BATESON, PETER. Adm. sizar at Christ's, Jan. 22, 1683-4. 
S. of Peter. B. at Knaresborougb. School, Knaresborough. 
Matric. 1684; B.A. 1687-8. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June, 
1688 ; priest (Norwich) June, 1693. V. of St Mary Magdalene, 
Wiggenhall, Norfolk, 1697-1720. R. of N. Lynn till 1729. 
{PeU«, II. 94.) 

BATESON, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Clas£, Easter, 1579; 
B.A. 1581-3. 

BATESON, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Clare, Michs. 1579; 
B.A. 1582-3. This, or the above, M.A. from St Catharine's, 
1586. Perhaps R. of S. Kirkby, Yorks., 1598-1601. 

BATESON, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Christ's, Apr. 28, 
1653. S. of William. B. at Bolton, Lanes. School, Giggles- 
wick. 

BATESON or BYTSON, THOMAS. B.A. 1511-2; M.A. 1515, 
as Betson; B.D. 1534-5. fteacher, 1521. Fellow of Clare, 

BATH, Earl of, see BOURCHIER, 

BATH, JOHN, M.A. from Pembroke, 1638. S. of Christopher, 
of Strood, Kent. Matric. (Oxford) Nov. 13, 1629, age 20; 
B.A. 1631. V. 01 Hailing, Kent, 1639. Died 1662. (Fielding.) 

BATHO, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 1587; 
B.A. from Pembroke, 1592-3. Ord. priest (Norwich) Dec. 21, 
1592. K. of Uggeshall, Suffolk. 

BATHO, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar (age 2i) at St John's, June 28, 
1703. S. of Theophilus, draper. B. at Beccles, Suffolk. 
School, Wymondham. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 1703. 
V.of Kushmere, Suffolk, 1708-17. V, of Ilketshall St John's, 
1717. R, of Heveningham, 1738-68. Died Feb., 1768. (G, 
Mag.) 

BATHO, THOBIAS. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, Apr. 14, 1631. 
S, of William, R. of South Cove, Suffolk, deceased. Schools, 
Il>swich and Botesdale. Matric. 1631; B.A. 1634-5; M.A. 
1638. Received presby terian ordination for the cures of Ashill 
and Thorpe, Suffolk, Oct. 1646. Probably R. of Brampton, 
Suffolk, 1652-62 (ejected). {Venn, i. 297.) 

BATHO, TOBIAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, Feb. 5, 1588-9, 
S. of Robert, of Elsenham, Essex, clerk. School, Newport, 
Matric. 1589; Scholar, 1590-3; B.A. 1592-3; M.A. 1596. 
Ord. priest (London) July 2, 1598. V. of Rickling, Essex, 
1598-1639. Died 1639. Brother of the next. {Venn, i. 135.) 

BATHO, WILLIAM, Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, Apr. 1585. 
S. of Robert, V. of Elsenham, Essex. B. at Clavering. 
Schools, Stanstead and Elsenham. Scholar, 1587-90; B.A, 
1588-9; M.A. 1592; B.D. 1601. Incorp. at Oxford, i6ox. 
Ord. priest (Peterb.) Apr. 5, 1591. R.of S. Cove, Suffolk,i597- 
1618. V. of St John Baptist, Norwich, 1598-1604, R. of St 
Michael's Coslauy, Norwich, 1601-24. (Venn, i. 124.) 

BATHORNE, THOMAS, see BAYTHORN, 

BATHTON, • M.A. 1465-6. 

BATHURST, CHARLES. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 16) at Peter- 
house, Apr. 25, 1720. S. of Charles, of Clint and Skutter- 
skelf, Yorks. School, Richmond, Yorks. Matric 1720. Of 
Clint and Scutterskelf, Esq. M.P. for Richmond, 1727; 
ejected on petition; said to have become insane (M. H. 
Peacock). High sheriff for Yorks., 1727. Died Sept. 26, 1743. 
Buried at Rudby, Sept. 24. (Yorks. Genealogist, 103.) 

BATHURST, EDWARD, Matric pens, from St John's, Easter, 
1620. Probably s. and h. of Randolph (1593), of Horton- 
Kirby, Kent, Esq. ; adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Aug. 8, 1621, Aged 
16 in 1619. Knighted, 1625. Of Franks, Horton-Kirby. 
Father of Thomas (1645). (Kent Vis.) 

BATHURST, EDWARD. Adm. pens at Trinity, lune 26, 1666. 
S. of Sir Edward, of Lechlade, Gloucester, Knt. and Bart. 
School, Westminster. Matric. 1666-7; Scholar, 1667; B.A. 
X669-70; M.A. 1673. Fellow, 1673. Ord. priest (London) 
Dec. 23, 1677, Incorp. at Oxford, 1681. V. of Arrington, 
Canib*., 1687. V, of Chesterton, 1694. V. of Trumpington, 
1695-17x9. V. of Bottisham, 1708-16. Buried In Trinity 
College chapel. Mar, i, 1718-^, {Al. Wettmon. 163; Burke, 
Ext. Bart.) 

BATHURST, HENRY. 'Of Trinity CoUege.' Incorp. at Oxford, 
as M.A. July 11, 1654. No such graduate found at 
Cambridge. 



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Battell, William 



BATHURST, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Pembroke, Michs. 1614. 
B. in Sussex. S. of Dr John Bathurst, of Goudhuist, Kent. 
B.A. i6i7-«; M.A. 1621; M.D. 1637. Fellow, R.C.P. 1637. 
Censor, 1641, 1650. Incorp, at Oxford, 1643. Presumably 
the physician of Oliver Cromwell. M.P. for Richmond, 
Yorks., 1656, 1658. Married Elizabeth, dau of Brian 
Willance, of Clint, Yorks., Jan. 27, 1635-6. Died Apr. 19, 
1659, aged 52 (sic.). If his age as given by Munk is correct, 
he must have matriculated at the age of seven, which seems 
hardly possible. According to Yorks. Genealogist (i. 102-3) 
Theodore, s. of John, M.D. was a student of Pembroke 
College, Cambridge — ' his father's University.' By the same 
authority John Bathurst, M.D., is stated to be a native of 
Yorks. (D.N.B.; Munk, i. 222; Yorks. Genealogist, 1. 102-3; 
Thoresby, Ducatus Leod. 16.) 

BATHURST, JOHN. Matric. pens, (age 18) from Pembroke, 
Easter, 1632. Of London. B.A. 1635-6; M.A. 1639. Incorp. 
at Oxford, Feb. i, 1642-3. 

BATHURST, LANCELOT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
Mar. 14, 1711-12. S. of Francis, of Franks, Kent, Esq. 
Died Dec. 3, 1714, aged 22. Buried at Horton Kirby. 
(Hasted, i. 29.) 

BATHURST, PAUL Matric. sizar (age 12) from Queens', 
Michs. 1555, as ' Bathrest.' Perhaps 3rd s. of Robert, of Hors- 
monden, Kent, and brother of Stephen (1556). 

BATHURST, RANDOLPH. Matric. Fell. -Com. from Pembroke, 
c. 1593. One of these names, of Horton Kirby, Kent; s. of 
Lancelot. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 26, 1596. Doubtless 
s. of Lancelot, alderman, of London. Married Catherine, 
dau. of Richard Argoll, of East Sutton, Kent. (H. G. 
Harrison; Kent Vis., 1619.) 

BATHURST, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Peterhouse, 
Feb. 1738-9. Of Jamaica. S. of Colond Bathurst, West 
Indian planter. Matric. 1739; Scholar, 1740; M.B. 1745. 
Physician to the Middlesex Hospital, 1754, but decided to 
return to the West Indies. Became an Army Physician. 
Died of fever whilst taking part in the expedition against 
Havannah. He was the 'very good hater,' of fools, rogues 
and Whigs, who was such a friend of Dr Johnson. (D.N.B.) 

BATHURST, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 
1567. 

BATHURST, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, c. 
1596. 

BATHURST, STEPHEN. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 
1556; B.A. 1569-70. Perhaps 2nd s. of Robert, of Hors- 
monden, Kent, and brother of Paul (1555). (Vis. of Gloucs., 
1623.) 

BATHURST, THEODORE. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 
1602; B.A. from Pembroke, 1605-6; M.A. 1609; B.D. 1618. 
Fellow of Pembroke, 1608. R. of Orton Waterville, Hunts., 
1618-51. V. of Thriplow, Cambs., 1616-9. Translated 
Spenser's Shepherd's Calendar into Latin. Died 1651. 
(D.N.B.) 

BATHURST, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinitv, Easter, 
1602. 

BATTHURST, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, Apr. 5, 
1617. S. of Edward of Goudhurst, Kent. Matric. 1617. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1617. 

BATHURST, THOMAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Trinity, June 9, 
1645. From Oxford. Matric. 1647. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 
May 2, 1646. M.D. (Leyden) Jiily 2, 1659. Incorp. at 
Oxford, Mar. i, 1661-2 (s. of Sir Edward, of Franks, Horton 
Kirby, Kent). Knighted Feb. 11, 1664-5. Died Mar. 5, 
1688, aged 66. Buried at Horton Kirby. WiU (P.C.C). 
(Al. Oxon.; Foster, Gray's Jnn.) 

BATNER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Clare, Michs. 1611; B.A. 
1615-6; M.A. 1619. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 20, 1618; 
priest (Chichester) Dec. 18, 1625. R. of Clayton and Keymer, 
Sussex, 1626-38. Buried there, June 29, 1638. 

BATON, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1552. 

BATTE or BATE, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Trinity, 
Michs. 1571; B-A. 1576-7; M.A. 1580; B.D. 1587. Fellow, 
1579. Probably ord. priest (Lincoln) 1585-6. V. of Chesterton, 
Cambs., 1593-^6. 

BATTE, HENRY. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1571. 
One of these names, of Birstall, Leeds, adm. at the Itmer 
Temple, 1575. Probably s. of Henry, who purchased Okewell, 
Biistall, in 1564. (M. H. Peacock.) 

BATTE, JAMES. Matric. pens, from St John's, Lent, 1582-3; 
B.A. 1586-7, as Bate. 

BATT, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, July 1, 1606. Scholar; 
B.A. 1609-10. 

BATTE, JOHN. M.A. from Jesus, 1640. S. of Michael, of 
Monkton-Deverill, Wilts. Matric. at New Inn Hall, Oxford, 
Nov. 4, 1631, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1635. Incorp. M.A. at 
Oxford, 1640. R. of Stoke Trister, Somerset; ejected 1662. 
Died July, 1684, aged 71. (Al. Oxon.) 



BATTE, JOHN. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 17) at Sidney, Jan. 1, 
1647-8. S. of John, Esq. B. at OkeweU, BirstaU, Yorks. 
Bapt. July 22, 1630. Schools, Manchester and Chester. Adm. 
at Gray's Inn, Nov. 6, 1 649. Drowned on his way to Virginia, 
where several of his family had settled. (M. H. Peacock.) Not 
recorded in pedigree of Batte of OkeweU, in Vis. of Yorks., 
1666. 

BATTE, LIONEL. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1611. 

BATT, MICHAEL Adm. sizar (age 18) at Christ's, Nov. 18, 
1672. S. of Michael. B. at Monkton-Deverill, Wilts. School, 
Salisbury. From Lincoln College, Oxford (matric there, 
July 14, 1671). Matric. 1672; B.A. 1674-5; M.A. 1678. 
Incorp. at Oxford, 1675. Ord. priest (Norwich) Feb. 1677-8. 
R. of Mannington, Norfolk, 1678. R. of Chelmsford, 1696. 
Died Jan. 30, 1705-6. M.I. at Chelmsford Church. (Peile, n. 
46; A I. Oxon.; J. C. Smith.) 

BATTE, NICHOLAS. Matric. sizar from Emmanuel, Easter, 

1606. 
BATT, SAMUEL 'Of Christ's House, Cambridge, literate,' 

when ord. priest (Bristol) Aug. 12, 1662. But see Al. Oxon. 

BATT, SAMUEL Adm. sizar at Queens', May 6, 1689. Of 
Wilts. Matric. 1689; B.A. 1692-3; M.A. 1696. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) June, 1694. S. of Michael, of Monkton-Deverill, 
Wilts. C. of Charlcombe, Somerset, 1698-1701. Died 1701, 
aged 30. M.I. at Charlcombe. 

BATT, TIMOTHY. Matric, from Wadham CoUege, Oxford, 
Jan. 28, 1630-1, age 17. Migrated to Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge. Matric. there;assizar,Mayi6, 1633. S. of Robert, 
of Street, Somerset. B.A. 1634-5; M.A. 1638. Lecturer at 
Ilminster, Somerset, 1643. V. of Creech St Michael's, 
Somerset, 1652-60. Ejected from 'Riston' (?Priston), 1662. 
Died July, 1692. (Al. Oxon.; Calamy, 11. 376.) 

BATTE, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from TRiNrry, Michs. 1580; 

B.A. 1584-5. 
BATT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, June 22, 

1732. S. of William, gent., of Wilts. B. at Pewsey. School, 

Marlborough. Matric. 1732; B.A. 1735-6; M.A. 1739. Ord. 

priest (Salisbury) Aug. 20, 1738. R. of Wraxall, Somerset, 

1750-67. (Scott-Mayor, iii. 445.) 

BATTLE, AFFABLE. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1606. 
Of Tewin Bury, Herts. Father of Ralph (1635). 

BATTEL, AFFABEL Adm. sizar at Queens', June 14, 1677. 
Of Herts. Matric. 1677-8; B.A. 1680-1; M.A. 1684. R. of 
Digswell, Herts., 1685-7. Died 1687. Brother of William 
(1678), Ralph (1665) and Rowland (1682). 

BATTELL, AFFABELL Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, 
July 7, 1710. Of Herts. S. of Ralph (1665), D.D., Sub-Dean 
of the Chapel Royal. School, Westminster. Matric 1711; 
Scholar, 1711; B.A. 1714-5; M.A. 1718. Incorp. at Oxford, 
1719. Ord. deacon (London) June 12, 1715; priest, Feb. 26, 
1715-6. Chaplain at Winlaton, Durham, to Mr Crowley. 
V. of All Hallows, Hoo, Kent, 1719-23. Buried at Ryton, 
Durham, Mar. 26, 1724. (T. A. Walker, 225; M. H. Wood; 
J. C. Smith.) 

BATTELL, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Michs. 1587. 
Of Herts. 

BATTELL, JOHN. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 1726. 

BATTELL, RALPH. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 1635. 
S. of Affabell (1606), of Tewin Bury, Herts. B.A. 1638-9; 
M.A. 1642. Ord. deacon and priest (Lincoln) May 6, 1642. 
V. of Newnham, Herts., 1645-7. V. of All Saints', Hert- 
ford, 1662-1701. V. of Tolleshunt, Essex, 1647. R. of Letch- 
worth, 1676-1701. Master of Hertford Grammar School. 
Died May 3, 1701, aged 82. Father of Ralph (1665), next, 
Rowland (1682), William (1678-9). (Cussans, u. 83.) 

BATTELL, RALPH. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhousb, 
July 26, 1665. S. of Ralph, R. of Letchworth, Herts, (above). 
School, Hertford. Scholar, 1666; Matric. 1660; B.A. 1669-70: 
M.A. 1673; D.D. (Com. Reg.) 1705. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
Mar. 3, 1671-2; priest (London) Sept. 1673. R. ofEdworth, 
Beds. Canon of Worcester, 1680. Sub-Dean of the Chapel 
Royal, 1689-1713, and Sub-Almoner to Queen Anne. Died 
Mar. 20, 1712-3. Will (P.C.C). M.I. at All Saints', Hertford. 
Author. Father of Affabell (1710), brother of Rowland (1682) 
and William (1678-9). (T. A. Walker, 130; D.N.B.) 

BATTELL, RALPH. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 1715; 
B.A. 1718-9; MA. 1722. Ord. priest (Lincoln) Jime 4, 1721. 
R. of Somerby, Lines, till 1780. Died 1780, aged 83. (G. Mag.) 

BATTEL, ROWLAND. Adm. sizar at Queens', Apr. 5, 1682. 
Of Herts. Matric. 1682. Migrated to Peterhouse, 1683. B.A. 
1685-6. Obtained a faculty for priest's orders (Canterbury) 
1692. V. of Quinton, Gloucs., 1692-5. Brother of Ralph, 
D.D. {1665) and William (1678-9). (F. S. Hockaday.) 

BATTLE, WILLIAM. B.Can.L. 1483-4. 



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BATTEL, WILUAM. Adm. sizar at Quekns', Jan. 25, 1678-9. 
S. of Ralph (1635), Headmaster of Hertford School. Migrated 
to Peterhouse, Dec. 19, 1682. B.A 1682-3; M.A. 1686. Ord. 
priest (Lincoln) May 22, 1687. R. of Digswell, Herts., 1687- 
1729. Minor Canon of St Paul's, 1692-8. Father of William 
(1710), brother of Ralph (1665), and Rowland (1682). Died 
1729- (T. A. Walker, 172.) 

BATTELL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Christ's, Apr. 10, 
1680. S. of William. B. at Howden, Yorks. School, Howden. 
Matric. sizar, 1680. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Feb. 1682-3. 
IPeiU. II. 77.) 

BATTELL, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 25, 1710. S. of William (above), R. of Digswell, Herts. 
Matric. 1710; B.A. 1714-5; M.A. 1718. Ord. deacon (Nor- 
wich) Dec. 1 714; C. of Digswell, Herts. R. of Camerton, 
Somerset, 1735. R. of Kilve and Stringston, 1736. 

BATTLE, . Graduated (? M.A.) 1474-5. 

BATTUE, . M.A. 1481-3. 

BATALL, . B.A. 1489-90. 

BATTELV, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Apr. 3, 1662. S. of 
Nicholas, of Bury, Suffolk, apothecary. Bapt. at St James, 
Nov. 18. 1646. School, Burv. Matric. 1662; Scholar, 1664; 
B.A. 1665-6; M.A. 1669; D.D. 1684. FeUow, 1668. Ord. 
priest (Ely) Oct. 2, 1675. R. of Hunton and Adisham, Kent, 
1684-1708. Chaplain to Archbishops Sancroft and Tillotson. 
Chancellor of Brecknock, 1684. Archdeacon of Suffolk, 1687-8. 
Archdeacon of Canterbury, 1688. Preb. of Canterbury, 1688. 
Master of Eastbridge Hospital, 1688. Author of antiquarian 
works. Brotherof Nicholas (1665) and Thomas (1673). Died 
Oct. 10, 1708, aged 6i. M.I. at Canterbury. (Burke, L. G.: 
D.N.B.) 

BATTELY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, May 9, 1705. 
S. of Nicholas, of Bekesboume, Kent, clerk. School, Canter- 
bury. Matric. 1705; Scholar, 1706; B.A. 1708-^9; M.A. 1712. 
Fellow, 1711. Ord. deacon (Rochester) Sept. 20, 1709; priest, 
Feb. 21, 1713-4. R. of Troston, Suffolk, 1714-24. R. of 
Timworth, 1717-41. Preacher at St Mary's, Bury, 1726-41. 
R. of Ingham, 1727-41. R. of Wordwell, 1736-41. Inherited 
an estate at Horringer. Died Aug. 1741. (Burke, L.G.) 

BATTELY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pembroke, Mar. 17, 
1710-1. S. of Thomas, of Canterbury, gent. Matric. 1710-1 ; 
B.A. 1714-5; M.A. 1718. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 8, 
1722. 

BATTELY, NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 30, 1665. 
S. of Nicholas, of Bury. Bapt. at St James', Bury, June 14, 
1648. Matric. Lent, 1666-7, as 'Rattely'; B.A. 1668-9; M.A. 
from Peterhouse, 1672. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1670-1704. 
Ord. priest (Ely), Sept. i8, 1675. R. of Nowton, Suffolk, 
1680-5. R- of Creeting St Olave, 1681. R. of Ivychurch, Kent, 
1685-1704. V. of Bekesboume, 1685-1704. Author, historical. 
Brother of John (1662) and Thomas (1673). Died May 19, 
1704, aged 55. M.I. at Bekesboume. (T. A. Walker, 147; 
D.N.B.) 

BATTELY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 4, 1673. 
S. of Nicholas, apothecary, of Bury, Suffolk. B. there, 
Dec. 1655. School, Bury. Matric. 1674; B.A. 1677-8. 
Brother of John (1662) and Nicholas (1665). (Burke, L.G.) 

BATTELY. WILLIAM Adm. sizar (age 19) at Jesus, Feb. 24, 
1745-6. Of Suffolk. S. of John (1705), of Horringer, Suffolk, 
deceased. School, Bury. Matric. 1746; Rustat scholar, 
1748; B.A. 1749-50. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 1751; 
priest, Dec. 1752. Curate at Mildenhall. Died there, Nov. 
1767, aged 38. 

BATTEN, ABRAHAM. Adm. sizar (age 14) at Sidney, Feb. 8, 
1645-6. S. of Henry, clerk. B. at Maldon, Devon. School, 
Maldon. Matric. 1645-6. Migrated to Oxford. B.A. from 
New Inn Hall, 1648; M.A. 1651. Fellow of Exeter College. 
1648. {Al. Oxon.) 

BATTEN, BARNABAS. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 

1571. 
BATEN, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Tkirity, Batter, 1641. 
BATTERSBY, see aUo BAWTERSBY. 

BATTERSBY, EDMUND. Adm. sizar (age 20) at St John's, 
Jan. 7, 1711-2. S. of John, derk. B. at North Leverton, 
Notts. School, Mansfield. Matric. 17x2; B.A. 1715-6. 

BATTERSBY, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, July 9, 
1670. S. of Thomas, fanner, of Beamalty, near Skipton, 
Yorks. B. there. School, Glgrieswick. Matric. 1670; B.A. 
1674-5. Ord. priest (London) Dec. S3, 1677. V. of Kirby-le- 
Soken, Essex, 1679-88. Died x688. (His Oxford namesake 
was probably P.C. of Rivington, Lanes., 1686.) 

BATTERSBY, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 2, 1685. 
S. of Edward, husbandman. B. at Bolton, Yorks. School, 
Sedbergh. Matric. pens. 1683. 



Battie, William 

BATTERSBY, THOMAS. Adm. sitar (age 17) at St John's, 
June 25, 1719. S of John, clerk, deceased, of Notts. B. at 
North Leverton. School, North Leverton. Matric. 1719; B.A. 
1722-3. Ord. priest (Lincoto) June 5, 1726. C. of Gedney, 
Lines. 

BATTMAN, RALPH, see BATEMAN. 

BATTMAN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Caius, June 16, 
1747. S. of Matthew, gent., late of Downham Market, 
Norfolk. B. there. School, Watton (private). Matric. 1748; 
Scholar, i747-5i; B.A. 1750-1- Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Dec. 22, 1751; priest (Ely, Litt. dim. from Norwich) Mar. 18, 
1753. R. of Crostwight, Norfolk, 1753-4; of Thelnetham, 
Suffolk, 1755-8; of Langford with Ickburgh, Norfolk, 1758- 
85. {Venn, 11. 59.) 

BATTY, see also BEATTY. 

BATTY, ADAM Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1715. 
B. in London. Matric. 1715-6; B.A. 1719-20; M.A. 1723. 
Fellow, 1719. Ord. deacon (London) June 4, 1721; priest, 
Feb. 18, 1721-2. Lecturer at St Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London. V. of St John's, Clerkenwell, 1723-38, and of St 
James, 1728-38. R. of Buckland, Herts., 1732-7. Died at 
Clerkenwell, Feb. 4, 1737-8. Author, Sermons. 

BATTYE, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. pens, from Michaelhouse, 
Michs. 1546. One of these names R. of Barsham, Suffolk, 
1554-64. 

BATTIE, EDMUND. Scholar of Trinity, Eastex, 1578. B. at 
Barkston, Lines., 1560. B..^. 1579-80; M.A. 1583; B.D. 
1590. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Oct. 17, 1584. R. of Bolnhurst, 
Beds., 1584. University preacher, 1587. R. of Barkston, 
Lines., 1593-1604. R. of Denton, 1603-19. Preb. of 
Lincoln, 1591-1613. 

BATTIE, EDWARD. Adm. at Peterhouse (age 18) Feb. S2, 
1682-3. S. of William (1650), D.D., R. of Alderton. B. at 
Alderton, Suffolk. School, Eton. Migrated as scholar to 
King's, 1683. Matric. 1683; B.A. 1687-8; M.A. 1691. Fellow 
of King's, 1687. Assistant Master at Eton. R. of Modbury, 
Devon. Died Sept. 6, 1714. Father of William (1722). Will 
(Exeter) 1714. 

BATTY, FRANCIS. Adm. at Pembroke, 1647. 

BATTY, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, May 7, 
1664. S. of John, Esq., of Wadworth, near Doncaster, Yorks. 
B. there. School, Carlton, Notts. Royalist. Lieutenant in 
Sir John Reresby's Horse. Killed in a duel with Lord 
Castleton, Sept. 29, 1682. Buried at Wadworth. (Vis. of 
Yorks., 1665; Hunter, S. Yorks., 1. 128.) 

BATTIE, JOHN. B.A. (perhaps from Queens'), 1542-3. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 8, 1543-4; pnest (Suffragan Bishop of 
Lincoln) Apr. 12, 1544; 'aged 63; not married; M.A. (sic. 
probably a mistake for B.A.) ; knows Latin moderately' (Lib. 
Cler. Line. 1576). R. of Easton, near Grantham, 1555. R.of 
Welby, 1570. R.of Stevenage, Herts. R.of Barkston, Lines., 
1577-92 Will (Lincoln) 1592. 

BATTY, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 20) at St John's, May 31, 1647. 
S. of James, fuller, of Kirkstall, Yorks. B. there. School, 
Leeds. Matric. 1648. 

BATTIE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Magdalene, Apr. 20, 
1681. S. of John. B. at Warmsworth, Yorks. School, 
Hatfield, Yorks. Matric. 1681. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 10, 
1683. Of Wadsworth and Warmsworth, Esq. Died Nov. 5, 
1724. (Vis. of Yorks., 1665; J. Foster, Yorks. Pedigrees.) 

BATTY, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, June 5, 1742. 
S. of William, farmer, of Yorkshire. B. at Thorp, near 
Skipton. School, Bumsall. Matric. 1742. Died at Thorp, 
July 2, 1792. Contemporary namesake in Al. Oxon. 

BATTY, LAURENCE. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, April 21, 
1738. Of Maunby Court, Northallerton, Yorks. Matric. 
1738; B.A. 1741-2. 

BATTIE, ROBERT. 'M.A. of Cambridge'; incorp. at Oxford, 
July 12, 1580. No such degree recorded. 

BATTIE, WILLIAM Adm. sizar (age 15) at Christ's, May 2, 
1650. S. of Francis. B. at Middleton, Westmorland. School, 
Kirkby Lonsdale. Matric. 1650; B.A. 1653-4; M.A. 1657; 
D.D. 1681 (incorp. from Lambeth, 'ea tamen lege ne aliis 
in exemplum trahatur'). Probably V. of Bawdsey, Suffolk, 
1662. Chaplain to Prince Rupert. R. of Alderton, Suffolk. 
R. of Hitcham, 1667. Preb. of St Paul's, 1678. Died 
Dec. 20, 1706. Father of Edward, 1682-3. (PeiU, i. 534.) 

BATTIE, WILLIAM Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1722. 
B. at Modbury, Devon, 1704. S. of Edward (1682). Matric. 
1722; Craven scholar, 1724; B.A. 1726-7; M.A. 1730; M.D. 
1737. Fellow, 1725. Practised as physician at Cambridge and 
Uxbridge.Midds.; and aftcrwardsin London. F.R.C.P. I7j8; 
Censor, Elect., etc. President, 1764. F.R.S. 1742- Physician 
to St Luke's HospiUl. Founder of the Baltic Scholarships. 
Died June 13, 1776. Buried at Kingston-on-Thames, June 
19. (D.N.B.; Munk, 11. 139.) 



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BATTY, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 20) at St John's, Apr. 28, 
1737. S. of William, husbandman, of Yorks. B. at Tadcaster. 
School, Sherburne. Matric. 1737; B.A. 1740-1. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) May 24, 1741; C. of W. Rasen, Lines. 

BATTEY, . Adm. sizar at Christ's, May 11, 1677. 

BATTISON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Clare, Michs. 1617 

B.A. 1620-1; M.A. 1624. 
BATTISON, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 

June 19, 1641. S. of Giles, weaver, of Hemswortb, Yorks. 

B. at Henley, Felkirk, Yorks. School, Wakefield. Matric. 

1641. 
BATTESON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 19, 1637. 

Perhaps s. of John of Gt Houghton, Northampton, gent., 

adm. at the Middle Temple, June, 1638. 
BATWELL, DANIEL. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1751. Of 

Hants. Matric. 1751; B.A. 1755. Distinguished preacher in 

London. S.P.G. missionary in Pennsylvania, 1773-8. 

Refugee in New York, 1778. Returned to England, 1783. 

BAUDSTON, . Grace in arts, 1488-9; probably B.A. 

BAUDWHEN, ROGER. B.A. 1508-9. Probably M.A. 1519-20, 

as Baldwin. 
BAULDRICKE, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 

1627; B.A. 1630-1. 
BAUZER, . Pens, at Corpus Christi, 1483. 

BAVE, ANTHONY. M.A. from Emmanuei., 1725. S. of Samuel, 
of Tickenham, Somerset, gent. Matric (Queen's College, 
(Oxford), Apr. 4, 1715, age 15; B.A. (Oxford), 1718-9. 
'Medicus.' Died 1738 at Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucs. {Al. 
Oxon. ; Lond. Mag.) 

BAW, JOHN, Adm. sizar at Queens', Jan. 28, 1672-3. Of 
Northants. Matric. 1673; B.A. 1676-7. 

BAWDE, EDWARD. Matric pens, from Sidney, Easter, 1620. 

BAWDE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1546. 

Perhaps adm. at the Inner Temple, 1552. Of Corringham, 

Essex. 
BAWDE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1546. 

Perhaps adm. at the Inner Temple, 1552. Of Carlton, Beds. 

BAWDES or BAUD, MAURICE, Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, 
Jime 16, 1615. S. of Maurice, of Somerby, Lincoln, Esq. 
School, Grantham. Matric. 1615. Of Somerby, Esq. Colonel 
in the Royalist army. Killed at Naseby, June 14, 1645. 
Father of Maurice, below. {Venn, i. 230; Lines. Pedigrees.) 

BAWDES or BAUD, MAURICE. Adm. pens, at Caius, July 3, 
1645. S. of Maurice above, of Somerby, Esq. Matric. 1645. 
Previously at Queens', and Pembroke. Scholar, 1646-7. Mi- 
grated to Oxford. B.A. (Lincoln College), 1648. {Venn, i. 
359; Al. Oxon.) 

BAWDEN, MARK. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Aug. 7, 1735. 
Matric. 1738; B.A. 1738-9. S. of Mark, of Tamerton, 
Devon. Matric. at Pembroke College, Oxford, Dec. 12, 1733, 
age 16. Will (Exeter) 1770: 'of East Allington, Devon.' 
{Al. Oxon.) 

BAWbON, JOHN. B. at Stopford (Stockport), Cheshire, 1565. 
At St John's College two years. Ord. priest (Lincoln) Apr. 8, 
1587. At Auboum, Lines., 10 years (perhaps as curate). 
V. of Auboum, 1605. 

BAWDREY, su BALDRY, 

BAWDRICKE, SAJIUEL, Matric sizar from Trinity, Easter, 
1626; B.A. 1629-30. 

BAWGHE or BAGB, THOMAS {alias WILLIAMS). Scholar and 
fellow of King's Hall, 1516-31. M.A. 1506-7; B.D, 1517; 
D.D. 1531. R. of Dry IJrayton, Cambs., 1517-32. Chancellor 
of St Paul's, 1530-58. Archdeacon of Surrey, 1536. Died 
1557-8. Will (P.C.C). {Cooper, i. 173.) 

BAUGHE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Michs. 
1582; B.A. from Emmanuel, 1585-6; M.A. from Peterhouse, 
1589. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1589. Ord. deacon and priest 
(Peterb.) Aug. 27, 1587. Probably C. of St Sepulchre, London. 
Admon. (Cons. C. London) Aug. 23, 1614. (J. Ch. Smith.) 

BAWTERSBY, see also BATTERSBY. 

BAWTERSBYE, WILLIAM Matric pens, from CmasT's, 

Michs. 1552; B.A. 1555-6; M.A. 1559. Fellow, 1557-9. 
Ord. deacon (London) June, 1557. (Peile, i. 51.) 

BAWTREE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1587; 
B.A. 1590-1; M.A. 1594. Ord. deacon and priest (Peterb.) 
Sept. 24, 1595. Incorp. at Oxford, 1602. R. of Beckley and 
Willingdon, Sussex, 1597. R. of Little Horsted, 1608. R. of 
Jevingtop, 1622. (Al. Oxon.) 

BAUTRE, ROBERT DE. Scholar at King's Hall tfll Sept 34, 
1370. 

BAWTRY, ROBERT, (1579-80) tu BALTREE. 



Baxter, Marmaduke 

BAWTRY, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Pembroke, May 31, 
1678. S. of Barnabas, of York, baker. Matric 1678; B.A. 
1681-2. 

BAWTRY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 24, 1715. 
S. of Thomas, gent., of Horton, Yorks. Matric 1715; 
Scholar. 

BAX, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 14, 1732. Of Kent. 
S. of Stephen. Matric. 1732; B.A. 1737-8. V. of Wamham, 
Sussex, 1738-46. Admon. (Archd. C. Chichester) Nov. 1748. 
(H. G. Harrison.) 

BAXTER, AUGUSTINE. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 17, 1632, 
as 'Barber.' S. of Lancelot, gent., of Waltham, Essex. 
B. there. School, Waltham. Matric. 1633. Migrated to 
St John's June 19, 1634. B.A. 1636-7; M.A. 1640. 

BAXTER, BENJAMIN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 
1628; B.A. 1631-2. Perhaps curate of Forthampton, 
Gloucs. in 1642. (F. S. Hockaday.) 

BAXTER, DANIEL. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Mar. 16, 1584-5. 
Matric. 1585; Scholar; B.A. 1588-9; M.A. (? 1593); B.D. 
1607. R. of Lamport, Northants., 1602-29. R. of Draughton, 
1606. V. of Marston St Lawrence, 1629-33. Died 1633. 
{Baker, 1. 643.) 

BAXTER, DANIEL. Adm. pens, at Clare, July 7, 1671. Of 
Slipton, Northants. Probably brother of William (1671). 

BAXTER, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 4, 1586-7. 
Matric. 1587. 

BAXTER, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Christ's, June 13, 
1673. S. of Edward. B. at Carlton, Lines. School, Lincoln. 
B.A. 1676-7. Ord. deacon (London) Sept. 24, 1676; priest 
(York) Feb. 1680-1. R. of Dinnington, Yorks., 1681. 
{Peile, II. 49.) 

BAXTER, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, Apr. 26, 1679. 
S. of Richard, gent. B. at Gt Malvern, Worcs. School, 
Hatfield, Yorks. (private). Matric. 1679; B.A. 1682-3; 
M.A. 1686. Ord. priest (York) Dec. 21, 1684. R. of Nor- 
manby. Lines., 1686-1721. V. of Caistor, 1693-1721. 
Master of Caistor School. Father of Richard (1708). 

BAXTER, FRANCIS. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 16) at Caius, 
May, 1621. S. of Francis, Esq. of Rainthorpe, Norfolk. 
B. at Pulham (his mother's home). Schools, Bury and 
Norwich. Matric. 1621. (Kenn, 1. 253; Fm. o/JVor/.) 

BAXTER, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 15) at St John's, Oct. 2, 
1696. S. of George, gent. B. in London. School, Peter- 
borough. Matric. 1697; B.A. 1700-1; M.A. 1704; B.D. 1712; 
D.D. 1720. Fellow, 1707-17 (ejected as non-juror). R. of 
Tilbrooke, Beds., 1715. R. of Slapton, Bucks., i725-37- 
Chaplain to Earl of Carnarvon. Died 1737. (Lipscomb, 
Bucks., III.) 

BAXTER, GEORGE. M.A. from King's, 1748. S. of James, of 
Newtown, Montgom. Matric. (Jesus College, Oxford) 
Mar. 17, 1740-1, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1744-5- (^l- Oxon.) 

BAXTER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, Michs. 
1547 (possibly the same as the next). 

BAXTER, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, Easter, 
1550. Of Yorks. B.A. 1552-3. Fellow of St Catharine's, 
c. 1553. Esquire Bedell, 1556-96. Vintner to the University. 
Died 1596. (Stokes, BedeUs.) 

BAXTER, JOHN. Matric pens, from St John's, Michs. 1552. 
One of Uiese names ord. priest (SuSragan Bishop of Chester) 
June 12, 1556; 'bred in the schools'; was C. of Stockerston, 
Leics., in 1585. (Lift. Cler. Lincoln.) 

BAXTER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Clare, Michs. 1572; B.A. 
1575-6; M.A. 1579. Probably s. of the Esquire Bedell; ap- 
pointed as his deputy in 1584. Will proved (V.C.C.) 1598. 

BAXTER, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Clarx, Easter, 1587; B.A. 
from Trinity, 1588-9. 

BAXTER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Easter, 1602 

BAXTER, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, Jan. 21, 
1723-4. S. of Robert, clerk, of Cheshire. B. at Lymm near 
Knutsford. School, Wrexham. Matric 1724; B.A. 1727-8. 
Ord. deacon (Chester) Aug. 25, 1728; priest, Dec 7, 1729. 
P.C. of Eccles, Lanes., 1747-66. Perhaps s. of Robert (1694). 
{Scott-Mayor, iii. 365.) 

BAXTER, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 20) at Magdalene, Nov. 4, 
1743. S. of John,clerk. B. at Houghton, Lines. Matric. 1744. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 9, 1745, 'B.A.' 

BAXTER, LUKE. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, Aug. 24, 
^583, age 17. Of London. Matric. 1583. Left in 1586. One 
of these names adm. at the Inner Temple, 1586. 

BACSTER, MARMADUKE. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 

1588. 



no 



Baxter, Nathaniel 

BAXTER, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, at Jksus, May 9. 1653. 
Of Cheshire. B. at Astle, Cheliord. School, Manchester. 
Matric. 1653; Scholar, 1655; B.A. 1656; M.A. 1660. V. of 
St Michael-on-Wyre, Lanes., 1660; ejected, 1662. Preacher 
at Sheffield, and elsewhere. Died at Attercliffe, Sept. 1697, 
age c. 65. (Ca/amy, 11. 100; Baines, Lanes., v. 410.) 

BAXTER, RAPHAEL or RALPH. Matric. pens, from Clare, 
Easter, 1631; B.A. 1635-*; M.A. 1639. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
Mar. 10, 1638-9; priest, June 9, 1639. 

BAXTER, RICHARD. B.Can.L. 1471-2. 

BAXTER, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, c. 1597; 
B.A. i6cK>-i; M.A. 1604. 

BAXTER. RICHARD. Matric sizar from Magdalsnb, Easter, 
1610. 

BAXTER, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 
Apr. 19, 1708. S. of Edward (1679), R. of Normanby. B. at 
Normanby, Lines. School, Caistor, Lines. Matric 1708; 
B.A. 171 1-2. Ord. priest (Lincoln) Aug. 16, 1714. Curate 
to his father at Caistor. P.C. of Goltho, Lines. 1712. P.C. of 
N. Willingham, 1716. 

BAXTER, ROBERT. B.A. 1522-3. 

BAXTER, ROBERT. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Aug. 21, 1535, age 19. Of Chilcote, Stafis. B.A. 1539-40. 
Fellow, 1538-40. Med. Lie 1561. Perhaps R. of Gt Bealings, 
Suffolk, r. 1542. 

BAXTER, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Lent, 1557-8. 
One of these names master of Hull Grammar School, 1566-71, 

BAXTER, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Emmanuel, c. 1593. 

BAXTER, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Christ's, July, 1618. 

BAXTER, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Sidney, May 5, 
1632. S. of Thomas, Esq., deceased. B. at North Runcton, 
Norfolk. Schools, Lynn and Bury. Matric. 1632; B.A. 1635-6. 

BAXTER, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 24) at Caius, Feb. 19, 
1694-5- S. of Thomas, gent., of Preston, Cheshire. B. there. 
Schools, Daresbury and Weston, Cheshire. Matric. 1695; 
Scholar, 1695-7- Perhaps P.C. of Lower Peover, Cheshire, 
1719-48. (Venn, 1. 496.) 

BAXTER, ROGER. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Feb. 1579-80: 
B.A. 1583-4; M.A. 1587- 

BAXTER, STEPHEN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Apr. 26, 
1594. Matric. 1594. S. o' Thomas, of Rainthorpe, Norfolk, 
gent. School, Moulton. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 9, 1594. 
Died July 30, 1609. (Fenn, 1.152; Vis. of Norf.) 

BAXTER, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Easter, 1551. 
Probably the 'Thos. Baxter, ord. priest (London) Feb. i, 
1561-2; V. of Thurlby, Lines. R. of Draughton, Northants., 
1596; age 42 (in 1576); unmarried; some little skill in Latin.' 
Perhaps s. of Thomas, of Stanhoe, Norfolk. Buried Oct. 24, 
1606, at Draughton. {Lib. CUr. Line., 1576; Norf, Vis.) 

BAXTER, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, c. 1593. 
Migrated to Oxford. B.A. (Magdalen Hall) 1596-7; M. A. 1600. 
Incorp. at Cambridge, 1618. R. of Glendon, Northants., 1620. 
(Al. Oxon.) 

BAXTER, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1613; 
B.A. 1616-7; M.A. 1620. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Sept. 19, 1619. 
Perhaps V. of Burton Latimer, Northants., 1629. Buried 
there 1653. 

BAXTER, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, Michs. 
1619. Of Norfolk. 

BAXTER. THOMAS. Adm. FelL-Com. (age 17) at Caius, 1619. 

S. of Stephen (1594), gent., of Rainthorpe Hall, Norfolk. 

School, Norwich. Of Rainthorpe, Esq.; succeeded his 

grandfather, Thomas. {Venn, i. 247.) 
BAXTER, THOMAS. Matric. pens from Clark, Easter, 1628; 

B.A. 1631-2; M.A. 1635. R. of Lamport, Northants., 1669- 

78. Died Sept. 3, 1678, aged 67. M.I. 
BAXTER, WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 

1471; B.A. (? 1475); M.A. 1478-9. One of these names preb. 

of Lincoln, 1482; LL.B. 
BAXTER, WILLIAM. Matric pent, from Pembroke, Michs. 

1570. (See the next.) 

BACSTER, W. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 1573, One 
of these names ord. deacon (Peterb.), priest (Ely) E>«;. 1578; 
C. of Bamingham, Suffolk. Perhaps R. of Ickburgh, Norfolk, 
1584-1604. Buried Oct. 9, 1604. 

BAXTER, WILLIABl Matric. sizar from Sr John's, Easter, 1629. 
Adm. sizar at Jesus, Mar. 22, 1630. Of Yorla. Scholar, 1631 ; 
B.A. 1632-3; M.A. 1636. 

BAXTER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 26, 1671. Of 
Slipton, Northants. Matric. 1672-3; B.A. 1675-6. Ord» 
deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 24, 1676; priest, Sept. 23, 1677. C. of 
Lamport, Northants. Died Apr. 18, 1680, aged 36. M.I. 

BAXTER, . B.A. 1497; M.A. 1501. 



Bayley, Henry 

BAYARD, FRANCIS. Adm. pen*. Queens', Apr. 3, 1581. One 
of these names, V.